The Nebraska football team has taken a couple of looks at Quinn Clark but over the weekend, the Huskers finally made an official offer.
Apparently, one of the surest signs of aging when it comes to being a Nebraska football fan, is seeing one son of a former player after another get offered a chance to play for this version of the Huskers. Dylan Raiola was just the tip of the iceberg.
The Nebraska football team added the commit of a legacy recruit over the weekend in the form of Kamdyn Koch. He’s the son of famed Husker punter Sam Koch. And now, there’s yet another legacy recruit that the Cornhuskers are looking to snatch up, in Quinn Clark.
Clark was in Lincoln for the Nebraska football camp that has seen several other players leave with an offer. The son of former Husker running back Ken Clark not only was one of the latest to get an offer from Matt Rhule and company, but he’s the latest to have NU’s offer be the first Power 5 school to come calling.
One of the more interesting tidbits of how this offer came about is that the 6-foot-6 prospect has been looked at as a prospect in a variety of positions. Some believe his best college position is at tight end. Others believe he’s best suited to be a linebacker.
However, according to Brian Munson of 247Sports, it was the way Clark carried himself as a wide receiver, that might have been the clincher. In fact, it turns out that his first one-on-one rep he did in the camp was enough to sell the Husker coaches that he needed to be playing his college ball in Lincoln.
Nebraska football going after another legacy recruit
Quinn Clark has made it clear that he’s quite interested in becoming a member of the Nebraska football team. Officially the number one player in the state of Montana, the Huskers are now plenty interested in him as well.
Up until this weekend, he’d received offers only from Montana and Montana State. But it seems likely that other teams are going to be coming soon.