Nebraska Cornhuskers Extend Scholarship Offer to Impressive Tight End Prospect Cooper Terwilliger

Nebraska extends offer to South Dakota tight end

Nebraska Cornhuskers have recently offered a scholarship to Cooper Terwilliger, a tight end from T.F. Riggs High School in Pierre, South Dakota. The recruitment process is ongoing and Terwilliger, who stands at 6-5 and weighs 210 pounds, has already received offers from Iowa State and Kansas State as well. Satterfield, the offensive coordinator and tight ends coach, personally extended the scholarship offer to him.

The Cornhuskers are the third school to express interest in Terwilliger, who caught their attention with his impressive performance at their football camp over the weekend. Fans can stay updated on all things Nebraska football by following @CornhuskersWire on X and liking their page on Facebook for ongoing coverage of Nebraska news, notes, and opinions. With new assistant coach Glenn Thomas on board, the upcoming season looks promising for the team.

Marcus Satterfield sees great potential in Terwilliger and believes that he could make a valuable contribution to the Cornhuskers’ tight end position. As he continues to weigh his options and consider his future in college football, Terwilliger is sure to be an exciting prospect for fans to watch closely.

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