Apopka (Fla.) defensive end Kyle Wilbur has four scholarship offers and two programs currently at the top of his list.
"Nebraska, Central Florida, Southern Mississippi and Ole Miss all have offered," Wilbur said. "Right now, it's between Nebraska and UCF."
The 6-foot-4, 205-pound speed rusher cites the relationships he has built with the Cornhuskers staff during the process so far.
"I like the coaches (at Nebraska) a lot," he said. "They seem excited about me coming out there for a visit."
Randy Jordan is recruiting Wilbur for the Huskers.
"(Jordan) is a cool guy," Wilbur said. "I like him a lot."
Wilbur sees the local Golden Knights, who reached the Conference USA championship game a year ago, as an up and coming program.
"They are striving and working to be the best right now," he said.
There is no leader between the two favorites at the moment.
"It's dead-even right now," Wilbur said, adding that he likely will wait to make his decision until later in the process.
"I have to sit down with my coach and talk about when and where I want to make my official visits," he said.
Wilbur had 55 tackles (seven for loss) and four sacks during the 2005 season.