Nebraska recruiting is going to have to ramp up a bit when it comes to offensive lineman Turner Corcoran.
Since Nebraska recruiting has zeroed in on Turner Corcoran, they have been among his favorites. Late in June, the offensive line target made it clear that the Nebraska football team was one of the finalists for his commitment.
This is despite the fact that Corcoran has quite a bit of time before he has to pick a team. The Kansas prospect is a member of the 2020 class and a prominent member of that class.
According to 247Sports, Corcoran is listed as the top player in Kansas for the class. He’s also the ninth-ranked offensive lineman in the entire class. At the moment he’s the 94th best player overall.
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The four-star prospect narrowed down the teams he was supposedly looking at in June, naming the Huskers to his final seven. Now, with two new SEC offers, one has to wonder if that list has changed.
Over the last week, both Auburn and Georgia have given Turner Corcoran scholarship offers. The boosts his total offer list to 16 teams and certainly gives that list just a little more oomph.
This is always the problem when you’re talking about a player that cannot sign on the dotted line for another year. When he narrows a list down so early, is it really a situation where we can expect him to honor that list?
Should he even be expected to honor that list? Corcoran’s list already had quite a few top-notch schools on it.
Ohio State likely doesn’t need to worry about getting bumped. Does Kansas? You’d have to think so.
When it comes to Nebraska recruiting, it seems as if an unofficial visit, followed by being included in his leaders means the Huskers are relatively safe. The new Nebraska football staff is just going to have to keep showing the love to Turner Corcoran.