Huskers extend offer to Williams

While Nebraska is looking for base ends and tight ends, they might have found someone that is capable at doing both. The Huskers extended a new offer to one of the top, two-way lineman in the Midlands region this weekend. The Husker offer makes it about a dozen offers for this fast-rising, DE/TE from Oklahoma.

The latest offer from Nebraska goes to K.J. Williams of Norman (Okla.) North. The 6-foot-5 and 235-pound defensive end/tight end text messaged earlier today about the offer.

"I just got an offer from Nebraska," Williams text read to Greg Powers of Williams wasn't able to comment much on the offer because he was heading to camp at Oklahoma State.

Greg Powers of was able to catch up briefly with Williams about the offer and said that Williams isn't real familiar with Nebraska, but that the offer was exciting.

The latest offer from the Big Red go with previously received offers from Kansas State, Missouri, Texas A&M, Texas Tech and Tulsa. As a junior, Williams racked up 66 tackles and four sacks.

Williams has the size that people are looking for in a collegiate base end. While he does have the ability to play tight end as well, it seems that his college days will more than likely be on the defensive side of the football.

Norman North High Head Coach Lance Manning said previously, "K.J. is just a great athlete. He is very versatile and moves tremendously well for a player his size. I think ultimately defensive end will be his ticket on the next level."

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Big Red Report will catch up with Williams after his camp at Oklahoma State to bring you his thoughts on the Nebraska offer. Stay tuned to Big Red Report for the latest in Nebraska recruiting!

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