Zach Potter, a four-star TE/DE prospect out of
In asking what prompted him to join Coach Callahan's first recruiting crop, Potter pointed to the impressive list that has already accumulated. "When you look at the recruiting class, Harrison Beck, Craig Roark, Phillip Dillard, it's a top 5 class. It's something special to be a part of that. Another big thing was the relationship with Coach Callahan and the coaches and being Coach Callahan's first in-state commit is something that's pretty special to me. I hope he remembers that for a long time," said Potter. Indeed, Potter brings an impressive list of athletic talents to Coach Callahan's disposal.
Potter has spent time at both the defensive end and tight end positions in high school and believes he will get a shot at both in his collegiate career. "Both could be a future, we talked about that today. They're going to leave it open to me where I can play offense or defense, we'll see how summer conditioning goes and once we hit fall next year, we'll hopefully have a better idea about it and go from there," stated Potter.
Coach Scott Downing recruited Zach to
As yet another highly sought after prospect pledges to the Cornhuskers, one has to wonder what's next for an already loaded recruiting class.