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C N Red    1,210

King Frazier frm Lee Summit MO announced today that he will walk on to NU!!! Suck on that recruiting haters.

 

He is a 6 foot 200 pound RB, who is actually a 3 :star :star :star recruit accring to Rivals. John Garrison led the way on this one.

Talman was on 1620 earlier and he was raving about how we got King to walk-on. He seemed pretty impressed with the kid and thinks this is a total steal. Hopefully we can keep him in the fold and get him signed before anyone discovers him.

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C N Red    1,210

Seriously, if we actually get all these guys to walk on I think the class could rank in the top 75 if the kids were actually to be graded fairly.

 

Gotta give Jamrog a big attaboy.

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PaulCrewe    1,716

Trey Foster the bookend TE opposite Sam Cotton at Lincoln Southeast becomes Walk On #18. 6'2, 240

 

A Lineman from Ralston also will walk on. The name slips my mind right now.

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Trey Foster the bookend TE opposite Sam Cotton at Lincoln Southeast becomes Walk On #18. 6'2, 240

 

A Lineman from Ralston also will walk on. The name slips my mind right now.

 

Brad Simpson. Rivals has him listed at LB. The walk-on class keeps a growin. GBR!

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caveman99    199

Trey Foster the bookend TE opposite Sam Cotton at Lincoln Southeast becomes Walk On #18. 6'2, 240

 

That is good news, several of the anti-Cotton posters on various boards said that this young man was pretty impressive and is better than Sam. I think Sam will pro e everyone wrong, but this young man could be a good player as well.

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BigRedN    242

Trey Foster the bookend TE opposite Sam Cotton at Lincoln Southeast becomes Walk On #18. 6'2, 240

 

That is good news, several of the anti-Cotton posters on various boards said that this young man was pretty impressive and is better than Sam. I think Sam will pro e everyone wrong, but this young man could be a good player as well.

 

It's actually bad news for Sam ... cause if Trey does well then people will say Sam's scholarship was wasted and we could have used it on Curry ... which would be true ... if we look back to this time a few years down the road. I'm not gonna be a hatin' on any Cotton player however.

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PaulCrewe    1,716

Trey Foster the bookend TE opposite Sam Cotton at Lincoln Southeast becomes Walk On #18. 6'2, 240

 

A Lineman from Ralston also will walk on. The name slips my mind right now.

 

Brad Simpson. Rivals has him listed at LB. The walk-on class keeps a growin. GBR!

That's him. +1 And yes he is a LB, don't know why I had OL in my head.

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Dewiz    1,341

So far we have these guys walking-on:

 

RB King Frazier: Lee's Summit (Mo.), 6-0, 200

 

OL/DL Dylan Utter: Papillion-La Vista, 6-3, 300

 

DE Ross Dzuris: Plattsmouth, 6-4, 230

 

WR/DB Brandon Reilly: Lincoln Southwest, 6-2, 180

 

P/WR/DB Sam Foltz: Grand Island, 6-2, 190

 

RB Jordan Nelson: Omaha Burke, 5-7, 175

 

FB Carson Collins: Omaha Burke, 5-10, 220

 

WR Cole Chvatal: Wahoo Bishop Neumann, 6-0, 185

 

LB Mitch McCann: Omaha Burke, 6-2, 225

 

RB/LB Graham Nabity: Elkhorn, 6-1, 200

 

TE/DE Jared Blum: Gretna, 6-5, 235

 

OL Garret Johns: Aurora, 6-2, 270

 

K Spencer Lindsay: Kearney, 5-10, 195

 

QB Ryker Fyfe: Grand Island, 6-4, 195

 

FB/LB Taylor Hoffman: Oakland-Craig, 6-1, 200

 

TE Trey Foster: Lincoln Southeast, 6-2, 240

 

LB Brad Simpson: Ralston, 6-0, 200

 

Figured it'd be easier to have all names in one post to review.

Jeez no love for this......here let me give you a +1 and thank you for your time in making this list.

