The Nebraska Football team has hit the ground running when it comes to trying to build up its 2018 class. The school has been working hard in order to shore up a 2017 class which was among the best the school has had in the last few years, and it appears offense is still a very big point of focus for Mike Riley and company. Along those lines, the Huskers are among the latest schools to offer a broad receiver out of Scherz, Texas who is quickly garnering the attention of some of the best programs in the country.

Huskers not Huskies

Tommy Bush announced on Twitter that he had received an offer from Nebraska, though it appears to autocorrect messed with the announcement a bit.

While the wide receiver threw up a picture showing the Nebraska football logo, he didn't manage to double check and make sure you had the right mascot. It's a safe bet that Cornhusker fans will make sure this three-star recruit who has a right frame and impressive speed will be informed of all things Nebraska over the course of the next few months. This particular player doesn't appear to be one that is going to be announcing his school choice anytime soon, as he continues to see new schools jumping into the fray. The Huskers were the latest school to offer him for about an hour, and then yet another Big Ten team began courting Bush.

The main competition

Among the schools that the Nebraska football team is competing against are a couple of schools from in conference.

Michigan State and Minnesota have both offered the receiver, with the Golden Gophers being the latest team to contact him. The interest in Bush is far from centered in the Midwest as schools as far flung as Florida State, and Washington state has also offered the 43rd ranked player in the state of Texas.

It should come as no surprise that plenty of the Lone State State schools are also going after the pass catcher. SMU, TCU, and Baylor have all extended an offer as well as North Texas and Texas State. Last season, Bush started coming into his own as a receiver, hauling in 25 passes for 395 yards and five touchdowns.

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