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2020 Recruiting Board

Twelve String

Scout Team
5 Year Member
Just got back from a business trip and added OT Alex Conn to the commitment list.

We're starting to see quite the collection of talent for the future of our OL.
Greg Austin is doing an amazing job in building depth at OL.

If the scuttle from the recruiting sites is accurate we have a good chance we continue to add to CB depth on July 2 if Josh Moten pulls the trigger.

Now, we need to get some linebackers on-board.
 

HuskerInOkieland

All American
10 Year Member
A shoe we have been waiting to drop for a seeming eternity dropped in the Huskers favor. DT Nash Nutmacher pulls the trigger for the Big Red.

Pay absolutely no attention to his rating (what a joke!). Nash was likely the #1 guy on our board and fills a critical position of need. Plus he is a stud wrestler (which doesn't hurt at all.):Banana:
 

HuskerInOkieland

All American
10 Year Member
1-2 DT Nash Hutmacher (SDHS)(NU) 3* 5.6 6-5/305/NA 4/5/19; Cole Brevard (INHS) 4* 5.8 6-4/280, Montra Edwards II (MSHS) 3* 5.5 6-3/290, Alex Huntley (SCHS) 4* 5.8 6-4/280, McKinnley Jackson (MSHS) 5* 6.1 6-3/317, Stanley McKenzie (HIHS) 3* 5.5 6-2/275, Kobe Pepe (CAHS) 3* 5.6 6-3/270, Jaedon Roberts (CTHS) 3* 5.6 6-3/280, Jamar Sekona (CAHS) 3* 5.7 6-4/295, Timothy Smith (FLHS) 4* 5.9 6-4/315, Eric Taylor (ALHS) 4* 5.8 6-5/285, Branard Wright (TXHS) 4* 5.9 6-4/285

Dominic Bailey (MDHS)(Tennessee) 4* 5.8 6-3/290, Jamil Burroughs (GAHS)(Georgia) 4* 5.9 6-3/320, Jayson Jones (ALHS)(Alabama) 4* 5.9 6-5/322, Aidan Keanaaina (COHS)(Notre Dame) 4* 5.8 6-3/285, Jah-Marien Latham (ALHS)(Alabama) 3* 5.7 6-3/290, Nazir Stackhouse (GAHS)(Georgia) 4* 5.8 6-4/285, Tre' Williams (DCHS)(Clemson) 4* 5.8 6-3/290, Perrion Winfrey (IAJC-3.5/2)(Oklahoma) 4* 5.9 6-4/305


