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Nebraska Recruiting: Huskers Active With Offers at Texas High School

April 13, 2020

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.


Coming out of the weekend we saw another slew of offers sent out by Nebraska for the 2022 recruiting class. We haven’t seen many 2021 offers go out recently. The Huskers are using the slowdown to get deep film evaluations of prospects in future classes. 

The Huskers have been reaching out and building relationships with 2022 and 2023 prospects over the last several weeks. That by itself is pretty standard operating procedure. Here's what caught my eye about the recent run of offers. Nebraska offered scholarships to four prospects from Duncanville High School in Texas. 

The first offer was announced by linebacker Jordan Crook on Monday. The defender stands at 6-foot, 205 pounds. The Huskers are now one of 15 offers for the Texan who also holds offers from USC, Baylor and Georgia Tech.

“I was very thankful to receive the offer,” Crook said. “Nebraska is a very good team.”

Offensive lineman Cameron Williams was the next to announce his offer. As a sophomore he already checks in at an impress 6-foot-6, 320 pounds. He already holds offers from Auburn, Texas A&M, LSU, Oklahoma and several others. Williams seems well on his way to being a big-time recruit. 

Williams said he was “surprised and happy” when Nebraska offered him. The Huskers weren’t done offering players at Duncanville. Fellow offensive lineman Jaylen Early announced his scholarship next. Early is also sought-after with early offers from Ohio Sate, Oklahoma, Penn State, Texas A&M and more. 

Early is also sought-after with early offers from Ohio State, Oklahoma, Penn State, Texas A&M and more. The final Duncanville player of the day to receive an offer from the Huskers is defensive end/outside linebacker Omari Abor. He has a great frame (6-4, 240) and could grow into a defensive end or stay lean and play outside linebacker in an 3-4 defense.

Abor is also being heavily recruited. Oklahoma, Texas and Alabama are some schools after him early. Crook told me that all the college attention for him and his teammates is a great thing because it shows the talent that they have. Having at least four Division I players on the same high school team is not easy accomplishment. Especially since each prospect has been identified early in the process by major schools. Last season Duncanville went 15-1 and appeared in its second straight Texas 6A state championship game.

Recruit Watch

>> Omaha Burke 2022 outside linebacker Devon Jackson was offered by Missouri on Monday. 

>> The Huskers made the cut to eight for 2021 Oklahoma running back Javion Hunt on Sunday. 

>> Ohio athlete CJ Hicks (6-4, 215) was offered by Nebraska on Monday. The 2022 prospect could play either side of the ball and college.

ICYMI

>> In his latest column Derek Peterson makes the case for Cam Taylor-Britt as one of the Huskers next breakout stars. 

>> The Huskers got 50 wins during the 2000 baseball season but needed two more writes Mike Babcock.

>> What exactly does a Fred Hoiberg point guard look like? Jacob Padilla is here (Premium) to break it down. 

>> Jack Riggins is the guest on the latest Moore To It Podcast to discuss the leadership on athletic teams, among other topics. 

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