Definitely need to read the entire piece before forming an opinion.It almost seems that a wave of apathy has washed over the program when it comes to recruiting. An attitude of procrastination that will not only cost Nebraska coveted athletes in the interim, but years down the road. If this staff doesn't make connections with high schools and future prospects now, other programs will.
Personally, I strongly disagree. With such a small class, Nebraska cannot offer to the extent that we normally do (a point that the article mentions). The piece contends that the limited offers isn't a point of concern - but that the concern should arise from "losing the battles for the smaller amount of targeted recruits."
At this point (the 19th of June), I'm not concerned. That's not to say I won't be at some point in time. But right now? It's incredibly early, and many of the guys we're targeting are sorting through a boatload of offers.
I think it says a lot that we were Christo's number two, and that we lost out to a team that's a little closer to what he's used to (SoCal to Florida, rather than SoCal to Big Ten). It's a moot point, though. We didn't get him, and I can understand the frustration behind it. But I don't think there is a cause for concern... Yet.