Scottsdale (Ariz.) Notre Dame quarterback Sean Renfree recently set up an official visit to Nebraska for the week of (Jan. 11). The Elite 11 signal caller just set up his last two visits and should be able to make a decision shortly before Signing Day.
Renfree, 6-3, 205 pounds was an early commitment to Georgia Tech but backed off following the firing of former coach Chan Gailey. The signal caller then opened up his recruitment and is basically down to five schools right now.
"The five I'm looking at are Arizona State, Oregon State, Nebraska, Boise State and Duke," Renfree said. "I have a visit with Nebraska set for (Jan. 11), Boise State is (Jan. 18) and Duke is (Jan. 25).
"I wanted to take all five of my trips but I'm just going to take four (already visited Ga Tech). It didn't make sense to me to visit anywhere this coming weekend since there is barely going to be any coaches on campus.
"I don't think I need to visit ASU or Oregon State because I've already been to both before. I've been to ASU a ton of times and it's so close to home and I've visited Oregon State unofficially twice already.
"I'm not leaning anywhere right now and I just want to go in to these trips with an open mind and find the best fit for me. It's exciting to go through the process and I'm confident things are going to work out well for me in the end."