Three-star Tallahassee (Fla.) Lincoln offensive lineman Danny Muy says his recruitment is currently in a holding pattern of sorts.
“The main thing I’m waiting on right now is for Nebraska to name a coach,” he said. “I called coach Cotton, their offensive line coach, last week for an update on the situation, and he said they were all hoping to know something by the end of this week.
“I heard they interviewed coach Pelini and coach Callahan today, and that Turner Gill will be interviewed tomorrow. At this point, I’m hoping coach Pelini gets it, and if not him, coach Gill. And I really want to see them keep coach Cotton as the offensive line coach no matter what.
“So that’s really where I am right now. They’re my top choice. I’m just waiting to see how it all pans out.”
Muy (6-4, 270, 5.1) had previously listed Alabama and Nebraska as co-leaders, but said the Crimson Tide are no longer making a strong push.
“The way I understand it, they pretty much filled up on the offensive line,” he said. “I wasn’t ready to commit when they wanted me to, so I don’t think I’ll be looking there anymore.
“I’m still going to visit UConn on the 23rd and Florida State on the 30th, but Nebraska is my favorite.”
The Seminoles have yet to make an offer, but keep in regular contact with Muy.
He had an official visit scheduled for Clemson this weekend, but says he's no longer interested in the Tigers and will not take that trip.
Muy is rated the No. 9 center in the nation by Rivals.com.