Demorea Stringfellow had an idea about Nebraska football and then this weekend the four-star receiver from Moreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho Verde got the full treatment during his official visit.
California's top-rated receiver liked what he saw and said he's going to take an even closer look at the Huskers. That's especially important because Stringfellow has been committed to Washington since late June.
There has been no hint of a switch or anything that drastic but Stringfellow said he was impressed by the trip.
"It was great," Stringfellow said. "The fan base was crazy, the coaching staff was amazing and they showed me a really good time."
The 6-foot-2, 205-pound recruit said he knew Lincoln was serious about its football but Stringfellow got to experience it in person this weekend and it made an impression.
"It's the whole state," Stringfellow said. "It's crazy. It's the only big-time program in Nebraska and they're all big Nebraska fans so it was crazy.
"They didn't really push me (to commit) but they let me know how it would be if I did commit, the position I'd be playing, how they'd use me, what I'd be doing.
"I got set up with the dean of education and they talked about graduation and the classes I'd take if I went there. I still might take a harder look at them."
Rated as the fifth-best wide receiver and the No. 52 prospect in the 2013 class by Rivals.com, Stringfellow is not done taking visits yet.
The fifth-best prospect in the California state rankings said he wants to visit Ohio State next and then is planning an official visit to Washington after his senior season.
Stringfellow still has two other official trips available but said he's unsure where he wants to visit.