Omaha (Neb.) Creighton Prep defensive end Zach Potter continues to look at just four schools while his season continues.
“There is not too much going on right now,” the 6-foot-7, 258-pound Potter said. “I’m just taking all of the recruiting in stride while my season goes on. We are 2-0. We just beat Millard North. They are the team that beat us in the state championship game last year.”
On the season, the four-star rated Potter has seven catches for 150 yards and two touchdowns from his tight end position. On defense, he has only one statistic that stands out to him.
“I don’t know the tackles and sacks, but I do have one interception. I dropped back a little on a screen pass and the quarterback threw it right to me. You don’t forget those kind of things.”
Potter’s list remains at four schools and he hopes to have seen all four before long in person. He took in the season opener at Nebraska when the Huskers played Western Illinois. Last weekend he went to Notre Dame to watch the Irish play Michigan.
“Next week, I’m going to go to Kansas when they play Texas Tech. I also am trying to set up an unofficial trip to see Kansas State before long.”
Of the four schools, Potter does not list one school that stands out above the others.
“I don’t have a real favorite. I have offers from Nebraska, Kansas and Kansas State, but I am not commenting on whether Notre Dame has offered or not. My dad and I are keeping that between us.”
The nation’s No. 6 rated defensive end has not lined up any official visits at this point.