Maurice Washington has his mind made up.
Washington, who took his official visit to Nebraska last weekend, is completely sure of his decision, according to Trinity Christian (Texas) Cedar Hill assistant coach Sean Riley. What Riley does not know, though, is which way Washington is leaning.
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“He didn’t say much,” Riley said. “He was beat from the trip. He just said he really enjoyed it and knows for sure where he is going now.”
It’s been a whirlwind month for Washington, who broke out in a big way at the Under Armour All-America Game on Jan. 4. That led to interest from programs across the country. However, Arizona State and Nebraska emerged as his favorites and the only schools he ended up visiting, after Ohio State stopped recruiting him.
“[It’s] hard to say,” Riley said. “He loves both head coaches and both campuses. Maurice isn’t giving us any hints.”
Did he seem confident in his choice?
“Very,” Riley said.
That bodes well for Nebraska. The Huskers can carry the momentum from the weekend visit into Signing Day. Washington’s 247Sports Crystal Ball currently has an 88 percent of the predictions in favor of Nebraska.
Washington plans on announcing during the 1 p.m. CT hour. It will be televised on ESPN. Washington is the No. 10 running back and No. 207 prospect overall, according to the 247Sports composite.