Rivals100 cornerback A.J. Wallace took his third and perhaps last official visit last weekend to Lincoln, Nebraska to check out the Cornhuskers. What did the 6-foot-1, 195-pounder with 4.4-second speed think of Nebraska and how did he rate his visit?
"I got a real good impression from the trip and I liked it there a lot," he said. "I think they have a nice upcoming program with a lot of young players and they're going to be a good team.
"I got up there on Saturday morning and talked to some of the players including my host and former teammate David Harvey. I got to see David's dorm and watch some games on TV. I also went to the Nebraska game.
"On Sunday, I met with the academic staff and coach Callahan. It was good to see him again and I got my questions answered. He told me that they are looking to put in some plays on offense so that I can get my hands on the ball and also on kick returns too because I have that big play potential they are looking for. I'm open for it and like that as an option. On Sunday night I hung out with David some more he told me that the players are really close and Nebraska is basically a home away from home which was good to hear."
What was the four-star prospect's impression of the Cornhuskers 31-24 loss to rival Oklahoma?
"It was a good game even though they lost because they did fight back," he said. "I was very impressed with the defense and how the cornerbacks played. It was fun to watch the corners play really hard. I also loved the fans there, they were crazy and have a lot of pride in their players."
Overall Wallace gave the visit to Lincoln a perfect 10.
"It was great with the fans as they cheered as soon as I walked into the stadium," he said. "Right now, I'd say they are one of my top schools and easily in my top five."