2-3 DE William Anderson (GAHS) 4* 5.8 6-4/235, Noah Arinze (MOHS) 3* 5.7 6-4/240, Tyler Baron (TNHS) 4* 5.9 6-4/250, Emmanuel Belgrade-DE/OLB (FLHS) 3* 5.6 6-3/220, Kevon Billingsley (MOHS) 4* 5.8 6-5/260, Kristin Booth-DE/OLB (ALHS) 3* 5.5 6-2/230, Bryan Bresee (MDHS) 5* 6.1 6-5/280, Vernon Broughton (TXHS) 4* 5.9 6-6/263, Xavier Carlton (CAHS) 4* 5.8 6-6/235, Albany Casey (ALHS) 3* 5.6 6-4/240, Fadil Diggs (NJHS) 4* 5.8 6-5/229, Desmond Evans (NCHS) 4* 6.0 6-6/240, Van Fillinger (UTHS) 3* 5.6 6-4/245, Josh Griffis (FLHS) 3* 5.6 6-4/220, Blaise Gunnerson-OLB/DE (IAHS) 3* 5.6 6-5/250 6/14/19, Donell Harris (FLHS) NR 6-6/205, Jason Harris (AZHS) 4* 5.8 6-7/220, Tilor Harris (MOHS) 3* 5.7 6-3/240, Darrion Henry (OHHS) 4* 6.0 6-5/265, Greg Hudgins (DCHS) 4* 5.8 6-4/226, Jared Ivey (GAHS) 3* 5.6 6-6/215, Chris Jones (FLHS) 3* 5.6 6-4/193, Latarie Kinsler Jr. (FLHS) 4* 5.8 6-4/208, Aaron Lewis (NJHS) 3* 5.6 6-5/240, Jalen Logan-Redding (MOHS) 3* 5.6 6-4/225, DeShawn Lynch (CAHS) 3* 5.5 6-4/275, Nusi Malani (CAHS) 3* 5.5 6-6/255, Rylie Mills (ILHS) 4* 5.8 6-5/270, Joe Moore-DE/OLB (MOHS) 3* 5.6 6-4/245, Myles Murphy (GAHS) 5* 6.1 6-4/255, Myles Murphy (NCHS) 4* 5.8 6-4/240, Reginald Perry (ALHS) 3* 5.7 6-5/245, A. Powell-Ryland (VAHS) 3* 5.7 6-2/214, Elijah Roberts (FLHS) 3* 5.7 6-4/240, Jake Shipley (CAHS) 3* 5.5 6-5/250, Sav'ell Smalls (WAHS) 5* 6.1 6-5/240, Regen Terry (AZHS) 3* 5.6 6-4/225, Tuli Tuipulotu (CAHS) 3* 5.7 6-3/245, Amin Vanover (NJHS) 4* 5.8 6-4/240, Zykeivous Walker (GAHS) 4* 5.9 6-4/257, Chantz Williams (FLHS) 4* 5.8 6-4/212, Johnny Wilson (MOHS) 3* 5.6 6-3/250

