Nebraska four-star defensive tackle prospect Martin Andrus narrowed his list to ten on Sunday evening and the Huskers made the cut.
The Los Angeles senior high school (Cali.) prospect said Arizona, LSU, Michigan, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oregon, Stanford, UCLA, USC and Washington State were his final ten schools.
Andrus, who has plans to visit Nebraska for the Oregon according to Scout.com national recruiting analyst Greg Biggins, hasn't been shy with how hard the Huskers are recruiting him.
"I also talk to Coach Parella at Nebraska on a daily basis," said Andrus in April. "They're recruiting California really hard this year and started the #CaliBraska movement...I definitely want to get out there and check out the place at some point."
According to Maxpreps.com, Andrus recorded 16 sacks and 125 tackles last season in 13 games. He also had 23 tackles for loss.
Scout.com projects Andrus could eventually gain enough weight to play a true nose guard at the next level. If so, the 2017 prospect would likely compliment existing Nebraska defensive tackle Deontre Thomas from Oklahoma very well.