Nebraska football target Dematrius Davis promised he would be seeing the Nebraska football team, in person, "soon." He kept that promise on Monday when he came on down to Lincoln and saw what the program has to offer in person. After making the abbreviated unofficial visit, he talked to Rivals and told them he liked what he had seen.

When talking about a quarterback, especially one that is among the best prospects in the country and his class, there are few things the player can say that are better than, "I liked the plays that they were running with their offense.

I really think they would be a good fit for me." That's what Davis had to say after he watched the Huskers go through the beginning of their second week of spring practices.

Nebraska football and the future of the position

The Huskers are certainly set at quarterback for the very near future. Adrian Martinez is entering the 2019 campaign as a potential Heisman candidate. They also have Luke McCaffrey as a true freshman this year, who has been getting the same kind of early reviews Martinez did when he was first arriving in Lincoln last year. What the Huskers have at quarterback in the future is a bit foggier.

When it comes to the 2021 class, Nebraska has several offers out to some of the best signal callers in the country.

Dematrius Davis certainly fits that bill. He's already got 19 total offers and as his visit this week demonstrates, he's wasting no time in seeing what the schools that are chasing him have to offer. That offer sheet is one that has a great mix of Power 5 schools like the Cornhuskers, Florida State, LSU, and Texas A&M. It also has some schools you wouldn't normally see on a prospect like this, Howard, William & Mary, and Texas State have come calling as well.

It's safe to say, the quarterback has kept his preferences closely under wraps.

Emerging talent

For whatever reason, Dematrius Davis is not currently garnering an official ranking in the 2021 class, but it's clear he's one of the best quarterbacks in that group. The Houston North product won the MaxPreps National Sophomore of the Year in 2018 and he was named his Texas region's MVP.

With a number of years until he can sign on the dotted line, there is going to be quite a bit of work to do before the Nebraska football team, or any other team learns where it is he plans to go. Believing he would be a fit in Scott Frost's offense is definitely a very good first step in securing his commitment.