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.
The latest edition of the Greg’s Guy’s list is out. The summer is great for clearing up who is atop Nebraska’s board and which prospects are seriously considering the program. Official visits and camp season are in full swing for a busy and important summer for the Huskers. This month’s list saw four new players make their debuts on the list.
The numbers will end up tight again this cycle for high school players. There are a lot of positions that Nebraska is in on several good players. The team will stay flexible on taking players at certain positions.
It was difficult to cut the list to 10 because the Huskers are in good position with many 2023 prospects. There is no way I could only give 10 prospects to watch. There are several players who just missed making the June list.
Let’s take a look at three players that just missed the cut.
Running Back Dontavius Braswell (Sandersville, Georgia)
The Huskers had Braswell (5-11, 200) in for an official visit the weekend of June 3. He’s another Georgia prospect that the Huskers have made great progress with this recruiting cycle. The program won’t look to take just any running back this cycle and Braswell’s talent stands out. Nebraska made a big impression on him this weekend but he has other visits lined up. He will check out Boston College and South Carolina this month. Braswell also is a standout in track and field. He was the 2A state champ in the 100m and 200m dash.
Athlete Dylan Edwards (Derby, Kansas)
Edwards (5-9, 165) is one of the better athletes in the region for the 2023 recruiting class. He took an official visit to Nebraska the weekend of May 20. The Huskers got the the chance to set the bar for Edwards even though everyone seems to be chasing Oklahoma for him. The Huskers are selling him on their ability to bring out the best in his game. His versatile skill-set was on full display as a junior when he was the Gatorade Player of the Year in Kansas. He totaled 3,214 all-purpose yards and 40 total touchdowns. Special teams coach Bill Busch is the lead recruiter for Edwards and will fight until the end.
🔥 22.03 MPH – THIRD FASTEST IN THE COUNTRY 🔥
Dylan Edwards (@dylan_edwards02) is flying 💨 Our Max Speed metric measured him as the third fastest player in the country. Game breaking speed will translate to the next level ✅ @CraigHaubert @TomLuginbill @DemetricDWarren pic.twitter.com/wPRzGRdoDn
— The Underclassman Report (@TheUCReport) June 3, 2022
Offensive Lineman Zalance Heard (Monroe, Louisiana)
The Huskers landed a player from Neville High School late in the recruiting process in the 2022 class. Could they strike again in 2023? Offensive lineman Zalance Heard (6-6, 300) is among the program’s top targets at the position this cycle. He plans to be in Lincoln for an official visit June 10 weekend. That will be his first official of the summer giving the Huskers a big opportunity. The Huskers will likely take at least one more offensive lineman this cycle.
>> The Huskers have locked in an official visit with 3-star running back Sergio Snider out of Texas.
— 𝓢𝓮𝓻𝓰𝓲𝓸 𝓢𝓷𝓲𝓭𝓮𝓻 𝓳𝓻 ²³ (@_Ser1gio) June 7, 2022
>> Nebraska made it in the top 10 for Texas EDGE Brad Spence on Tuesday.
— Brad “greedy” Spence™️ (@BradSpence_) June 7, 2022
>> Omaha North is getting back to work preparing for the upcoming season.
— Omaha North Football (@OPS_VikingsFB) June 7, 2022
>> The Huskers offered 2024 New Jersey defensive back Vaboue Toure.
— Vaboue Toure🌟 (@VabxToure) June 7, 2022
>> The Huskers are now the leaders in 4-star Louisiana wide receiver Omarion Miller’s recruitment as he told Hail Varsity.
>> Now that his recruitment is behind him Ochaun Mathis is ready to attack the next part of his journey.
>> A pair of Huskers are set to compete in the Pan American Cup.
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.