The Nebraska Football team's 2018 recruiting class is looking like it could be something really special.

Nebraska football recruit getting NFLer's attention

There is very little doubt that the Nebraska football coaches, players, and fans are all quite excited about having Brendan Radley-Hiles as part of the Husker family. The talent of Radley-Hiles is undeniable and it turns out Cornhusker fans aren't the only ones who think so.

The Nebraska recruit recently got some glowing comments from NFL first round draft pick Adoree Jackson. Jackson took to Twitter earlier this week in order to gush about the speed Radley-Hiles has.

The Nebraska recruit, better known as "Bookie" made an appearance at The Opening. Jackson apparently took on the action during the camp.

The future Nebraska star definitely got the attention of the first round pick by the Tennesee Titans. While Jackson took in a ton of different talented players but Bookie stood out from the crowd.

One of the Nebraska football team's top defensive recruits inspired Jackson to say "Finally got to see @Bookie_44 play and that man got Gas." This was high praise indeed, considering Jackson has plenty of talent all on his own.

The number 18 overall pick in the latest NFL draft played on both the offensive and defensive side of the ball when he played at USC. While the former Trojan and current Nebraska recruit have never met on the field, the upcoming NFL rookie likes what he's seen from Bookie so far.

For his part, Bookie has been getting praise from all kinds of talented people since he popped up in Nebraska's sights. He's also been someone who has worked hard to get talented teammates to join him on the football field.

Bookie has been plenty active on Twitter, trying to get the best of the best to come and at least check out Nebraska. More than one player has pointed to Bookie as the reason they're at least giving the Huskers a look.

Nebraska football wants the attention of the NFL

The news that Jackson is high on Bookie is good news in more ways than one.

Nebraska wants to be recognized as being a kind of NFL pipeline.

While Bookie is not headed to the NFL yet, a new rookie looking at Radley-Hiles as the real deal can only help Mike Riley and company. It's a good head start when the program is pitching itself as a place that can send people to the big leagues.

The Nebraska football team has to be happy about the tweet. Radley-Hiles is likely smiling from ear to ear as he's gotten the attention of a bonafide possible star of the NFL in the coming years.