Gardena (Calif.) Serra three-star cornerback Anthony Carpenter already had two impressive Pac 10 offers from Oregon State and Washington State on his resume.
But now the 6-foot, 171-pounder has dipped into the Big 12 offer pool.
"Nebraska offered me," Carpenter, who is ranked as the nation's No. 51 cornerback, said. "I just talked to them a couple days ago. I am not sure on taking if I'm taking a visit out there or not. I would like to but I haven't made any plans yet. Nebraska said they like the way I play and cover receivers."
Carpenter recently returned from Oregon State's camp. He said he enjoyed his time up there, but he doesn't have any other plans lined up for camp quite yet. Carpenter said, however, that it's Washington State that has showed him the most attention early on.
"Washington State sends me the most mail," he said. "I also talk to their coaches the most out of all of them. I really like that, and it shows me how serious they are about me."
Carpenter said he's open to most schools at this point, but wouldn't mind staying closer to home.
"Good academics will be the most important thing that factors in my decision," he said. "I am going to school to learn. Location will also be a big key. Being close to home is a good thing. I'd prefer to stay on the West Coast."