Four-star defensive back Mario Goodrich tells Hail Varsity his official visit plans and shares his thoughts on enrolling early.
4-star defensive back Mario Goodrich and his Lee’s Summit West team opened with a win on Friday. Recruiting analyst Greg Smith was there and offers his impressions.
Nebraska already has plenty to sell potential student-athletes, but AD Shawn Eichorst says the new home of the College of Business, Howard L. Hawks Hall, is a “game changer.”
Nebraska lost a commit at wide receiver on Thursday, but there are a number of names to know at the position in 2018.
What direction will Nebraska lean at running back and who are some of the young guys sticking out as week three winds down? We discuss with Derek Peterson of Hail Varsity. CFB Insider Brad Edwards stops by to talk college QB’s in 2017 and Husker offensive line great Rob Zatechka gives his take on the guys.
The talented wide receiver from Texas with a slew of big-time offers will take a trip to Lincoln for one of his official visits this fall.
Nebraska has to replace its two starting tight ends from last year, but a new quarterback and the emergence of Tyler Hoppes could mean big things for the position this season.
There aren’t many outlets projecting 10 wins for Nebraska in 2017, but with a few lucky bounce and an upset or two let’s at least consider what it could be like on the recruiting front.
Nebraska has some veterans at linebacker but players like Avery Roberts, Mohamed Barry and Guy Thomas are looking to carve out roles for themselves in 2017.
Nebraska enters the race for one of the best players in Iowa, 4-star defensive end John Waggoner.