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After nearly a week of not offering any scholarships, Nebraska extended a few on the Monday night of spring break.
The first went out to Tyler Johnson, a 6-foot-4, 270-pound offensive tackle in the Class of 2019 from Conroe (Texas) Oak Ridge High.
— Tyler Johnson (@iamtyler_15) March 21, 2017
Johnson does not have a star rating, but does have eight offers, including from LSU, Texas, Oklahoma and TCU. Johnson unofficially visited Texas A&M a few weeks ago and attended Oklahoma’s Junior Day in February.
He’s the fifth 2019 offensive tackle to receive an offer from Nebraska.
The Huskers also on Monday offered Dimitri Stanley, a receiver from Englewood (Colo.) Cherry Creek High who gets a 3-star rating from 247Sports.
— Dimitri Stanley (@Dimitri_114) March 21, 2017
Stanley is the No. 146 wide receiver in the 2018 class and No. 5 player out of Colorado. He holds five offers, from Colorado, Colorado State, Iowa State, Louisville and Nebraska. Wide receiver is again a big emphasis in the Huskers’ 2018 class as Stanley is the 24th receiver in the class to receive and offer from Nebraska.
Finally, Nebraska threw its hat on the table of 4-star DT Bobby Brown.
I've just received another offer from Nebraska ??? pic.twitter.com/L3S68NADKi
— I hate OL's (@tre_brown8700) March 21, 2017
Brown is the No. 15 defensive tackle in the 2018 class and attends Lamar High School in Arlington, Texas. Brown has 12 offers, including from Alabama, Oklahoma, Texas A&M and Texas. He attended A&M’s junior day on Jan. 22.