The Nebraska Cornhuskers football team had a pretty massive recruiting weekend and it seems to have gone well. An analyst believes Matt Rhule is the guy.
The Nebraska football team had its first big recruiting weekend since it’s spring game and it appears that everyone they had to come to town had a very good time. There was a total of seven recruits that are considered high priority. To a man, it appears they came away thinking that Matt Rhule and company were a heck of a group.
- Peyton Morgan, a 4-star safety, from Texas, is also considering Texas Tech, SMU & Arizona. However the Huskers are officially the front runners after Sunday.
- Mario Buford, another 4-star defensive back from Texas is considered a heavy lean ot the Nebraska Cornhuskers because is brother already plays here.
- Jacory Barney, is a 4-star wide receiver from Miami, Florida. He is a former teammate of Husker defensive back Dwight Bootle. Texas A&M and Illinois are the main competitors for his services.
- William Nettles, a 3-star receiver from Texas is going to be announcing his college next month and the Huskers are officially among the front runners.
- 3-star Omaha Central offensive lineman Caleb Pyfrom is out of Omaha, but he has a ton of big-time schools coming calling for him.
- Amare Sanders, a 3-star defensive back is yet another prospect out of Miami, Florida. He’s another one who had nothing but positives to say about his visit.
- Carlon Jones is a 3-star defensive lineman from Texas. He is a former teammate of Husker wideout Brice Turner. He’s yet another player that the Nebraska Cornhuskers hope they can haul in.
- Dontae Carter is the biggest wildcard of the bunch as he’s an unranked defensive back out of the same high school in Texas that Tommy Armstrong attended.
Other Nebraska Cornhuskers news
- Matt Rhule has been getting a ton of praise lately. The most recent came from none other than ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit who said that he believes Rhule has the right recipe to turn the Huskers around.
- In wrestling, the Huskers will send a pair of competitors to their age-level World Championships this year. Camden McDanel won his best-of-three series to earn a spot on the roster and Brock Hardy won his bracket in the U23 division.