Nebraska football recruiting could have a big month ahead of it in the very short term future if Caleb Pyfrom sticks to his plans.
There was a time when Nebraska football recruiting had beaten every other team to the doorstep of Caleb Pyfrom. It’s clear those efforts have helped them stay in the running for the Omaha Central offensive lineman.
However, since the Huskers became the first team to offer him, many other schools have joined in the pursuit. Now it looks as though the 2024 monster offensive lineman is nearing the end of his recruiting journey.
The prospect recently talked to On3 about what he planning and it appears June is going to be a big one for Nebraska football recruiting and any other program hoping to earn Pyfrom’s commitment.
Caleb is looking at scheduling his official visits, and while he’s already taken three unofficial to see the Huskers, he wants to spend one of his official ones on Matt Rhule and company as well. The Huskers have some stout competition when it comes to those other visits.
Nebraska football recruiting has its work cut out for it
“For now,” Pyrfrom told On3. “I think it’s going to be Penn State, Nebraska, Illinois, Missouri, and Iowa.”
That so many of the Huskers’ competition is coming from conference rivals will likely make some uneasy. But at least it appears those who might be worried about that sort of thing won’t have to worry long.
The Omaha Central standout is hoping to finish his visits in June. It would seem a decision on where will play football won’t come long after.
While Nebraska football recruiting likely has the lead in this race, it’s not a done deal. He likes the Huskers clearly but he’s obviously quite interested in what the other programs have to offer. Even if Pyfrom does take one more unofficial sometime this summer as he’s hinted, it seems like June will have a massive impact on the Huskers success.