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4-Star LB: Nebraska Official Visit A 'Perfect 10'

Big Ten football program Nebraska football's game day balloon release.

LINCOLN, NE - AUGUST 31: Nebraska fans release red balloons after the Nebraska Cornhuskers score their first points of the game against the Wyoming Cowboys at Memorial Stadium on August 31, 2013 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Eric Francis/Getty Images)

Four-star linebacker Lloyd Summerall is expected by most to wind up signing with a Florida school next month. However, Nebraska football left a big impression after he took an official visit over the weekend.

Summerall was in Lincoln for Saturday's 9-6 win over Michigan State, and only had good things to say about the trip, which featured a rare encounter with snow for the Lakeland native.

While the rest of his list is comprised of Power Five schools from Florida, and nearby programs like Auburn and LSU, it sounds like he is legitimately considering the Huskers as well.

Scott Frost and his staff were an early offer for Summerall while still at UCF. They've maintained the relationship since the move to Lincoln last season.

Lloyd Summerall called his Nebraska football official visit a "perfect 10" after the weekend.

From Rivals:

Asked to sum up his visit to Nebraska and to give it a rating, Summerall concluded:

"It was a perfect 10!" Summerall said emphatically. "Nah, it's not the case that I am for sure going to end up [at Florida our Miami]. It's between me and God. No one really knows where I will go, but on December 19 everyone will find out. Not this week, but next week Nebraska will probably be coming by for an in-home visit."

His parents also enjoyed the trip, and apparently there was discussion for a potential family move to the area, should he choose the Huskers.

The Florida schools may be tough to overcome though. The Florida Gators are the favorite, per 247Sports' crystal ball, with 69-percent of predictions. They're followed by Florida State (23-percent) and Miami (8-percent).

Summerall is ranked as the No. 235 player in the country. He plans to commit to a team and sign during next month's early signing period.