Elkhorn sophomore Trey Frahm received a scholarship offer from Nebraska last week. In December, he received an offer from Creighton.
The 5-foot-10, 175-pound shortstop unofficial visited Nebraska on Thursday.
"They (Huskers) are recruiting me as an infielder," he said. "They see me as being able to play anywhere on the infield besides first base."
Frahm isn't in a rush to make a decision on his future after high school.
"I'm still exploring all of my options," he said. "I'm planning on deciding early on in my junior year."
Most baseball players would like to go to a school where baseball can be played outside year round. Frahm isn't concerned with a warm-weather location versus traditionally cold-weather schools.
"Location doesn't matter to me," he said. "Any chance I have to get the opportunity to play is, and the size of the school is important."
Frahm gave up playing football and basketball this year to focus full-time on baseball. He hit .222 in 100 at-bats and had a .857 fielding percentage as a freshman and is looking forward to his sophomore season with the Antlers.
"We should be pretty inexperienced and take some lumps at the beginning of the year," he said. "Our goal is to win state at the end of the year and be in that dog pile."
Frahm plans to play for Elkhorn's legion team and Nebraska Sluggers this summer.