Nebraska appears to be in contention to land a talented wide receiver with an NFL pedigree in the Class of 2019.
On Friday, three-star wide receiver Charles Njoku revealed on Twitter that he was making an official visit to Nebraska.
He is the younger brother of Cleveland Browns tight end David Njoku, the No. 29 overall in the 2017 NFL Draft out of Miami.
David Njoku has 88 receptions for 1,025 yards and eight touchdowns in his two seasons in Cleveland.
247Sports has Njoku rated as the No. 56 wide receiver in the country.
He’s the No. 10 prospect from the state of New Jersey, out of Wayne Hills.
The younger Njoku announced the official visit via Twitter.
— CΗλΓLΣS ΝJΘΚU (@Charles_Njoku3) January 11, 2019
According to 247Sports, Njoku has received offers from over a dozen schools, including Nebraska, Indiana, Missouri, Boston College, Purdue, and Rutgers, among others.
In addition to his official visit to Nebraska on Friday, he will reportedly make a visit to UCLA on January 18.