FL Prep Joshua Palmer Gets Offered By Nebraska

Nebraska has identified a new wide receiver out in Florida.

Fort Lauderdale (FL) St. Thomas Aquinas high school wide receiver Joshua Palmer has hit the double-digit mark when it comes to offers. Nebraska was one of his most recent on Thursday. 


The taller wide receiver already has schools like Michigan, Maryland, Oregon State and Syracuse in the mix. 

"Palmer, a Canadian native and lanky pass catcher out of the 2017 class, is a smooth athlete that can really track the ball through the air and get vertical in a hurry," said Scout.com Florida recruiting analyst Corey Bender. "He's not the fastest receiver in the Sunshine State, but picks up ground in a hurry and provides a large catch radius at nearly 6-foot-3, 185 pounds. Palmer is well-reserved and fairly quiet away from the field, but really let's his play speak for itself. He has an intriguing frame that should really fill out nicely as well. You'll be hearing Palmer's name quite a bit in 2016."

Check out clips of Palmer at the Opening in Miami in the video above. 


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