Nebraska hosted its second Junior Day on Saturday for the 2020 recruiting class. There were several intriguing targets who made their way to Lincoln for the event. The day was filled with activities, including lunch overlooking the field at Memorial Stadium and a presentation from Coach Scott Frost. The prospects and their families also got to take in Saturday’s practice.
Here is a roundup of the social media activity from the day.
>> Highland Community College defensive back Brian George made it to Lincoln and had a great time.
— BrianGeorge (@briangeorge1100) March 31, 2019
So did his teammate, defensive lineman Jahkeem Green.
>> Someone let 4-star outside linebacker Quandarrius Robinson know that ‘red burns brighter.’
— Quandarrius Robinson (@QueRobinson23) March 30, 2019
>> Speedy running back Brison Cobbins was in attendance and bumped into Devine Ozigbo.
I had an amazing time up in Lincoln! Nice meeting @TrulyDevine_22 and having a great time talking to him!💪🏾thanks to @CoachRHeld @coachwilhite @coach_frost @HuskerFBNation for having me up‼️🔴⚪️🌽#GBR pic.twitter.com/euwzNnBOve
— Brison Cobbins (@cobbins_brison) March 30, 2019
>> Offensive lineman Adam Vandervest made his way to Lincoln from Wisconsin and enjoyed his time in Lincoln.
— Adam Vandervest (@adamvandervest) March 30, 2019
>> Defensive tackle Tiago Sumbo and long snapper David Perez, teammates from Katy, Texas, made the trip too.
— Tiago Sumbo (@TiagoSumbo) March 31, 2019
>> There were a couple of scholarship offers that went out for the 2021 class on Saturday. Connor Colby, a 6-foot-5 and 275 pound offensive lineman from Iowa got an offer.
— Connor Colby (@ConnorColby77) March 30, 2019
>> Randolph Kpai, a linebacker from Washington High School in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, picked up an offer too. Washington High School is the same school that the Farniok brothers attended.
— Randolph D. Kpai (@d_kpai) March 30, 2019
>> Elkhorn has a lot of 2021 talent, including linemen Teddy Prochazka and Issac Zatechka from Elkhorn South and ATH Drew Christo from Elkhorn High. They were all in attendance on Saturday.
— Teddy Prochazka (@TeddyProchazka) March 30, 2019
— Isaac Zatechka (@isaacjzat) March 31, 2019
>> Director of High School Relations Kenny Wilhite thanked all the families for bringing their sons to Lincoln.
— Kenny Wilhite (@coachwilhite) March 30, 2019
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.