Cerritos (Calif.) Junior College offensive linemen Anthony Guerrero is looking for a school that he can come in and contribute right away. He might have just found that place this weekend.
Guerrero got back from his official visit to Nebraska on Saturday evening after arriving in Lincoln on Thanksgiving. And he might be spending more Thanksgivings there in the future because Guerrero said he was literally blown away by his visit.
“It was the best place that I’ve been to,” he said. “I’d give it very high marks. It was a nine or a 10 for sure.”
Guerrero said the highlight on the visit was the famous Husker weight room and training facilities.
“That’s the biggest weight room that I’ve ever been in,” he said. “I couldn’t believe how big that thing was. You just start walking and keep going and going and going.”
Junior Tagoa’I was Guerrero’s host on the visit and he said he got along with him and the rest of the team quite well.
“They’ve struggled on the field this year, but it seemed like they were still a big family,” he said. “I can see myself playing there for sure. I almost committed. I still might.”
Opposing coaches aren’t going to give Guerrero a whole lot of time to sit and think about his visit to Nebraska. Florida – including Gator coach Ron Zook - and Iowa State are scheduled to be there early this week. He’s set to visit Iowa State on December 6 and Florida on December 13 – if he doesn’t make a decision.
“It’s probably Nebraska and then Florida,” he said.