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In a fitting move because it is #WalkonWednesday, Nebraska will host its annual Home-Grown Huskers event at Memorial Stadium. Started by coach Scott Frost and his staff, the event allows current preferred walk-on commitments, preferred walk-on targets and their families to gain a deeper understanding of what it means to walk on at Nebraska.
All set for some special guest tonight. #ALLN #HomeGrown pic.twitter.com/1uxTtZ9nMM
— Kenny Wilhite (@coachwilhite) December 11, 2019
The evening consists of meeting the coaching staff, talking with academic advisers, getting financial information, a tour of the Husker locker room and a meeting with Frost. It should be noted that Frost is briefly coming off the road to attend the event having been in Kansas yesterday with a potential stop in Oklahoma today. He is expected in Florida first thing Thursday morning.
The event has been successful in the past helping to secure multiple commitments to walk on. This year’s set up is a bit different than previous year events. There is a heavier focus on the players who are already in the walk class judging from the list of scheduled attendees.
- DE Baylor Brannen
- WR Elliott Brown
- S Ashton Hausmann
- RB Trevin Luben
- OG Keegan Menning
- OLB Grant Tagge
- OL Xavier Trevino
- TE Nate Boerkircher
- P/LS Camden Witucki
- S Mason Nieman
- OL Casey Doernemann
- LB Braden Klover
- K Chase Contreraz
- OL Blayden Bayless
- OL Eli Simonson
- RB Isiah Harris
- ATH Matthias Algarin
- WR Broc Douglass
- RB Jaylon Roussell
- WR Ty Hahn
Each 2020 preferred walk-on commit for the class of 2020 is scheduled to be at the event. The only two uncommitted targets attending are Johnson-Brock standout wide receiver Ty Hahn and Omaha Burke running back Jaylon Roussell. The event should be a great night for everyone. The vast majority of players there will be starting the walk-on journey together very soon.
>> Alante Brown, a prep school wide receiver, has made it to Lincoln for his official visit. Frost will also be around to meet with him this evening before going back out on the road for a bit.
— Alante Brown (@alantebrown3) December 11, 2019
>> Huskers running back commit Sevion Morrison received a cool honor when he was named Player of the Year. It was awesome when his coaches and teammates surprised him with a video message.
Congratulations to Sevion Morrison (@SevyMorrison28), our 2019 Ford Award Player of the Year! We surprised him with a message from his coaches and teammates afterwards. @footballedison @Coach_TDaniels #okpreps pic.twitter.com/tNHIZCjIVi
— TJ Eckert (@TJEckertKTUL) December 11, 2019
>> Offensive line commit Turner Corcoran was honored on Tuesday as a top senior.
Congratulations to Lawrence Free State OL Turner Corcoran on being named KFBCA All-Senior Top 11 in Kansas! Check out his highlights here: https://t.co/opU0aJyJVb @fshssports @FootballFshs
— KFBCA (@KSHSFOOTBALL) December 10, 2019
>> Defensive line Coach Tony Tuioti was in to see Idaho defensive lineman Tanoa Togiai on Wednesday.
Thx coach @CoachTuioti92 for the visit! @HuskerFBNation pic.twitter.com/afuZyBhXz2
— Tanoa kaio togiai (@TanoaKaio) December 11, 2019
>> The Huskers picked up commit No. 15 on Wednesday when JUCO inside linebacker Eteva Muaga-Clements joined the fold.
>> We are continuing to keep you updated on the buzz (Premium) for the week with our recruiting tracker.
>> The mailbag is back with lots of Husker recruiting talk, ugly sweaters and more.
>> As Jacob Padilla writes, the Huskers need to keep focus on Hawaii while making their way to Wisconsin.
>> There is a report out that Andre Hunt and Katerian LeGrone were named in additional sexual assault cases.
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.