The Nebraska Football team does not yet have a ton of commitments to its 2018 class. Now it appears at least one of those commitments is going to be looking at other schools. While the wide receiver from California has not said anything about decomitting, it's got to be a bit of a nail-biting situation for the Husker coaching staff anytime someone who has said they will play for the school, is suddenly looking elsewhere. There are a number of big schools that could get in the way of the Cornhuskers landing one of the best wide receivers in the class.

With better recruiting comes bigger stress

The Nebraska football team served notice it wants to be considered among the big boys when it comes to recruiting in the 2017 class. While the Huskers finished just inside the top 25 as far as class rankings, the school brought in some much ballyhooed recruits and won a couple of signing day battles. Now that other schools expect to go head to head with NU, they will see them coming.

That means we're going to be seeing even more head to head battles with big schools for guys that are giving the Nebraska football team some long looks. Eric Fuller is far from the only guy who is going to commit to the Huskers who will be big time hunted by other big time schools.

NU is just going to have to figure out what its "finishing pitch" might be.

The competition

When it comes to Eric Fuller, Nebraska football is going to be facing off against some of the best of the best. Fuller recently told that the schools that are making the most noise for him are USC, Oklahoma and UCLA. He also told the publication that he expects to be taking all five of his official visits this fall.

Both Scout and 247 Sports have Fuller ranked among the best players and best receivers in this class.

One thing that should spell trouble for Husker fans is the fact that 247 Sports' crystal ball predictor believes he will be flipping to USC at some point. Whether that's because Fuller truly is leaning toward the Trojans or simply because he has opened his recruitment up and is from California will be seen later this year.