The Nebraska football team still has a competitor for one of its top receiver targets in the 2020 class. Troy Omeire has listed the Huskers as one of his favorite teams, but the addition of Les Miles to the Kansas Jayhawks might change things a bit on the recruiting landscape. The question is going to be, just how much can the former Oklahoma State and LSU head coach change that landscape? The four-star prospect in the 2020 class has already announced his top 10 schools. Can the Jayhawks push the Cornhuskers out of the way?

Kansas is an interesting player for Troy Omeire

When the No. 10 2020 player in the state of Texas announced he had received an offer from the Jayhawks, he also added that it was actually a re-offer. The previous Kansas administration had taken a flyer on the wide receiver, but likely had little chance at pulling him away from the bigwigs that were going hard after him. This re-offer could be a bit of a test case for what Kansas fans have been saying for a little while now.

The Jayhawks' administration has claimed that the hire of Les Miles will allow them to recruit players they have never managed to be in on. Troy Omeire certainly fits that bill, considering his announcement of his final schools didn't include Miles' crew.

It certainly isn't unheard of that a player has changed his top 10 or top five schools after he initially narrowed down the list. There's no guarantee Kansas can get in on the derby for this particular player, but they might be tougher competition than they have been in the past.

Nebraska football already fighting off programs

Even if Kansas isn't able to find a way to sign Troy Omeire, this was never going to be an easy fight. 247Sports has the prospect listed as a heavy lean to Texas A&M. That makes some sense, considering the number of schools from his home state that has been officially named as finalists.

The Huskers have been taking aim at some of the best receivers in next year's class, as well as classes well into the future.

At the same time, the Cornhuskers are still fighting for some of the best players in the 2019 class. The recruiting efforts by Scott Frost and company have been rather comprehensive. Staying in the mix for four-star players like Noa Pola-Gates has been both an impressive feat for the Nebraska football staff and somewhat comparable to what Miles is trying to do at Kansas. A showdown for a player like Troy Omeire seemed like it was going to take place sooner or later.