Samuel Anaele (FLHS)(Miami) 4* 5.9 6-4/247, Alec Bryant (TXHS)(LSU) 4* 5.8 6-3/230, Demon Clowney (MDHS)(LSU) 4* 5.9 6-5/215, Jordan Davis (MSHS)(Tennessee) 4* 5.8 6-5/245, Gervon Dexter (FLHS)(Florida) 4* 5.8 6-6/276, Ali Gaye (KSJC)(LSU) 3* 5.6 6-7/270, Logan Jones (IAHS)(Iowa) 3* 5.6 6-3/252, Morven Joseph (FLHS)(Florida) 3* 5.7 6-3/211


4-5 LB Tirek Austin-Cave (NJHS) 3* 5.7 6-2/215, Jordan Botelho (HIHS) 4* 5.8 6-3/217, Choe Bryant-Strother (GAHS) 3* 5.6 6-3/240 6/21/19, Devyn Curtis (TNHS) 4* 5.8 6-2/203 6/21/19, Antonio Doyle (MOHS) 4* 5.8 6-4/221, Zuriah Fisher (PAHS) 3* 5.5 6-3/243, Justin Flowe (CAHS) 5* 6.1 6-3/225, Reggie Grimes (TNHS) 5* 6.1 (100#20) 6-5/210, Nikhai Hill-Green (MDHS) 3* 5.7 6-2/205, Justin Houston (CAHS) 4* 5.8 6-4/190, Kaden Johnson (MNHS) 4* 5.9 6-4/205, Daved Jones (OHHS) 3* 5.6 6-1/207, Mohamed Kaba (NCHS) 3* 5.6 6-3/205, Bangally Kamara (OHHS) 3* 5.5 6-2/195, Jackson LaDuke (NVHS) 3* 5.6 6-3/215, Tramel Logan Jr (FLHS) 3* 5.5 6-4/212, Jesus Machado (FLHS) 3* 5.6 6-1/195, AJ Mathis (FLHS) 3* 5.7 6-1/201, Jayion McCluster (FLHS) 4* 5.8 6-2/200, Caleb McCullough (CAHS) 3* 5.5 6-3/210, Braiden McGregor (MIHS) 3* 5.7 6-6/250, Allen Merrick (ALHS) 3* 5.6 6-2/233, William Mohan (NYHS) 4* 5.8 6-1/190, Kalel Mullings (MAHS) 4* 5.9 6-2/220, B.J. Ojulari (GAHS) 4* 5.8 6-3/220, Cameron Riley (ALHS) 3* 5.7 6-4/210, Quandarrius Robinson (ALHS) 4* 5.8 6-5/217, Tate Romney (AZHS) 3* 5.6 6-1/195, Antoine Sampah (VAHS) 5* 6.1 6-3/220, Brennon Scott (TXHS) 4* 5.8 6-2/225, Damian Sellers-OLB/DE (AZHS) 4* 5.8 (250#166) 6-3/235, Noah Sewell (UTHS) 4* 5.9 6-1/260, Mekhail Sherman (DCHS) 5* 6.1 6-4/225, Trenton Simpson (NCHS) 4* 5.8 6-2/205, Vincent Starling (FLHS) 3* 5.6 6-3/195, Jamari Stewart (FLHS) 3* 5.5 6-3/206, Jaheim Thomas (OHHS) 4* 5.8 6-5/218, Catrell Wallace (ARHS) 3* 5.6 6-6/210, Phillip Webb (GAHS) 4* 6.0 6-4/212, Josh White (TXHS) 3* 5.7 6-1/205, Mister Williams (CAHS) 3* 5.6 6-2/230

