The Nebraska football team just keeps getting the attention of some of the best wide receivers in the 2018 class. The Huskers are going to be getting an official visit from another four-star wide receiver out of California according to the player's official Twitter page. Isaah Crocker announced on Thursday night he had locked in two official visits but he now has his third.

Nebraska football keeps bringing them in

Crocker might be a bit late for the party when it comes to four-star wide receivers who are giving Nebraska a look. The Sacramento resident didn't manage to get to Lincoln when the Huskers were putting on a full court press during the team's Spring Game.

It appears Crocker realizes he missed his chance to see Lincoln at its best but he wants to still see what the town and the Cornhuskers have to offer.

The newest recruit to announce he'll be visiting Nebraska is among the most highly rated players in the state of California. Currently, Crocker is considered the 33rd best WR in the class and the 23rd best player in his home state. Overall the four-star is ranked as the 180th best player in the entire class.

247 Sports doesn't believe there is much of a chance that Crocker is going to be leaving the West Coast for college, but the Huskers have officially gotten its foot in the door.

The recruiting website claims the Oregon Ducks are the front runner for the player's services with California in a close second. Those predictions were made before the receiver announced he was using his third and final official visit on Nebraska. That could change things in the football recruiting world.

Deeper look at Nebraska football's latest target

As are most of the recent Husker targets, Crocker is a dual threat as both a receiver and a defensive back. In fact, on the offensive side of the ball, he's a bit of a late bloomer. Defensively, he had a better season as a sophomore when he intercepted five passes. Picks dropped to two in his junior year, while his receptions went way up and his touchdowns bloomed.

Crocker caught just 11 passes for 344 yards and four touchdowns as a sophomore at Inderkum High school. His junior year, those numbers grew to 31 catches for 746 yards and a whopping 10 touchdowns. The receiver's school is not quite as pass happy as some of the other programs on the Huskers' radar but he's made the most of his opportunities. Now the Nebraska Football Team must make the most of his official visit.