Five prospects who could commit to Nebraska in the next two months

Nebraska is currently at eight commitments and has a chance to add to that total over the next two months. We look at five legit prospects who could commit. The brother of Nebraska freshman linebacker Avery Roberts, Grham visited Lincoln the Red-White game and said a decision would be coming soon. First, he wanted to visit Rutgers this last weekend. No word yet on how that trip went, but the two are the finalists for the running back. He’s actually not had the Rutgers offer very long, only picking it up in at the beginning of March. Once saying he was likely going to commit close to National Signing Day, Goodrich has been one Nebraska fans have been waiting on for the last few weeks. He visited the Red-White game and judging by social media posts, he had an amazing time. We expect it to happen soon. Goodrich has 10+ offers. A former Penn State commit, the junior decommitted from the Nittany Lions after visiting the Red-White game. Bleich is focused on Rutgers, Mississippi State, Pittsburgh and Nebraska and will be making a decision in June. He’s already visited MSU. His recruitment and where he will visit in the next month should be pretty telling. A teammate of Nebraska commit Bookie Radley-Hiles, the wide receiver visited LSU’s spring game over the weekend. He recently announced a top seven, which included Nebraska shortly after his Red-White game visit. He will be making a commitment on June 18, and said he could be making a return trip to LSU – not exactly great news for Nebraska. He has a very strong relationship with wide receivers coach Keith Williams. A verbal to Texas A&M, Moore tweeted over the weekend he would be playing at the same school as his twin brother, Joshua. His bro is still considering the Aggies, along with six others. Jordan recently told's Billy Embody he would be completely shutting down his recruitment in May - giving schools a small window to try to flip him. He's already visited TCU, Texas and LSU. While he hasn't visited Nebraska, his brother Joshua has. 

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