Chris Braswell (MDHS)(Alabama) 5* 6.1 6-3/225, Jackson Bratton (ALHS)(Alabama) 4* 5.8 6-3/216 9/27/19, Stephen Dix (FLHS)(Florida State) 3* 5.5 6-2/207, Christian Hood (TXHS)(Duke) 3* 5.6 6-0/210, Ben Kreul (WIHS)(Purdue) 3* 5.6 6-3/218, Malik Reed (AZHS)(Wisconsin) 3* 5.6 6-2/210 6/21/19, Cody Simon (NJHS)(Ohio State) 4* 5.8 (250#187) 6-2/215 6/7/19, Kevin Swint (GAHS)(Clemson) 4* 5.8 6-3/223, Ethan West (VAHS)(North Carolina) 4* 5.8 6-3/217, Derek Wingo (FLHS)(Penn State) 4* 5.8 6-1/215

NOT OFFERED: Isaac Gifford (NEHS) 3* 5.6 6-0/180

4 DB Tamon Lynum-CB (FLHS)(NU-Walkon) NR 6-2/177 6/21/19; Xavion Alford (TXHS) 4* 5.8 6-1/184, Lejond Cavazos (FLHS) 4* 5.8 6-2/192, Jacobe Covington (AZHS) 4* 5.8 6-2/185, Kendall Dennis-CB (FLHS) 3* 5.7 5-11/172, Marco Domio-CB (TXJC) 4* 5.8 6-2/190, Elijah Gaines-CB (VAHS) 3* 5.6 6-2/190, Brian George-CB (KSJC-2.5/2) NR 6-2/190, Alaka'i Gilman (HIHS) 3* 5.5 5-11/180, Henry Gray-CB (FLHS) 4* 5.8 6-1/180, Darion Green-Warren-CB (CAHS) 4* 5.9 6-0/173, Jalen Harrell-CB (FLHS) 4* 5.8 6-2/181, Jeremiah Harris (TXHS) 3* 5.5 6-1/195, Mike Harris (ALHS) 3* 5.6 6-0/175, Ayden Hector-CB (WAHS) 4* 5.8 6-1/185, Luke Hill-CB (MDHS) 4* 5.9 5-11/170, Garnett Hollis-CB (TNHS) 3* 5.5 6-1/180, Keontae Jenkins-CB (VAHS) 4* 5.8 5-10/165, Antonio Johnson (ILHS) 4* 5.9 6-3/180, Lorando Johnson-CB (TXHS) 4* 5.9 6-1/176, Brandon Jones-CB (CAHS) 4* 5.8 5-11/170, Jalen Kimber-CB (TXHS) 3* 5.7 6-0/167, Kamo'i Latu (HIHS) 3* 5.5 6-1/180, Clarence Lewis-CB (NJHS) 3* 5.6 6-0/180, Dontae Manning-CB (MOHS) 3* 5.7 6-0/180, Mordecai McDaniel (DCHS) 3* 5.7 6-2/185, Nehki Meredith (VAHS) 3* 5.6 5-11/170, Jordan Morant (NJHS) 4* 5.8 6-0/190, Benjamin Onwuzo-CB (FLHS) 3* 5.6 6-1/180, Makari Paige (MIHS) 4* 5.8 6-3/185, Clark Phillips-CB (CAHS) 4* 5.9 5-10/178, Anthony Prospere-CB (FLHS) NR 6-0/175, Lathan Ransom (AZHS) 4* 5.9 6-1/185, Kelee Ringo-CB (AZHS) 5* 6.1 6-1/180, Hunter Sellers (GAHS) 3* 5.5 6-0/170, Kendrick Simpkins-CB (ALHS) 3* 5.5 6-0/191 9/27/19, Myles Slusher-CB (OKHS) 4* 5.8 6-0/175, Darius Snow (TXHS) 4* 5.9 6-2/212, Deidrick Stanley Jr-CB (FLHS) 4* 5.8 5-9/175, Jaylen Stinson-CB (ALHS) NR 5-8/170, Javar Strong (ALHS) 3* 5.6 6-3/190 9/27/19, Chris Thompson Jr. (TXHS) 4* 6.0 6-2/180, Christopher Townsel-CB (FLHS) 3* 5.5 6-1/165, Bryson Washington (TXHS) 4* 5.9 (100#69) 6-3/192, Joel Williams-CB (LAHS) 4* 5.9 6-1/190, Kourt Williams (CAHS) 3* 5.6 6-0/207

Miles Brooks-CB (FLHS)(Georgia Tech) 4* 5.9 6-2/183, JaCobee Bryant-CB (ALHS)(Kansas) 3* 5.7 6-1/175, Fred Davis-CB (FLHS)(Clemson) 5* 6.1 6-2/182, Isaiah Dunson-CB (GAHS)(Florida State) 4* 5.8 6-2/175, Jaiden Francois-CB (FLHS)(Miami) 4* 5.8 6-1/182, Art Green-CB (KSJC-3.5/2)(Tennessee) 4* 5.9 6-2/201, Jaheem Joseph-CB (FLHS)(Northwestern) 3* 5.5 5-10/170, RJ Mickens (TXHS)(Clemson) 4* 6.0 6-0/187, Malachi Moore-CB (ALHS)(Alabama) 4* 5.9 6-0/175, Javier Morton-CB (GAHS)(Alabama) 4* 5.8 6-1/187, Josh Moten-CB (MDHS)(Texas A&M) 4* 5.8 (250#223) 5-11/165 6/21/19, Elias Ricks-CB (CAHS)(LSU) 5* 6.1 6-3/180, Jahquez Robinson-CB (FLHS)(Alabama) 3* 5.5 6-2/180, Rashad Torrence II (GAHS)(Florida) 4* 5.8 6-0/195, Keshawn Washington (FLHS)(Miami) 4* 5.9 6-3/190


