Did Nebraska offer?

Time is running short and the Nebraska staff is doing their best to get out and see players in all corners of the country. The Nebraska staff was in New Jersey yesterday to see this linebacker who was hoping for a Nebraska offer. Did the Huskers offer?

The Nebraska staff is on the road and trying to see as many prospects as they can before the evaluation period ends. The Huskers were up in New Jersey yesterday to see a linebacker.

Quintin Alston is a 6-foot-1 and 215-pound middle linebacker from Erial (N.J.) Timber Creek Regional. Alston was expecting to see the Nebraska at some point yesterday.

"Coach Mike Ekeler came by to see me yesterday morning," Alston said. "He came by and watched my gym period the other day. It was a short, brief thing then he was gone."

Alston didn't hear any news about a Nebraska offer mostly because he wasn't sure if the Nebraska coach was able to talk to his coach or not. One thing is for sure, Alston is going to ask about it.

"I don't know if he was able to talk to my coach or not the other morning. I am not sure if they did and if they did if Nebraska said they were going to offer.

"My coach hasn't told me anything about Nebraska offering. I am just going to stay in contact with Nebraska, keep getting on their nerves, until they tell me what's going on."

It's clear that since Alston is going to pursue Nebraska and their thoughts on him and an offer that he likes the Huskers. Alston says that the Nebraska offer would be a big one to receive.

"That would be a big offer for me. That is a very good defense that they have at Nebraska. It would be a very big offer for me to get from Nebraska."

Alston finished his junior season with 80 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, four sacks and defended two passes. He was named first-team All-Conference and first-team All-Group III.

Alston is already holding 22 offers. Some of the notable offers for Alston are Stanford, Pittsburgh, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, West Virginia and Purdue to name a few.


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