The 2023 in-state class has nine players to date who have received power conference scholarship offers. Five of those prospects are uncommitted but have set a handful of official visits for June.
Four of the nine have announced commitments. Gretna quarterback Zane Flores (Oklahoma State), Lincoln Southeast offensive lineman Gunnar Gottula (Nebraska), Pierce tight end Ben Brahmer (Nebraska) and Creighton Prep offensive lineman Sam Sledge (Nebraska).
Brahmer committed to Nebraska in April of last year, Gottula last June and Sledge in February of this year. The three will take their official visits to Lincoln in the next few weeks — Gottula this weekend on June 3 and Sledge and Brahmer on June 17.
Here are the five uncommitted in-state players’ visit plans for the month of June.
Maverick Noonan, Elkhorn South, Edge: The 6-4, 235-pound pass rusher has official visits planned with Nebraska the weekend of June 3; Minnesota June 11; Stanford June 18; and Iowa June 25.
Malachi Coleman, Lincoln East, Ath: Coleman, the most intriguing prospect in the 2023 in-state class, has two official visits scheduled: Nebraska, June 3; and Michigan, June 24. An unofficial visit to Oklahoma is planned for June 10. An official visit to USC is planned but not scheduled yet.
Kade McIntyre, Archbishop Bergan, Ath: McIntyre (6-4, 205) is the hottest in-state name in the 2023 class after receiving offers from Oklahoma and Nebraska last week. He will unofficially visit NU June 1. His scheduled official visits are June 8, Oklahoma; Iowa, June 10; Minnesota, June 17 and Kansas State, June 24. An official visit to Tennessee is not on the calendar but is in the works.
Brock Knutson, Scottsbluff, OL: Knutson (6-7, 270) has four power conference offers (Nebraska, Iowa State, Kansas State, Arizona State) and two of those four have scheduled official visits. The first is Nebraska on June 3. There is a planned official visit with Iowa State beginning on June 17.
Beni Ngoyi, Lincoln High, WR: It feels like Ngoyi is narrowing things down a bit. Of his seven power conference offers, the 6-4, 180-pound receiver has two official visits planned — June 3 to Washington and beginning June 10 at Iowa State.