Highly-rated recruit David Sanders Jr. plans to visit Nebraska for an official visit.

Five-star offensive tackle David Sanders Jr. has been making the most of his weekends before the dead period hits by taking visits to top college football programs. Last weekend, Sanders visited Ohio State unofficially, and this weekend he is set to take an official visit to Nebraska.

Despite not publicly acknowledging his interest in Nebraska, it has been reported that quarterback Dylan Raiola has been actively recruiting Sanders to join the Cornhuskers. Raiola, a former five-star recruit himself, is eager to have Sanders as his protector on the offensive line.

Nebraska is facing strong competition for Sanders, as he has already visited South Carolina and has official visits lined up with Clemson, Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, and another visit to Ohio State. While Sanders has visited his other top schools multiple times, this weekend marks his first trip to Lincoln to see what Nebraska has to offer.

The Cornhuskers are hoping to impress Sanders and show him why he should choose to play for their program. With a strong football tradition and a dedicated fan base, Nebraska is making a push to lure the talented offensive tackle to their school.

Sanders’ decision will likely have a significant impact on the recruiting landscape, as he is one of the top prospects in the nation. College football fans will be eagerly awaiting his decision to see where he ultimately chooses to play at the next level.

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