Nebraska Football: Taking stock of Huskers’ talented wide receivers

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LINCOLN, NE – APRIL 21: A sell out crowd of over 86,000 watches action during the Spring game at Memorial Stadium on April 21, 2018 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)

The wide receiver position is deep for Nebraska football.

Nebraska football has a lot to work with at wide receiver. Although they may not be top-heavy in terms of veterans, they certainly have players that will be able to help them. The 2020 class is a big reason why this position should work out so well in Nebraska’s favor.

After having some depth issues last year, that should not be a problem this year. Now, we should begin to see some of the key players who were a part of the 2018 recruiting class as well as the emergence of veterans. The combination of youth and veteran players should create a balanced and explosive unit. Looking at the roster right now, I do feel comfortable saying that Nebraska has one of the better wide receiving units in the Big Ten. That is a credit to Scott Frost and his staff.

I give my thoughts about the wide receiver room and what to look forward to in 2020.

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