"We haven't gotten all of our honors yet," Omigie said. "If they have been released, I don't know what I got. I think that I had a pretty good season.
"I had 55 catches for 937 yards and nine touchdowns. I was all-district for 4-5A, unanimous pick, but I haven't heard anything about state or area honors."
The decision was supposed to come following a busy time for Omigie. In the four weeks leading up to this break for the Holidays, Omigie had been on four official visits and Colorado State before that in October.
With five trips under his belt, Omigie was anticipating some opportunities to be able to think about recruiting during the break and even come up with a decision. There isn't a decision yet and he doesn't know when there will be one.
"I don't know exactly when I will have it; I don't really have a set date. Hopefully, I will have my mind made up either before the New Year or right at the start of January.
"It might take a couple of weeks into January. I really don't know. I might do it right after we go back to school next week if I have my mind made up."
The Huskers have their eyes set on Omigie as they will be trying to replace departing seniors Nathan Swift and Todd Peterson, the two leading receivers for Nebraska, who between the two of them had 118 receptions, 1,599 yards and 12 touchdowns.