Nebraska Recruiting: A Time to Congratulate Huskers Taking Next Step
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Nebraska Recruiting: A Time to Congratulate Huskers Taking Next Step

May 26, 2019

Recruiting never stops and it's easy to miss the top stories day-to-day. Recruiting analyst Greg Smith recaps all things Nebraska recruiting news, analysis and more so you never miss a thing.


For many of Nebraska football’s incoming freshmen, the next few weeks are their last moments to spend with friends and family at home before heading off to begin their college careers. 

We can often get caught up things like rankings, how many players will be immediate impact guys and who are the sleepers of the class. Because of that, we can also sometimes lose sight of the fact that these are young men closing a big chapter of their lives and starting a new and exciting one in Lincoln. 

There appears to have been quite a few graduations over the weekend, including a lot in the state of Nebraska. One cool thing that I noticed on social media is that some of the Nebraska early enrollees got a chance to go back home and enjoy graduation ceremonies and parties with their families. 

And that’s not all. There were plenty of celebrations occurring for the future Huskers around the country as well.

This is a special time for all the families that are going through this transition. So before we get back to the talk about positions and who is impressing in summer workouts, lets take a quick moment to say congratulations to everyone involved. 

Recruit Watch

>> Nebraska is firmly in the top 8 for junior college defensive tackle Perrion Winfrey from Iowa Western Community College.

>> Avante Dickerson, a 2021 cornerback from Omaha Westside, was invited to the Prime 21 camp in July hosted by Deion Sanders.

>> Nebraska made the cut for Bengally Kamara, a 3-star linebacker from Ohio.

>> Jacobe Covington, one of the top defensive backs in the country, still has the Huskers in the mix after cutting his list down. 

>> Big offensive line target Roger Rosengarten trimmed his list to two and the Huskers did not make the cut. 

ICYMI

>> Being under the radar is just fine for Rahmir Johnson as long as he can just keep running. 

>> Take a look a what Derrick Walker can bring the table (Premium) for Nebraska basketball according to Jacob Padilla. 

>> Incoming defensive back Myles Farmer is eager to get to Lincoln and get working with his teammates. 

>> Check out the photos from Nebraska’s 7-3 win over Michigan that eliminated the Wolverines from the Big Ten Tournament. 

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