Three-star power forward Jeriah Horne is beginning to wind down the recruiting process. The KC Run GMC product visited Nebraska over the weekend and should be zeroing in on a decision in the near future.
"It went really well," said Horne. "I enjoyed my time in Lincoln."
The Missouri product is currently a three-star prospect on Scout.com and has offers from schools like Clemson, Kansas State, DePaul, Iowa State, Wichita State, Minnesota and Memphis.
"Horne is an undersized power forward who nevertheless succeeds on the basis of a high skill level, good bulk and the ability to face the basket," said Scout.com national recruiting analyst Brian Snow. "He also possesses good hands and a strong understanding of the game, plus he's an outstanding passer."
Currently Nebraska only has one other player committed in the 2016 recruiting class.
"Coach Miles sees me as a 3 or 4 in his system," said Horne. "I would be able to play great with Isaiah Roby (four-star commit) because we complement each other...I feel like I had a chemistry with everyone on the team. That is what makes it hard. I feel like that with every team recruiting me."
Horne talked about what will go into his decision.
"My main focal points when evaluating these schools include: chemistry with the coaches and players, academic support and ability to contribute early," said Horne.
The 6-foot-7 foward has a power five consisting of Kansas State, Nebraska, DePaul, Wichita State and Pepperdine.