Three star offensive tackle Perry Dorrestein made an official visit to Nebraska over the weekend. It was Dorrestein's first official visit and he came back very impressed.
"It was really good," Dorrestein said of the trip to Nebraska. "I enjoyed myself. They treated me real well.
"I liked the campus and the people I met there. I liked the game atmosphere. The coaches said their talent level is not what it needs to be. They need to recruit some guys to build it back up to the national championship level."
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But Dorrestein is not ready to make a commitment to the Cornhuskers.
"I'll probably visit Michigan. Michigan and Nebraska are pretty much my top two. Those two are pretty much even."
And that may bode well for the Wolverines considering Dorrestein has not yet made his official visit to Michigan.
A few other schools may have a chance to challenge Dorrestein's top two.
"I'm still looking at Northwestern, Iowa State, Purdue, and possibly Illinois," Dorrestein said.
The 6-foot-6 and 285-pound Dorrestein, the No. 16 prospect in the state of Illinois in the Rivals.com player rankings, said all the schools he mentioned except for Purdue and Northwestern have offered a scholarship.