2 ATH Ashton Hausman (NEHS)(NU-Walkon) NR 5-11/190; Justin Baker (WAHS) 3* 5.6 5-10/175, Damarcus Beckwith (ALHS) 3* 5.6 6-5/215, Jaheim Bell (GAHS) 3* 5.7 6-3/210, Cartavious Bigsby (GAHS) 4* 6.0 6-1/195, Kevontre Bradford (TXHS) 3* 5.6 6-0/180, Brian Branch (GAHS) 3* 5.7 6-1/178, Semaj Brown (ILHS) 3* 5.5 6-2/190, Cullen Coleman (NYHS) 3* 5.6 6-3/220, Teriyon Cooper (MOHS) 4* 5.9 5-10/182, Ja'khi Douglas (LAHS) 4* 5.8 5-9/184, Jacob Freeman (GAHS) 3* 5.6 5-10/175, James Frenchie (MOHS) 3* 5.7 5-9/175, Arik Gilbert (GAHS) 5* 6.1 6-5/248, Fenley Graham (FLHS) 3* 5.5 5-11/165, Jacarrion Green (TXHS) 3* 5.5 6-3/167, Xzavier Henderson (FLHS) 3* 5.7 6-4/185, Jimmy Holiday (MSHS) 3* 5.5 6-1/180, Caziah Holmes (FLHS) 4* 5.8 5-11/181, Allen Horace (TXHS) 3* 5.6 6-5/220, Ja'Quinden Jackson (TXHS) 4* 5.9 6-2/219, Terry Lockett (OHHS) 4* 5.8 6-0/170, Cameron Martinez (MIHS) 3* 5.7 5-10/185, Marcellus Moore (ILHS) 3* 5.6 5-8/165, Jaden Navarrette (CAHS) 4* 5.8 6-3/235, Lawaun Powell (ILHS) 3* 5.6 6-0/191, Mike Robertson (GAHS) 3* 5.6 6-0/175, Eric Shaw (ALHS) 3* 5.7 6-4/200, Wesley Steiner (GAHS) 3* 5.7 6-0/218, Kristian Story (ALHS) 4* 5.9 6-2/198, Sidney Williams (ALHS) 3* 5.7 6-3/200

Marcus Fleming (FLHS)(Miami) 4* 5.8 5-11/165, J. Green-McKnight (FLHS)(Florida State) 4* 5.8 6-1/200, Curtis Jacobs (MDHS)(Penn State) 4* 5.8 6-2/220, Lamareon James (VAHS)(North Carolina) 3* 5.5 5-10/170, T Lee (GAHS)(Arizona State) 3* 5.7 5-11/165, Drew Sanders (TXHS)(Oklahoma) 4* 5.9 6-5/212, Ladarius Tennison (FLHS)(Miami) 3* 5.6 5-10/185, De'Rickey Wright (ALHS)(Alabama) 3* 5.7 6-4/215
 

HuskerInOkieland

All American
10 Year Member
Nebraska lands a big fish in Blaise Gunnerson. I changed his listing to OLB from DE since that is likely his destination.

Forget the rating here. Gunnerson was injured last year and should receive a huge bump once he shows he's healthy for his senior season.

IMO-Gunnerson was the #1 target on the board at this point. He projects as a pass rushing beast off the edge.
 

Fort Husker

Recruit
Yes! Been looking forward to this post.

Can cross off RB Reggie Love and OL Marcus Harper, both headed to Illinois. Lovie Smith is assembling a good amount of talent he'll never get to coach.
DBs RJ Mickens and Fred Davis have both now committed to Clemson. They're getting whoever they want right now.

Tough to discern top targets at this point but this is what I gather:

QB
Logan Smothers

WR
Zavier Betts
Xavier Watts
Muhsin Muhammad

RB

Deondre Jackson



OL
Turner Corcoran
Roger Rosengarten
Reece Atteberry
Jeffery Persi



DL
Nash Hutmacher
Jamar Sekona
Blaise Gunnerson
Logan Jones Iowa



LB
Antonio Doyle
Quandarrius Robinson

DB
Dontae Manning

ATH
Lawaun Powell

Would be curious to know others thoughts here.
After a flurry of activity this summer, Frost and co. will have to re-set the board for the late summer/early fall.

QB
Logan Smothers

Summary: All wrapped up here rather nicely.

