A week after visiting Texas Tech, Round Rock high school (Tex.) defensive lineman James Lynch will visit Nebraska’s Red-White spring game. Lynch is the son of former Husker Tim Lynch, who played for one season in Lincoln before getting hurt.
“My dad was born there and my whole family likes Nebraska, so I was born into Nebraska football,” Lynch said. “I’ve been a fan since I was born. The home crowd sell out record is insane and the facilities they have are ridiculous. Nebraska has a ton of tradition in the football program.”
Lynch currently doesn’t have an offer, but that could change in the very near future. The 2017 prospect was the MVP at Nike’s The Opening regional camp in Dallas back in March.
“I have been to a couple games in Lincoln, but being on the sidelines will be different,” said Lynch. “Looking out into the crowd and hearing the noise level on the field will be different.”
Besides Nebraska, Lynch is also hearing from many Texas schools, Duke and Nevada.
“Winning the DL MVP was awesome, I was just proud of myself that I showed what I could do knowing I was on a big stage against very impressive players,” Lynch told RaiderPower.com, part of the Scout.com network.
Big Red Report will catch up with Lynch next week after his trip to Lincoln.