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Recruits On-Hand for Nebraska’s 2021 Red-White Spring Game

May 01, 2021

The Huskers were able to have recruits in the building for the Red-White Spring Game but in a roundabout way, of course. We are still in an NCAA-mandated dead period so the recruits had to attend the game as fans after purchasing a ticket. The team was able to get several 2022, 2023 and 2024 prospects at the game. A handful of 2021 commits were also in attendance.

It appears that a good time was had by all who attended. Check out some of their posts from the game on social media. We’ll have coverage at Hail Varsity all weekend bring you reaction from recruits that made the trip to Lincoln.

>> Quarterback from the 2022 class MJ Morris was impressed with the atmosphere at Memorial Stadium.

>> Elkhorn South 2023 defensive end/outside linebacker Maverick Noonan was in the stadium on Saturday.

>> Alex Bullock, a 2021 wide receiver walk-on, was happy to be back at Memorial Stadium again.

>> Priority 2023 quarterback Reese Mooney made his first visit to Nebraska as a recruit.

>> Big-time 2024 defensive back Mario Buford was at the game. Buford is the younger brother of 2021 signee Marques Buford.

>> Kansas 2022 defensive lineman Jalen Marshall made the trip to Lincoln to check out the Husker spring game.

>> Longtime Husker target 2022 wide receiver/tight end Quinton Conley took in the sights on campus Saturday.

>> Spencer Arceneaux, a 2021 walk on quarterback from Alabama, has a good time in his future home on Saturday.

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