The Nebraska basketball team's 2019 roster is very, very full. That's even without Isaiah Roby in the mix, who announced at the end of last month that he was going to stay in the NBA Draft and try to make a professional basketball team. Since Fred Hoiberg took over, he and his new staff have worked overtime to reshape the roster and have done a yeoman's job of bringing in talented players.

There is one drawback to the speed at which they filled the 2019 roster and that is the meteoric rise of Lök Wur. The Papillion-La Vista graduate had been thinking he would be going the JUCO route for his freshman year.

Since he was a late qualifier for division one basketball, he's decommitted from the Junior College school he was planning to attend. Since he announced he was a free agent again, some truly powerful programs have come calling.

Nebraska basketball doesn't have a hole

Considering how important it is for the Huskers to make sure they are lacking down their home state, it would be fantastic if Hoiberg would be able to lock Wur down. The problem is that if he were to do that, he'd have to boot yet another scholarship player off the team.

Husker fans have been patient with the way the new staff has put the team together. The only time there has been any real complaining is when players that were planning on returning, were suddenly told they probably shouldn't.

The biggest case in point in Brady Heiman. According to Heiman, he was told that he didn't really have a place on the Nebraska basketball team anymore.

When local media reported his version of a meeting between himself and the Huskers' head coach, there were some fans who started to wonder whether Hoiberg was doing things the "Nebraska" way.

That kerfuffle has largely blown over, but kicking someone like Thorir Thorbjarnarson off the roster in order to bring in Lök Wur could restart the controversy.

When the schools that are coming calling for the 6-9 power forward are as good as they are though, it's possible it would be worth the uproar in order to land the talent.

Kansas just the latest

Jake Weingarten reports that Wur has recently received offers from Kansas and Texas A&M in the last three days. That follows other big-time offers from Washington State, Nevada, Depaul, and Rutgers. It's always hard to see a local kid go to a division one program outside the state.

It's especially hard when you know that perennial NCAA Tournament teams and championship contenders want him on the roster. The lateness of his qualification makes thing extremely difficult for Hoiberg. But there's very little doubt that if Wur goes to the Jayhawks or Aggies and plays well, Nebraska basketball fans will be in a different kind of uproar entirely.