Javin Wright might just be the highest ranked player left on the board for the Nebraska Football team. The 2019 prospect is a talented cornerback out of Arizona that the Husker coaches seem to be quite high on. They aren't the only ones. Wright currently carries nine scholarship offers, and almost all of them are from Power 5 schools. As we get towards the stretch run of the 2019 recruiting cycle, we've officially entered the "official visit" phase. Wright announced on Twitter Tuesday that he had set his official visit date to see the Huskers. Wright is going to be hitting Lincoln on September 7 for the Cornhuskers' game against the Colorado Buffaloes.

Nebraska football finally using official visits

The Husker coaching staff has made it clear, since early in Spring, that they do not want to use the finite number of official visits they have at their disposal during the summer. The fact that Nebraska has managed to grab 11 commits in that period makes it all the more impressive that they have done so only by luring kids to Memorial stadium on unofficial trips.

As the football season moves closer, Scott Frost and company will indeed be making sure that those who couldn't get to Lincoln on unofficial visits are using one of their five trips on the Huskers. Wright's September 7 plans mean he's going to be part of a rather large contingent coming to see what the Cornhuskers and their fans have to offer.

Rivals have a list of nine prospects confirmed as coming to town.

Interestingly, seven of the nine confirmed visitors are already committed to the Cornhuskers. That means Javin Wright and safety Jamel Starks are going to be getting the full court press not only from the Nebraska football coaching staff but also from fellow visitors.

That can't be bad news for those hoping Wright pulls the trigger on a commitment during that visit.

Javin Wright as a legacy recruit for Nebraska football

247 Sports has Wright as a near lock to commit to the Huskers at some point. The 3-star prospect out of Arizona has another former Husker who is likely telling him all the positives of Nebraska.

Wright's father is Toby Wright. The senior Wright played one season for the Huskers, in 1993 as a defensive back. He managed to take his skills to the pros after that season and played six years in the NFL, predominantly as a starter.

Now that Javin Wright has locked in a visit to see the Nebraska football program, it might just be a matter of time before he follows in his father's footsteps.