Dallas (Texas) Bishop Dunne class of 2019 athlete Marequez Beason already has 10+ offers, despite being close to 23 months away from signing a National Letter of Intent. In April, Beason will visit Nebraska - who landed Bishop Dunne nose tackle Damion Daniels in the 2017 class.
"They have a great culture there and the fans," said Beason, when asked about the reason to visit Lincoln. "Daniels really talks it up."
At this point no schools are standing out for the sophomore. Beyond Nebraska, school like LSU, Colorado, Notre Dame, Oklahoma and Ole Miss have jumped on board.
According to Maxpreps.com, Beason had over 1,000 all-purpose yards in 2016, finding the end zone 12 times.
We will catch up with Beason after his trip to Lincoln.