So far, Nebraska football recruiting has largely ignored Omaha Westside’s Teddy Rezac. Is it too late to get a foot in the door?
It seems that of late, the Nebraska football team is taking a “no stone unturned” approach to recruiting. That’s why it’s more than a little weird that Matt Rhule and company haven’t come calling for Teddy Rezac yet.
Rezac is technically a 3-star athlete out of Omaha Westside who On3 has rated as the number seven prospect in the state of Nebraska for the 2024 class. He also happens to be someone who is getting quite a lot of attention from other Power 5 schools in the last few weeks.
While Nebraska football recruiting efforts haven’t yet led to an official scholarship offer from the Huskers, he did recently receive offers from Notre Dame and Missouri. He’s added those to offers from Air Force, Army, Coastal Carolina, Colorado State, Dartmouth, Fordham, Navy, North Dakota State, South Dakota State and Northern Iowa.
It’s clear that most of the schools that have come calling for Teddy Rezac are lower tier FBS and FCS programs. But MIssouri and Notre Dame show that Power 5 programs are starting to notice him.
It feels like that means that Nebraska football recruiting will zero in at any minute. The big question is why is it taking so long?
Nebraska football recruiting dragging its heels
The Huskers have so far not reached out with an official offer but it seems almost certain that will change in the next few weeks, if not days. The question is whether or not it will be too little, too late.
The Fighting Irish, getting their feet in the door this early has them as a very obvious favorite to land Teddy Rezac. There is a question now as to whether the Nebraska football team could close the gap even if they tried. It would be nice to see them try though.