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      *NEW* Husker Football Commits - DE Casey Rogers, RB Miles Jones, WR Dominick Watt   01/16/2018

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Scott Tenorman

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  1. Tangent Thread - Paying Players Edition

    If the little league was making millions of dollars from the kids likeness, then yeah, they should at least see some of that. I don't see a problem in at least letting players make money on the free market. If somebody wants to pay you for an autograph, your jersey, or your time, what's unethical about that? And yeah, the average role player gets a good deal with free school, but the best players get undeniably screwed while they're in college. If a student on an english scholarship writes the next Harry Potter does the school deserve all of the profits?
  2. OL Jarrett Bell

    I think with the new offense there might be less of a premium put on the prototypical tackle qualities with how much they will be pulling and what not. Could be wrong, but it might be possible our ideal tackle for this offense projects more to a pro style guard than a tackle.
  3. DE Micah Parsons [Penn State- Signed LOI]

    I still think it's fair to call it a longshot. He's definitely interested, but I don't see us landing him over OSU without putting a good product on the field this season. If we win 10 games I think we have a real shot.
  4. DE Micah Parsons [Penn State- Signed LOI]

    Maybe you could use those savings for a visit to the psychiatrist.
  5. RB T.J. Pledger [Oklahoma - Signed LOI]

    There is continued discussion of Cav being on the hot seat. Much of it related to recruiting. Our head coach and not RB coach is the lead recruiter for what appears to be our top RB target?........interdasting. Yeah I was gonna ask if that was a typo. Is the head coach ever a lead recruiter?
  6. CB Brendan Radley-Hiles [Oklahoma Commit]

    Might be reading into this a bit much here. Somebody probably asked him to throw on a Florida hat, while he's in Florida....
  7. DB Houston Griffith [Notre Dame - Signed LOI]

    Well, if early playing time is what he wants then FSU might not be the best choice. Nebraska is tho!
  8. ***2018 Recruiting***

    Nope. It starts when you enroll. That's why some schools try to get guys to "grey shirt" which means they don't even enroll until the following January so they're clock doesn't start as soon. Wow never knew that. So when Alabama grey shirts guys they just hang out at home for a year?
  9. DE Micah Parsons [Penn State- Signed LOI]

    Could be. But I don't think so if he is going up to Mike Riley throwing the bones.Yeah I don't think he's trolling or anything, there's legitmate interest. He paid to come out to Lincoln on his own dime, it's not like he's just throwing GBR out on Twitter to see how many likes he gets. But 62-3, so it's going to be a tough pull.
  10. DT Michael Thompson

    Are we recruiting him at DT yet? If not, the coaches must be really confident with what we have at NT. I wouldn't share that confidence.
  11. Nebraska High School Players - Class of 2018

    It's either him or Mapieu. People would gripe either way, but I think the coaches handled it very well. How many teams would have strung Williams out just in case?
  12. CB Brendan Radley-Hiles [Oklahoma Commit]

    Bookie is a better prospect than Taylor, and I think the implication that film is irrelevant is wrong. How else does an evaluator judge a HS player? The players that perform well on film and at camps tend to do that in college as well. Regarding the height thing, sure in a perfect world he'd be 2 inches taller. A minor concern at best. An elite corner doesn't need to be that tall.
  13. DE Micah Parsons [Penn State- Signed LOI]

    Idk how much Bookie would play in with him, but it definitely can't hurt. I think we sell early playing time. He would be a star day one at Nebraska, might have to wait a year or two at OSU. Plus he is perfect for the 3-4, I'm sure he knows that. He belongs in space, not with his hand in the ground banging heads with lineman.
  14. OT Cade Beresford [Washington State - Signed LOI]

    What makes you say that? Just feel like we're hearing the same stuff about this kid. Big dude, ton of potential, just needs a few years in the program, etc. I'd rather have this kid than another guard, but it just seems like people are reaching for reasons to be optimistic. If he's has so much potential, why are we essentially the only major school offering him? This seems like we threw all our chips in on Bleich with little to no backup plan and now we're just going to take a body. That bolded phrase can and is said about just about every line commit that comes into the program. Not sure why you point it out just with this kid and tie it back to Knevel. Eh .... kind of. I don't think that's the attitude a lot of people have about Bookie, Moore, Jurgens, Chase Williams, etc. I said "line commit". I think to a certain extent you're right, but all of the line commits we have brought in since Knevel have been more polished technique wise imo. This kid just has a frame with potential, that's why I drew the comparison.
  15. OT Cade Beresford [Washington State - Signed LOI]

    What makes you say that? Just feel like we're hearing the same stuff about this kid. Big dude, ton of potential, just needs a few years in the program, etc. I'd rather have this kid than another guard, but it just seems like people are reaching for reasons to be optimistic. If he's has so much potential, why are we essentially the only major school offering him? This seems like we threw all our chips in on Bleich with little to no backup plan and now we're just going to take a body. That bolded phrase can and is said about just about every line commit that comes into the program. Not sure why you point it out just with this kid and tie it back to Knevel. Fair enough.
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