Bellevue West tight end Micah Riley-Ducker scheduled his five official visits.
Riley-Ducker announced on March 29 that he will visit Iowa State on June 4-6, Auburn on June 11-13, Tennessee on June 21-23 and Iowa on June 25-27. He then announced on April 6 that he'll visit Wisconsin on June 17-20. This is assuming the NCAA lifts its recruiting dead period by June, which it's expected to do.
That dead period, which has been in place since March 2020, prevents recruits from having in-person contact with coaches, but Riley-Ducker has taken some self-guided tours this year of schools recruiting him. He visited Wisconsin earlier this month, plus Iowa State and Iowa in February.
In November Riley-Ducker released a top eight that included Nebraska, Arizona State, Auburn, Florida State, Michigan State, Missouri, Oregon and Wisconsin.
Riley-Ducker is a four-star prospect ranked nationally at No. 341 overall and No. 16 at tight end, according to the 247Sports composite. He had 23 caches for 310 yards and seven touchdowns during his junior season.
He's one of five in-state players for the 2022 class that has received a scholarship offer from Nebraska. Columbus linebacker Ernest Hausmann has already committed to the Huskers, but Omaha Central's Deshawn Woods and Omaha Burke's Devon Jackson did not include NU in their top five last month. Riley-Ducker's Bellevue West teammate, Kaden Helms, released a top 10 Monday that also did not include Nebraska. His lead group: Arizona State, Auburn, Florida State, Iowa, Iowa State, LSU, Miami, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Tennessee.