Recruits choose their schools

Scott Criss, Tyler Seals, and Ty Kildow all outstanding Nebraska high school football players made their decisions on collegs.
Omaha Creighton Prep lineman Scott Criss committed to the University of Wyoming, over Northern Iowa and a walk-on opportunity with Nebraska.  
Criss, who was an All-Nebraska defensive lineman last season, will play offensive tackle for former Missouri offensive coordinator Dave Christenen who now coaches the Cowboys.
All-Nebraska quarterback Tyler Seals of Bellevue West will play for Northwest Missouri State.  The Division II school in Maryville, Missouri has been to the Championship game the last four years in a row.  They’ve lost all four games. 
Ty Kildow of Millard South will walk on at NU.  He’s 5’7, 170 pounds but he runs a 4.39 40.  That caught Husker coaches attention last summer at NU football camps.  Kildow is passing up scholarship offers to walk on for the Huskers.