While the Nebraska football team will wind down its 2018 season on Friday morning, the future is looking quite bright for the program. Not only is this the time of year when the college football season is wrapping up, but the High School season is reaching its finale as well. That means there are plenty of schools that are attempting to win their division and state championships. Nebraska had its state championship rounds complete last week. In those games, there were more than a couple of Husker commits or targets that shone bright and showed why the Cornhuskers are recruiting them.

Some targets, such as Narbonne high quarterback Jake Garcia are hoping their season lasts a few more weeks. One of the top 2021 quarterbacks targets in the entire class, Garcia is just a sophomore. That's not keeping him from helping his team beat up on competition as they seek a state title. Garcia and Narbonne are looking for another win on Friday when they go for a City championship, just another step towards the whole enchilada.

Jake Garcia shining for his team

It's hard to imagine many sophomores putting up the kind of numbers the Huskers target has. Especially when you're talking about the highest level of play in California.

Narbonne is heavily favored to win their 5th straight city championship. The fact that they won the semifinal 63-23 has to help that confidence. In that game, the Nebraska football target completed 20-of-23 passes for 307 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran for 43 yards and a TD. In his past two games, he's completed 33-of-37 passes for 537 yards and five touchdowns.

He has zero interceptions over that span. It's not hard to realize why the Cornhuskers are interested in him.

Nebraska football has tough competition

The Huskers have been showing off an offense the last six weeks that has to appear to Garcia. The program has been appealing to him even before Scott Frost and company got there thanks to his father having once been a Husker.

If the Cornhuskers are going to find a way to reel the 2021 prospect in, they are going to be beating out some of the best of the best.

Despite not being able to sign on the dotted line for a program for a couple of years, he's already got 10 offers. That includes schools like Florida State, Florida, and Georgia. It's also an open question whether he has the kind of wheels that are required to run Frost's offense. The Nebraska football coaching staff may have answered that question, considering they are obviously still recruiting Jake Garcia to come to Lincoln.