And so the process begins again...

The state of Nebraska has always been known for its playmakers andlineman. One lineman who will surely be one of the most heavily recruited next season hails from Ralston, NE.

6'5 290 Mike Huff has already began to receive strong interest, and HeartlandRecruiting caught up with Head Coach Tyler Zahn.
The success of lineman hailing from the state of Nebraska is well documented. Many programs around the Midwest in search for lineman will make one of their first stops in the state of Nebraska, which is always well known for the option attack.

Ralston, Nebraska figures to be one town where a series of college coaches will make that stop. The reason being is in 6'5 290 OL Mike Huff, who earned 2nd Team Super State and 1st Team Class B All State honors this past season.

"Mike has been receiving a lot of interest from Nebraska, Iowa, and Iowa State," Coach Zahn remarked."Northwestern just sent a questionnaire to our school today."
So does the Nebraska native have an allegiance to his home state Huskers?
"He has attended all their camps in the past, but I wouldn't say there is any allegiance. Mike will keep his options open, and make the best decision for himself."
Mike, who carries a 3.0 GPA, also participates in basketball and track at Ralston High. It does not stop there, though, with honors even being racked up in the weight room.
"Mike is very strong. He has excellent strength, and it shows in the weight room. His bench, squat, and clean maxes totaled over 1,075 pounds."
So what else does Mike bring to the field as a lineman?
"Mike has very good feet for a big man. He has the ability to pull and get out in the open field. I'd say he is worthy of some offers, and will probably be recruited as an offensive lineman."

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