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Thread: Four-star DB prospect ( Davian Shelton) interested in NU’s “island” (with video)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huskerpilk View Post
    I heard Westerkamp is sticking with the Huskers...which is nice.
    It was nice to see NU beat out ND...hopefully it's a sign that we will be a better passing team in the next few years.
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    Man-oh-man...what a stretch run...This is better than the Derby!!!

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    Ummmm......this kids the real deal

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    He looks great, looks really physical to me. I like him at nickel in his first year here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Reign View Post
    He has no offer from UCLA as their class is full and USC is very limited this season with only 15 scholarships...so we may luck into a top rated DB.....
    Originally committed to Arizona in September, decommitted for obvious reasons. Started looking elsewhere pretty quickly after committing to Oregon State on 12/23. Your right though, Nebraska has a very good shot at this kid. Would be a very good pickup at CB, IMO in the same class as guys like Rios and Beaver.

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    I agree on the comparison....and just my opinion, but I think if he has a '10' visit he will be 'N'....he is looking for something better than Oregon State....a real steal if we get him....


    Quote Originally Posted by N2FL View Post
    Originally committed to Arizona in September, decommitted for obvious reasons. Started looking elsewhere pretty quickly after committing to Oregon State on 12/23. Your right though, Nebraska has a very good shot at this kid. Would be a very good pickup at CB, IMO in the same class as guys like Rios and Beaver.
    Notre Dame only had one Rudy but Nebraska gets a new crop of Rudys every season

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    When you consider defense, there is no greater tradition in football than the Blackshirts. This is where he can excel AND become part of the legend. OSU does not offer part II.

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    Some camp video...he has a nasty streak...watch him throw the kid at the start...


    Notre Dame only had one Rudy but Nebraska gets a new crop of Rudys every season

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    He's a must get IMO!! The next, in a great line of Pelini secondaries!

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    RR...

    This last video is more telling. He's got quick hips (much more evident here versus the previous game tape)....great closing speed....but what catches my eye with this latest video is his anticipation skills. I know this is a "no pads" video, but the aforementioned skills with that mean streak is a joy to watch.

    He's certainly got the prerequisite corner skills. I'd never think of moving him to safety after watching that. (I know...small sample)

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    Wow! This kid is PHYS-I-CAL! I love his height and long arms, and he uses that to his advantage. great hands and strength...its like he tells the reciever "You're not going anywhere". That one tall kid at the end got so much into a boxing match with him, throwing punches, that he didn't even look at the QB who was tryin to throw a quick out! Very agressive, but totally under control at all times. Any quick burner type 4.4 reciever is going to be so tired of going up against him all game. We need this guy....Bad!

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    Nice find HNC! Hope we can impress him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NEsker View Post
    RR...

    This last video is more telling. He's got quick hips (much more evident here versus the previous game tape)....great closing speed....but what catches my eye with this latest video is his anticipation skills. I know this is a "no pads" video, but the aforementioned skills with that mean streak is a joy to watch.

    He's certainly got the prerequisite corner skills. I'd never think of moving him to safety after watching that. (I know...small sample)
    I agree, guy looks like a beast in that video. Hope he's N.

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    I love how he challenges at the line and uses his hands to keep the receiver at arms length. He also bit on a couple fakes, and recovered quickly.

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    This kid is a heck of an athlete. Sure hope he decides to come to DONU. We can use him.


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