WR
Zavier Betts
Xavier Watts Notre Dame
Muhsin Muhammad Texas A&M
Ajou Ajou
William Nixon
Thad Johnson
Omar Manning (JUCO)
Dominic Watt (JUCO)

Summary: Ajou Ajou appears to be down to Clemson and NU at this time. Have to hope Clemson fills up at WR before he decides. He would be a real coup as he's got a ton of upside. Huskers are in the final two for Manning. If they get him, its doubtful they also take Dominic Watt. Losing Xavier Watts hurts but now appear to be the favorite for William Nixon, who has a similar skill set. Walters will need to identify a few more prospects over the next couple months as the Huskers have needs here. Luckily there's always a lot of WR talent to go around.

RB
Marvin Scott III
Sevion Morrison
Deondre Jackson Texas A&M

Summary: Nebraska appears to be the odds on favorite for Morrison. Wouldn't rule out getting Scott too, which I'm hopeful for as he looks like a game changer. Good situation here if we land both Morrison and Scott.

OL
Turner Corcoran
Roger Rosengarten Washington
Reece Atteberry Michigan
Jeffery Persi Michigan
Alex Conn
Hayden Pauls Iowa State

Summary: Nebraska landed its top OT prospect and in turn, the headliner of their class to date in Corcoran. Alex Conn is also a really nice looking prospect for the pipeline from the 500 mile radius. Losing our top two prospects from Colorado to other schools hurts but you have to think Austin will find another 2 or 3 prospects here like they did Fritzsche last year.

DL
Nash Hutmacher
Jamar Sekona
Blaise Gunnerson
Logan Jones Iowa
Regen Terry
Kevon Billingsley Missouri

Summary: Nebraska got its probable two top prospects at Nose Tackle and Rush End, respectively. And you have to think Nebraska is the favorite to land Sekona. Looking very good here.

LB
Antonio Doyle Missouri
Quandarrius Robinson Alabama
Choe Bryant-Strother
Malik Reed Wisconsin
Devyn Curtis

Summary: Doyle and Robinson both staying home is a big blow. Curtis appears bound for Vanderbilt. It appears to be a two man race for Bryant-Strother between NU and UCLA right now. Even if NU nabs him, they need to identify a few more big targets here.

DB
Dontae Manning Oklahoma
Josh Moten Texas A&M
Tamon Lynum
Darion Green-Warren

Summary: Another area where I'm not sure of who the top prospects are on the staff's board anymore. More names will surely emerge in the coming weeks.

ATH
Lawaun Powell

Summary: Not sure where things sit with Powell as he's still uncommitted. Have to think the staff will never hurt for finding good athletes that want to play in this offense.

Overall Summary: Never really seen a summer with this many commitments. Likely a permanent state of affairs with the early signing period. Nebraska saw quite a few of its top prospects come off the board, some of whom like Watts really hurt. However, the staff has landed arguably its top prospects at 5 positions - QB, WR, OT, NT, and RE. With the way Frost and his staff recruit, it's unlikely we see any of them decommit too. I feel good about most every position on offense, especially if we land Marvin Scott at running back. You have to trust that the staff will find some dynamic receiver talent too. And I really like our OL commits. On defense, aside from the DL, I'm a little worried about LB and DB. Fortunately, Ruud is one of our best recruiters and you have to trust that they'll find good DB talent late like they did last year landing Pola Gates, Farmer, and Wright all after the season started.
 
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All 'N' 011808

Former Walk-on
2 Year Member
After a flurry of activity this summer, Frost and co. will have to re-set the board for the late summer/early fall.

QB
Logan Smothers

Summary: All wrapped up here rather nicely.

WR
Zavier Betts
Xavier Watts Notre Dame
Muhsin Muhammad Texas A&M
Ajou Ajou
Omar Manning (JUCO)
Dominic Watt (JUCO)

Summary: Ajou Ajou appears to be down to Clemson and NU at this time. Have to hope Clemson fills up at WR before he decides. He would be a real coup as he's got a ton of upside. Huskers are in the final two for Manning. If they get him, its doubtful they also take Dominic Watt. Losing Xavier Watts hurts. Walters will need to identify a few more prospects over the next couple months as the Huskers have needs here. Luckily there's always a lot of WR talent to go around.

