Dwight Williams has talked to Nebraska a bunch of times and recently the Huskers offered the 2014 linebacker from Gardena (Calif.) Serra.
It's another big one for Williams since Nebraska has such tradition and it's his first Big Ten offer.
The Huskers will definitely be considered, Williams said, but his recruitment is just taking off so no decisions are close.
"They've been up to the school a few times and we've talked a few times," Williams said. "It's been the receiver coach, coach (Rich) Fisher, who's been up there.
"I guess they were waiting on my film because every time they came down they said they were going to keep recruiting me hard. Then I put out my film and I sent it to them through Facebook and the next day he told me to call them.
"That's a great offer to have. That's my first Big Ten offer so that's big."
So far, Williams has landed offers from Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado, Nebraska, Oregon State, UCLA and Washington.
Many other programs are showing interest especially most of the Pac-12 and Williams said teams from across the country have been sending mail.
Georgia and Vanderbilt are two of the newest programs in the mix and the early four-star prospect said he's excited to hear from any school in any major conference.
Williams has made it clear he's open to playing anywhere in the country and so he wants lots of programs involved in his recruitment.
"It's pretty much everybody staying involved," Williams said.
"They contact me through Facebook. It's been a little slow right now but the new coaches contact me and add me as friends. We kind of get in touch and we talk for a while."