Demorea Stringfellow is the top-rated wide receiver in California so his recruitment is busy and closely watched.
So it's important that the Washington commit is heading to Nebraska next weekend for its big matchup against Michigan.
The Moreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho Verde standout has developed a good relationship with Nebraska wide receivers coach Rich Fisher and even though he's pledged to Washington, Stringfellow said he's excited about his Big Ten trip.
He's only heard good things about the Huskers.
"I just want to go because everybody tells me it's a big college town," Stringfellow said. "I want to get out there to see how they get down.
"They've been recruiting me pretty hard. I talk to coach Fisher all the time. He came to my school a couple weeks ago. We had a little pep rally and he was watching that and he stayed and talked to our coach. I really want to go out and check it out."
The visits probably won't end there.
Stringfellow, a 6-foot-2, 205-pound four-star prospect, said he's trying to schedule something with Ohio State and other trips are also a possibility.
Notre Dame, Arizona State, Ole Miss and Cal have been discussed by Stringfellow in recent months.
"I'll probably look at some other visits," Stringfellow said. "I just need to talk with the coaches."
Rated as the fifth-best wide receiver and No. 52 in the 2013 class by Rivals.com, Stringfellow said he's planning to take his official visit to Washington after his senior season.