RB
Marvin Scott III
Sevion Morrison
Deondre Jackson Texas A&M

Summary: Nebraska appears to be the odds on favorite for Morrison. Wouldn't rule out getting Scott too, which I'm hopeful for as he looks like a game changer. Good situation here if we land both Morrison and Scott.

OL
Turner Corcoran
Roger Rosengarten Washington
Reece Atteberry Michigan
Jeffery Persi Michigan
Alex Conn
Hayden Pauls Iowa State

Summary: Nebraska landed its top OT prospect and in turn, the headliner of their class to date in Corcoran. Alex Conn is also a really nice looking prospect for the pipeline from the 500 mile radius. Losing our top two prospects from Colorado to other schools hurts but you have to think Austin will find another 2 or 3 prospects here like they did Fritzsche last year.

DL
Nash Hutmacher
Jamar Sekona
Blaise Gunnerson
Logan Jones Iowa
Regen Terry
Kevon Billingsley Missouri

Summary: Nebraska got its probable two top prospects at Nose Tackle and Rush End, respectively. And you have to think Nebraska is the favorite to land Sekona. Looking very good here.

LB
Antonio Doyle Missouri
Quandarrius Robinson Alabama
Choe Bryant-Strother
Malik Reed Wisconsin

Summary: Doyle and Robinson both staying home is a big blow. It appears to be a two man race for Bryant-Strother between NU and UCLA right now. Even if NU nabs him, they need to identify a few more big targets here.

DB
Dontae Manning Oklahoma
Josh Moten Texas A&M
Tamon Lynum
Darion Green-Warren

Summary: Another area where I'm not sure of who the top prospects are on the staff's board anymore. More names will surely emerge in the coming weeks.

ATH
Lawaun Powell

Summary: Not sure where things sit with Powell as he's still uncommitted. Have to think the staff will never hurt for finding good athletes that want to play in this offense.

Overall Summary: Never really seen a summer with this many commitments. Likely a permanent state of affairs with the early signing period. Nebraska saw quite a few of its top prospects come off the board, some of whom like Watts really hurt. However, the staff has landed arguably its top prospects at 5 positions - QB, WR, OT, NT, and RE. With the way Frost and his staff recruit, it's unlikely we see any of them decommit too. I feel good about most every position on offense, especially if we land Marvin Scott at running back. You have to trust that the staff will find some dynamic receiver talent too. And I really like our OL commits. On defense, aside from the DL, I'm a little worried about LB and DB. Fortunately, Ruud is one of our best recruiters and you have to trust that they'll find good DB talent late like they did last year landing Pola Gates, Farmer, and Wright all after the season started.
Add WR William Nixon from TX to that list.
 

Purple Prof

Recruit
Yep forgot Nixon and Thad Johnson too. Added them in. Also added Devyn Curtis though he's likely staying home.
Would Walters be looking at someone like WR Quentin Johnston? One of the last uncommitted highly ranked players, but without a ton of offers and apparently very quiet about his recruitment. From an interview on a Longhorn site, is looking for a school with a “homey feel” and plans on majoring in business. Measurables seem to fit.

 
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Huskerthom

All Legend
5 Year Member
Would Walters be looking at someone like WR Quentin Johnston? One of the last uncommitted highly ranked players, but without a ton of offers and apparently very quiet about his recruitment. From an interview on a Longhorn site, is looking for a school with a “homey feel” and plans on majoring in business. Measurables seem to fit.

If that means Homey like this.

Then we would be good.
If he means Homey like this.

We may not do well.
 

TnHusker87

Red Shirt
Would Walters be looking at someone like WR Quentin Johnston? One of the last uncommitted highly ranked players, but without a ton of offers and apparently very quiet about his recruitment. From an interview on a Longhorn site, is looking for a school with a “homey feel” and plans on majoring in business. Measurables seem to fit.

Without anymore info than height ... 6'4" is a pretty nice starting point for a WR.
 
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