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Late last week, Arizona pass rusher Regen Terry made his way to Lincoln for an unofficial visit. The Arizona defender—who stands at 6-foot-4 and 225 pounds—stopped by Lincoln during a tour of area colleges. He also stopped at Kansas State, Iowa State and Boise State.
Had an phenomenal visit at Nebraska today🔴⚪️!!! Thankyou @CoachTuioti92 @coach_frost @HuskerFBNation @CoachChinander for the great hospitality!!! #Huskers pic.twitter.com/NjFKoJOz3s
— RT7🏈🐕 (@RT_0052) June 7, 2019
I caught up with Terry via direct message to see how his visit went.
“I was very impressed with everything,” Terry said. “The staff does a really good job with the phenomenal equipment to help to the players play. Their system is effective and efficient. They’re going to be ready when game week comes around.”
Terry made the trip with his dad who had the same reaction to what they saw in Nebraska. The visit went so well that Terry said they already scheduled a return trip for an official visit.
When asked what he is most looking for in a school, Terry said it is “the quality of people that are going to be around me so I can develop as good and fast as I can.”
If that is his No. 1 criteria, then Nebraska will be in it with him until the end, given development is what this staff is known for. Nebraska has seen a lot of talent come through Lincoln over the last few weeks and that will only increase as the Huskers start to host camps and big events.
>> Recent wide receiver visitor Thaddeus Johnson posted his pictures from his trip to Lincoln.
Get Ya Popcorn Ready #GBR🔴🌽 pic.twitter.com/6U5XvFUt11
— uosuɥoɾ snǝɐppɐɥʇ (@thadjohnson0) June 7, 2019
>> Omaha Burke running back Jaylon Roussell is continuing to see his recruitment pick up steam. He picked up an offer from Iowa Western Community College on Friday.
Blessed to receive my fourth offer from Iowa western!!! @CoachAaronTerry pic.twitter.com/dcu0kjjYma
— Jaylon Roussell7️⃣ (@jaylonroussell) June 8, 2019
>> Highland Community College lineman Travis Geiger enjoyed the edit that the Huskers sent him this weekend. Geiger also tweeted that he is ready to start taking visits.
I like that👀👀👀🔥 pic.twitter.com/fteM206Cip
— Travis Geiger Jr. (@travisgeiger75) June 7, 2019
>> Will Nixon, another recent wide receiver visitor, posted a literal fire Nebraska edit.
Fire edit🔥🔥 @CoachWalters1 @CoachRHeld @coach_frost pic.twitter.com/FoqGtv3q5B
— William Nixon (@william_nixonTD) June 8, 2019
>> Big-time 2021 defensive end/outside linebacker Travion Ford was back in Lincoln and enjoyed his trip.
Loved being back @HuskerFBNation. The coaching staff showed me mad love today💯 The personal tour with the staff was 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 @coach_frost @CoachChinander @coachwilhite @NEB_Recruiting #Huskers #Blackshirts pic.twitter.com/jRtxHJk10o
— Travion Ford ® (@Tre_Got_Skills) June 8, 2019
>> Love or Hate is back to discuss all things Big Ten by Derek Peterson.
>> Hail Varsity caught up with 4-star LB Cody Simon after his official visit to Nebraska.
>> Jacob Padilla is here to tell you about the former Huskers’ unique path to the 2019 volleyball Nations League.
Greg is the Recruiting Analyst for Hail Varsity and has covered Husker athletics since 2013. He has always had a passion for sports while growing up in the Chicago area. As he got older and had to hang up his cleats and sneakers, he realized his passion for sports went beyond just watching and attending games. He has covered many events from the Rose Bowl to championship boxing matches. If he’s not talking sports, he’s hovering over his grill. He is married to an amazing woman, Kim, and they have a dog that barks when Greg yells at the TV during games.