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Nebraska might have an even tougher time landing a defensive back from Oklahoma.
Kamren Curl, a 3-star safety from Muskogee, Okla., announced on Twitter Thursday that Oklahoma has extended him an offer.
Blessed to receive my 23rd D1 offer from Oklahoma ⭕️?? pic.twitter.com/kVMsq3OO7k
— K.a.m.2⃣ (@Kam__Bam__) November 17, 2016
Similar to what is happening with LB Rahyme Johnson and Oregon, the offer will shake things up for Nebraska.
Johnson waited for an offer from Oregon and it now looks like the onetime lock for Nebraska will be headed to Eugene. With Curl, it seems like this is a similar case.
Curl has been waiting on an offer from Oklahoma. Right after Curl’s visit to Nebraska last weekend, the Sooners offered. That’s almost exactly what happened with Johnson after he visited.
Nebraska’s not out of the running for Curl, but the Oklahoma offer makes it more difficult.
Jeremiah Holloman to visit
Holloman confirmed to Schaeffer he will visit this weekend for Nebraska’s game against Maryland.
Holloman is a 4-star wide receiver from Covington, Ga. He’s the No. 19 receiver in the 2017 class and No. 15 recruit from Georgia.
Chevin Calloway working his options
After decommitting from Iowa a few weeks ago, 4-star corner Chevin Calloway is working his options.
Calloway told Rivals.com he’s specifically looking at Arkansas, Ole Miss, Colorado, Texas, Nebraska and TCU.
Calloway is the No. 12 corner in the 2017 class and visited Nebraska while he was an Iowa commit in October. He has some ties to Arkansas, which is why 247sports Crystal Ball currently favors the Razorbacks for where he’ll end up.
Here is his full interview.