The Nebraska football team had one heck of a junior day earlier this weekend and it appears the team made some lasting impressions on several of their top prospects. Those prospects took to Twitter later in the day to the social media site just how much they liked the visits and what happened when they hit Memorial Stadium.

In-state prospect checks out Lincoln again

Teddy Prochazka is one of the more touted prospects that came to Junior Day. He's certainly no stranger to Memorial stadium though. The offensive tackle hails from Elkhorn South and looks like he's a heavy lean to the Huskers.

He isn't quite a done deal as he's started to gain interest from other Power 5 programs.

Prochazka wasn't the only in-state prospect that took in the sights in Lincoln. Aveon Barnes, a running back and linebacker from Omaha North came to Junior Day as well. While Barnes doesn't have an official offer from the Huskers yet, there is always the chance he could eventually be a kind of gray shirt prospect for Scott Frost and company.

2021 prospect gets Nebraska football offer

The prospects that were visiting Lincoln this weekend weren't exclusively members of the 2020 class. Randolph Kpai came to Memorial Stadium without an offer from the Cornhuskers but he will leave town knowing the coaching staff wants him to make Lincoln his home for four years.

The outside linebacker from Sioux Falls, South Dakota hasn't gotten a ton of attention from the bigger schools, but it appears he's starting to get more programs looking in his direction. At the moment, he has offers from Nebraska and Iowa, as well as South Dakota State. Kpai has just started moving up the prospects list but it appears the Cornhuskers have their foot in the door for this defender.

Iowa prospects visit during Junior Day

The Huskers also hosted a couple of talented offensive linemen out of Iowa. Connor Colby is an offensive tackle who is also a member of the 2021 class who hails from Cedar Rapids. Like Kpai, Colby doesn't have a ton of offers but he has seen the Iowa Hawkeyes and Iowa State Cyclones. He's now got an offer from the Huskers as well.

It appears he enjoyed his visit quite a bit. That could be big, as the Cornhuskers plan for the next few years.

Jackson Stoefen, out of Eldrige, Iowa was effusive in how much he liked what he had to say about what he saw during the Junior Day. Now the Nebraska football team just has to close the deal with these prospects and start moving forward.