Adonis Ameen-Moore, who still denies a leader, received his most recent offer from Utah about two…
Will Huskers Offer?
Adonis Ameen-Moore, the 5-foot-11, 215-pound three-star running back from Mullen High School in Denver, Colo., still favors Colorado, Colorado State, Kansas State, Northwestern and Syracuse. All have offered. "I still don't have a leader out of that list of schools and really want to see the two other schools I haven't visited before I even start thinking about a leader," he said. Ameen-Moore said he took unofficial visits to Colorado, Colorado State and Kansas State this summer and has an official trip set with Syracuse. "I'll be out at Syracuse for an official visit on Oct. 16," he said. "I'll probably look to make my decision on a school sometime in December or January even if other schools offer or not." Ultimately, Scout.com's No. 77 running back wants coaching compatibility and a shot to play early. "I really want to be at a school where I fit in well with the coaches and the rest of the staff," he said. "It's also important to me how the depth chart is at these schools because I want to see if I have a chance to play as a true freshman." Ameen-Moore denies any school stands out because of its level of interest. "They're all equal as far as who is recruiting me the hardest," he said. "I get emails from all the schools on an equal basis and talk to all of the coaches pretty equally." There is one school that has yet to offer, but if they did it could change the entire recruiting process for the three-star running back. "Nebraska is the one school I'm hoping offers," he said. "I've kind of been in touch with their coaches and just really like it there. I was there for an unofficial visit last Feb. 28 for junior day. It's got a good feel and seems like a nice program. I think I could fit in there." Ameen-Moore starts his season against Chapparal High School Sept. 3. "We're really focused on going for our third straight state championship this season," he said. Ameen-Moore reports a 3.0 GPA and a 19 on the ACT. "I'm pretty set with that score but I might take the test again," he said.
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