Nebraska Has A Massive Recruiting Weekend Coming Up

first_img Here is every player expected to make the trip to visit Nebraska football this weekend.This list is subject to change, of course, as other players could make last minute trips. Here’s who we know is expected for the event, as of today.Via the Lincoln Journal Star:QB Peter Costelli – Three-Star – Mission Viejo, CA – Unofficial VisitRB Sevion Morrison – Three-Star – Tulsa, OK – Official VisitWR Ajou Ajou – Three-Star – Brooks, AB (Canada) – Official VisitWR Zavier Betts – Four-Star – Bellevue, NE – Unofficial Visit – NEBRASKA COMMITWR Omar Manning – Three-Star (JuCo) – Lancaster, TX – Official VisitOT Alex Conn – Three-Star – Derby, KS – Unofficial VisitOT Turner Corcoran – Four-Star – Lawrence, KS – Unofficial Visit – NEBRASKA COMMITOLB Choe Bryant-Strother – Three-Star – Norcross, GA – Official VisitOLB Malik Reed – Three-Star – Chandler, AZ – Official VisitDB Tamon Lynum – Three-Star – Orlando, FL – Official VisitNEBRASKA OFFICIAL VISIT JUNE 21st – 23rd #GBR 🌽🔴 pic.twitter.com/MKgeVUSvcx— Chóe Bryant-Strother ²² (@ChoeBryant) June 11, 2019That isn’t the only recruiting action for the school this week either. Linebacker Devyn Curtis, a three-star player from Brentwood Academy in Tennessee, is on campus today.Don’t be surprised to see some serious movement around the Huskers program over the next few days.[Lincoln Journal Star] Shot of the Nebraska Cornhuskers flag.LINCOLN, NE – SEPTEMBER 08: The Nebraska Cornhuskers flag after a touchdown against the Colorado Buffaloes at Memorial Stadium on September 8, 2018 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)Nebraska is set to host its “Big Red BBQ” this weekend, which will bring a number of commits, as well as Husker recruits, to campus. It is a big opportunity for Scott Frost to add to his recruiting efforts over the next few years.Six players are set for official visits, according to multiple reports. In addition, Nebraska will have some existing commits coming to town, which can’t hurt in its recruiting efforts, as well as some recruits on unofficial.The Huskers currently have three players committed in 2020. The class ranks No. 73 in the country, but it is very early.Nebraska is coming off of a cycle in which it inked the No. 18 class in the country, so I wouldn’t worry much about the rankings yet. This weekend could go a long way towards bolstering the class.last_img read more