Kurt Scoby might be one of the top running backs in California's 2014 class and the Santa Fe Springs (Calif.) St. Paul standout already has some impressive offers.
Miami and Oregon State have offered the 5-foot-9, 150-pound prospect and he's thankful for both offers, researching both teams and excited to learn a lot more as his junior season gets started.
"We're just having football practice and I haven't talked to anybody else yet and my coach hasn't talked to anybody new yet," Scoby said. "It's basically those two schools and a little bit from USC and UCLA.
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"I'm more than interested in Miami. I'm more than interested in Oregon State, too. I haven't made any decisions yet. I really like both of those schools a lot. I'm going to wait patiently and see what else could be on the table for me."
Scoby said in recent weeks that he'd love to hear from Alabama and now a new school has emerged that has captured his attention.
The 2014 standout said he hopes to receive more interest from Nebraska and he had high praise for the Huskers' program.
"I'm waiting for an offer from Nebraska," Scoby said.
"I'd really like that offer. I see a family-based institution over there and everything they do is outstanding. They have great offensive linemen and they're big kids so I could run behind them."
In his sophomore season, Scoby rushed for 1,572 yards and 21 touchdowns at Charter Oak.