Keller Central defensive tackle Aaron Curry, one of the area's top uncommitted recruits heading into national signing day, is going to Nebraska.
Curry, who also had offers from Arizona, Boston College, Boise State, Indiana, Kansas, Kansas State, Missouri and Mississippi, was All-District 7-5A as a senior.
Here's some of the scouting report on Curry from ESPN Recruiting:
He is not the biggest or most dominating D-Tackle, but this three-technique is an active and productive player. He possesses solid size, but will need to work to try and add more good mass. He has a solid get-off. He does a good job of coming out of his stance and bringing his hands protecting himself and being able to keep defenders of his chest and legs. Displays the ability to fire out of his stance low and play with good pad level and take on blocks and hold his ground well. He moves well laterally and is active along the line of scrimmage. He displays adequate range and ability to close on the ball, but he does hustle around and looks to keep after the play. He needs to keep developing as a pass rusher and learn to be more active with his weapons, but again he stays active and with some further polishing of technique could be a productive interior pass rusher.