Nebraska football facing off against Power programs for in-state TE

The Nebraska football team is going to face off against some very god teams for the commitment of Chase Loftin.
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The Nebraska football team is almost certainly aware that the talent level among high schools in the area is better than it's ever been before. The problem is that other schools around the country are aware of that as well.

One of the most highly-sought after Nebraska high school kids in the country just announced where he's going to be taking some unofficial visits this spring. Based on those visits, it's clear that the Nebraska football team has a real fight on its hands.

Chase Loftin has 21 total offers and in an effort to start whittling down the squads that he's considering, he'll begin traveling to some of his favorite programs next week. Interestingly enough, his first visit will be to an old Big 12 rival.

Loftin is going to take an unofficial visit to see what the Sooners have to offer, being fully aware that they'll be playing the SEC. That trip will take place on March 4.

Things really kick up at the end of March and then into April. Loftin will head to Lincoln to pay a visit to the Nebraska football program on April 24. It's a safe bet that he'll also be in attendance for the spring game a few days later.

Chase Loftin to take in Nebraska football and other power programs

Loftin will take one more unofficial visit before the calendar switches to April as he'll go see what Texas A&M has to say about his playing days at the next level on March 30.

His final visits in this little spurt will be to the Sunshine State. He'll be checking out the Miami Hurricanes on April 9 and then Florida State on April 12.

Chase Loftin, a composite 4-star tight end according to 247Sports, is going to be pursued by the best of the best right up until he signs on the dotted line.

The Nebraska football team has its work cut out for it with the number two player in the state.