Nebraska stopped by offensive tackle Alaric Jackson's home on Sunday

Nebraska was in offensive tackle Alaric Jackson's home on Sunday.

 high school (Mich.) offensive tackle Alaric Jackson isn't one to talk with the media often, but it hasn't bothered a handful of schools chasing down the senior weeks before National Signing Day. The list includes Nebraska, who was stopped by Jackson's home on Sunday to check in with the recruit.

Jackson is a three-star prospect and the nation's No. 33 offensive tackle. He plays a position where Nebraska is in dire need when it comes to the 2016 class. The Huskers are also waiting on offensive tackle Matt Farniok, from Washington high school in South Dakota. 

According to a report by and Big Red Report sources, Jackson will visit Nebraska the last week of January. 

Jackson has said he's looking for a school with a family atmosphere and has plans to be on campus for all four years. 

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