Nebraska has been very active in the state of Texas this spring. At first they were in the Dallas…
Cougs offer potential Texas package deal
Armanti has a baker's dozen offers, while D'Onta has three. CF.C had a brief conversation with Armanti before his cell phone ran out of juice and he said chief among what he's looking for in a school is a place where he and D'Onta will suit up together.
"I really want to play with my brother," said Armanti.
Washington State, Houston and Illinois are the three schools that have offered both brothers. Armanti also holds offers from USC, Texas, Florida, Kansas State, Michigan State, Texas A&M and others.
ARMANTI IS A four-star receiver prospect ranked No. 22 in the land, while D'Onta is ranked three stars and No. 80 nationally as a running back by scout.com.
"Washington State, they just like me as a player, someone who can get out and catch the ball -- they like that I'm a playmaker, a natural athlete," said Armanti.
Also, click here for D'Onta's highlights
ARMANTI SAID he doesn't have any leaders and has no unofficial visit plans set up yet for the summer.
"Every school right now is a great school for me," he said.
This past season, Armanti cught 36 passes for 959 yards and nine scores. He also rushed for 534 yards and four touchdowns. He was named first team All-District and 24-4A Special Teams MVP.
As a junior, D'Onta rushed for over 1,000 yards with 16 touchdowns. He averaged 10.2 yards per carry. he was named first team All-District on offense, second team All-District on defense for his work at linebacker.
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