WR Grant Page thinks he would be a good match for Nebraska, will soon choose

Border state recruitment remains a high priority for the Nebraska coaches, and they brought Grant Page on an official visit to Colorado this weekend, the candidate for the recipient.

“It’s been a great, great visit,” Page told HuskerOnline.com. “My mother and sister came with me and we flew to Lincoln. We got here on Friday afternoon and then we went to some meetings and so on. That was good. Overall, it was just a good visit. I saw a lot of great things there.

“The technology there was definitely a highlight for me. Also, the new facilities they are building and the coaching team. Coach (Matt) Lubick was pretty much the most important one I’ve been with, and then there was a lot of different coaches I sat with at lunch and dinner. “

Page added that the food the recruits ate all weekend was “great”.

He met with the academic and training staff, got a detailed look at the modernization of the facilities and spent a lot of time with the NU coaching staff.

Page, which has a total of 11 scholarship offers, was told by Husker staff that they would only add one or two more recipients this cycle to reinforce the verbal engagement of Victor Jones from Florida.

“Coach Lubick and I watched a movie and can definitely see myself on their offensive,” said Page. “They said they mostly like me for the outside receiver. You know, just a big outside receiver who can get those long balls and all that stuff.

“Yes sir, that’s what I do. I run good routes, catch the ball and get in the field. I was measured at 6-2 & 1/2, 190.” [pounds]. They said they have two or three receivers in this class and they already have one. “

His player-hosts for the weekend were Heinrich Haarberg and Alante Brown.

“They just showed me where they live and what they do and what they do when they hang out,” Page said. “There is a great atmosphere in the team, a great atmosphere. They all like each other, it seems. They were all joking and taking care of each other.”

This official visit to Lincoln was his second that month, following his previous official visit to the state of Kansas. Page said his decision will likely be the Cornhuskers or the Wildcats.

“I was in K-State last weekend,” said Page. “I liked the facilities and the people there. The people there were just great people and caring. Right now, I’m pretty much just looking at K-State and Nebraska.

“You know, I’m going to go home and talk to my family and maybe make my decision in the next week or so. Oh yes, yes sir, I could commit myself in the next week or so. “

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