Nebraska recruiting: Wisconsin athlete Logan Sorenson confirms Husker camp attendance

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When it comes to Nebraska recruiting, the Huskers have been on a roll. That includes an announced return visit by athlete Logan Sorenson.

When  it comes to Nebraska recruiting, Scott Frost and company has been on quite the roll. The football team got not less than four commits from last Friday until the middle of this past week.

That doesn’t mean the team is anywhere close to done. It’s going to be a wild ride to the finish line but it seems as though the coaching staff understands this and is preparing accordingly.

Frost and company have sent out a ton of offers to different players that are well known and diamond in the rough. When Frost took over in Lincoln, he talked a lot about the fact that he would be recruiting kids that were high talent but also matched what he wanted to do with his program to a “T.”

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We don’t know yet whether Logan Sorenson is one of those players that is more of an organizational guy or not, but it’s clear he’s been on the Cornhuskers’ radar and they on his.

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Earlier this week, the defensive back and wide receiver out of Wisconsin announced what football camps he was planning on attending. Among those camps he’s going to check out is the Huskers’ camp on June 22.

That is one of the Huskers’ Friday Night Lights camps that have been such a success in the last few years. When a player like Sorenson gets a look at that particular event, it’s a safe bet he’s going to definitely fall in love with what Nebraska has to offer.

In addition to a June visit to Lincoln, Sorenson said he’ll be a camp at Northwestern this weekend, Central Michigan on June 17, North Dakota State right after the Cornhuskers’ visit, and Minnesota on July 28th.

When Logan Sorenson does come to Lincoln later this month, it won’t be the first time he’s gotten a taste of how good Nebraska recruiting can be. He previously visited on April 7 and then returned for the Spring Game. It appears if the Nebraska football team wants him, there’s a very good chance they could get him.