Humble, Texas receiver holding a Nebraska offer

It's well known that Nebraska is trying to establish a presence in the states that produce big-time football talent. The offers to Texas recruits grows by one with another offer to a big-time receiver.

There is no secret that Nebraska is looking for some receivers this year. Brodrick Hunter fits the bill. He is 6-foot-1 and 190 pounds and runs a 4.5/40. His production on the field and his measurable have led him to receiving six very respectable offers.

"I'm up to six offers. I have offers from Nebraska, Arizona, Texas A&M, Wisconsin, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. Oklahoma was the most recent to offer me," Hunter said.

The most recent offer to his Hunter's footsteps was the offer from Oklahoma. Besides looking at his offers as favorites he is also considering LSU and Texas Tech.

"I think that I will take officials to LSU and Texas Tech. I will also go to Nebraska and Oklahoma. LSU is talking like they will offer me."

Last season Hunter had 49 receptions for over 600 yards receiving and nine touchdowns. This year he was hoping to add a little speed and hoping to improve on his catches in traffic.

"The summer has been going good. We start practice tomorrow. I've also been lifting and running. Trying to get faster and stronger. I went to the Nike camp at Texas A&M and it was rained out. I was able to run my 40 and my shuttle. I ran a 4.6/40."

Nebraska has made a point of trying to bring in receivers this recruiting year. Additionally, they are trying to bring in receivers that come from passing oriented attacks in high school. Hunter fills the bill. His high school runs a 4-wide set offense.

Coach Norvell was down to see Hunter during the evaluation period and has spoke to Brodrick one time on the phone. "Nebraska is one of the schools that I will go to see," Hunter said.

"Especially since they are going to open up the offense. They told me that they are trying to pull in receivers to run their passing offense."

Hunters claims a top four right now of LSU, Texas Tech, Nebraska and Oklahoma. He is planning on taking some officials during the season and after the season ends.

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