The Huskers will have their Red-White Spring Game on Saturday, May 1. It will be the first time a large number of fans get to put eyes on Coach Scott Frost’s team in person since the 2019 season. Currently 50% capacity is allowed at the game so fans will be in attendance. Since fans can attend, so can recruits if they buy their own tickets.
This has become a nice workaround for prospects and their families who are looking to get a closer look at the programs they are considering. We know that outside of self-guided tours prospects haven’t been on campuses in the last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Even though prospects are coming to town for the game on Saturday we are still in an NCAA-mandated dead period.
That means that prospects can’t have contact with the Nebraska coaches or enter the athletic facilities for tours. The Huskers aren’t technically hosting any visitors but plenty of players are making their way to Lincoln for the game.
One of the two Husker commits for 2022 plans to be in attendance. Columbus linebacker Ernest Hausmann was at the open practice the Huskers held April 17. He figures to be a fixture on campus any time recruits are allowed to be around. Hausmann will be a key peer recruiter for the weekend. The headliner for the entire weekend figures to be 4-star quarterback MJ Morris. The Atlanta native is hoping to get a better look at the Huskers offense as he cuts down his list of potential schools.
Stay tuned to Hail Varsity for updates to the visit list as we get closer to the spring game.
ILB Ernest Hausmann (Columbus, Nebraska)
4-star QB MJ Morris (Atlanta, Georgia)
3-star OL Valen Erickson (Chicago, Illinois)
3-star ATH Jaren Kanak (Hays, Kansas)
3-star DL Chris McClellan (Owasso, Oklahoma)
3-star ILB Gavin Meyers (Hays, Kansas)
3-star WR Landon Samson (Southlake, Texas)
TE Jaden Hamm (Eudora, Kansas)
QB Reese Mooney (Denham Springs, Louisiana)
DL Maverick Noonan (Elkhorn, Nebraska)
WR Shelton Sampson (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)
OLB Teitum Tuioti (Lincoln, Nebraska)
WR Dae’vonn Hall (Omaha, Nebraska)