School: Lincoln (Nebr.) Southwest
Position(s) played last year: Offensive Guard and Defensive End
Stats: 66 tackles and unknown sacks as a defensive end. Graded out in the high 80s as a guard.
Honors: All-State by the Omaha World Herald, Super State by the Lincoln Journal Star, all-city and all-conference
Official Visit Date: January 28
Enjoyed the most on official visit: "I was born in Omaha and lived most of my life in Lincoln. On my official I just wanted to learn a little more about the academics of the school. I also wanted to learn more about what the coaches were thinking about me, position-wise, and red shirting. I also just wanted to get to know the coaches and the players a little better."
"I took a lot of unofficial visits this fall to see games. The coaches and the teams fought back so hard in all of their games. The overall environment, atmosphere and the crowd is great. It was pretty much a goal of mine to play division one and when I got that offer from Nebraska it was pretty much a given. I have always known what Nebraska football is about."
Biggest factor in choosing Nebraska: "I'd probably say the school in general. I just love everything about it. Yeah, the location is convenient too."
What are you looking forward to the most when it comes to getting to Nebraska: "I am just looking forward to meeting all of the team. Getting bigger, faster, stronger and learning what the whole system is all about. Right now I just want to make sure that my speed stays where it is at and doesn't fall off as I put on size."
Funny recruiting story: "No, not that I know of."
Number desired: "I haven't decided that yet. I wore "68" in high school because I played on the offensive line, but that is going to change to something else. I was a number in the 90's, probably."
Message to Husker Nation: "We are going to be bringing the national championship back here in the upcoming years."