Add Nebraska to the list of schools that North Garland (Texas) standout Edorian McCullough is considering.
The Huskers join Texas A&M, Miami, Texas and Oklahoma. All five schools have offered scholarships to McCullough.
Michigan, a team that McCullough had mentioned previously, was not listed among his top five. But that doesn’t necessarily mean the Wolverines are entirely out of the picture either.
McCullough, one of the nation’s top 100 prospect overall, is the No. 6 ranked cornerback in the country by Rivals100.com. However, the 5-foot-10, 180 pound prospect continues to say that he would prefer to play running back in college.
“I just like having the ball in my hands,” McCullough said of his position preference. “I like having the pressure on me. It makes me better.”
McCullough previously mentioned Texas A&M and Miami as co-favorites, but declined to mention a favorite in this interview. He has not made any unofficial visits to college campuses so far this season. He says the Texas-Oklahoma game on Oct. 6 will be his first college game that he will attend this year.
McCullough has scored two touchdowns this season, one rushing and the other on an 85-yard kickoff return against Grand Prairie.