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Husker_Power    74

So far we have these guys walking-on:

 

RB King Frazier: Lee's Summit (Mo.), 6-0, 200

 

OL/DL Dylan Utter: Papillion-La Vista, 6-3, 300

 

DE Ross Dzuris: Plattsmouth, 6-4, 230

 

WR/DB Brandon Reilly: Lincoln Southwest, 6-2, 180

 

P/WR/DB Sam Foltz: Grand Island, 6-2, 190

 

RB Jordan Nelson: Omaha Burke, 5-7, 175

 

FB Carson Collins: Omaha Burke, 5-10, 220

 

WR Cole Chvatal: Wahoo Bishop Neumann, 6-0, 185

 

LB Mitch McCann: Omaha Burke, 6-2, 225

 

RB/LB Graham Nabity: Elkhorn, 6-1, 200

 

TE/DE Jared Blum: Gretna, 6-5, 235

 

OL Garret Johns: Aurora, 6-2, 270

 

K Spencer Lindsay: Kearney, 5-10, 195

 

QB Ryker Fyfe: Grand Island, 6-4, 195

 

FB/LB Taylor Hoffman: Oakland-Craig, 6-1, 200

 

TE Trey Foster: Lincoln Southeast, 6-2, 240

 

LB Brad Simpson: Ralston, 6-0, 200

 

FB Andy Janovich: Gretna, 6-1, 210

 

Figured it'd be easier to have all names in one post to review.

Jeez no love for this......here let me give you a +1 and thank you for your time in making this list.

 

Thanks, I appreciate it! :thumbs

 

I also just added Andy Janovich, since he is technically a walk-on.

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Dewiz    1,341

I talked to my uncle who's from Omaha that officiates Football in Omaha and the surrounding areas. He officiated Grand Island when they played Omaha Brian this year and he said that Fyfe is a damn good QB and he's glad he's walking on.

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NUance    6,940

So far we have these guys walking-on:

 

RB King Frazier: Lee's Summit (Mo.), 6-0, 200

 

OL/DL Dylan Utter: Papillion-La Vista, 6-3, 300

 

DE Ross Dzuris: Plattsmouth, 6-4, 230

 

WR/DB Brandon Reilly: Lincoln Southwest, 6-2, 180

 

P/WR/DB Sam Foltz: Grand Island, 6-2, 190

 

RB Jordan Nelson: Omaha Burke, 5-7, 175

 

FB Carson Collins: Omaha Burke, 5-10, 220

 

WR Cole Chvatal: Wahoo Bishop Neumann, 6-0, 185

 

LB Mitch McCann: Omaha Burke, 6-2, 225

 

RB/LB Graham Nabity: Elkhorn, 6-1, 200

 

TE/DE Jared Blum: Gretna, 6-5, 235

 

OL Garret Johns: Aurora, 6-2, 270

 

K Spencer Lindsay: Kearney, 5-10, 195

 

QB Ryker Fyfe: Grand Island, 6-4, 195

 

FB/LB Taylor Hoffman: Oakland-Craig, 6-1, 200

 

TE Trey Foster: Lincoln Southeast, 6-2, 240

 

LB Brad Simpson: Ralston, 6-0, 200

 

FB Andy Janovich: Gretna, 6-1, 210

 

Figured it'd be easier to have all names in one post to review.

Jeez no love for this......here let me give you a +1 and thank you for your time in making this list.

 

Thanks, I appreciate it! :thumbs

 

I also just added Andy Janovich, since he is technically a walk-on.

Nice list Husker_Power. +1 to you. No, two +1s. Hey, it's a good list! :thumbs:

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C N Red    1,210

So far we have these guys walking-on:

 

RB King Frazier: Lee's Summit (Mo.), 6-0, 200

 

OL/DL Dylan Utter: Papillion-La Vista, 6-3, 300

 

DE Ross Dzuris: Plattsmouth, 6-4, 230

 

WR/DB Brandon Reilly: Lincoln Southwest, 6-2, 180

 

P/WR/DB Sam Foltz: Grand Island, 6-2, 190

 

RB Jordan Nelson: Omaha Burke, 5-7, 175

 

FB Carson Collins: Omaha Burke, 5-10, 220

 

WR Cole Chvatal: Wahoo Bishop Neumann, 6-0, 185

 

LB Mitch McCann: Omaha Burke, 6-2, 225

 

RB/LB Graham Nabity: Elkhorn, 6-1, 200

 

TE/DE Jared Blum: Gretna, 6-5, 235

 

OL Garret Johns: Aurora, 6-2, 270

 

K Spencer Lindsay: Kearney, 5-10, 195

 

QB Ryker Fyfe: Grand Island, 6-4, 195

 

FB/LB Taylor Hoffman: Oakland-Craig, 6-1, 200

 

TE Trey Foster: Lincoln Southeast, 6-2, 240

 

LB Brad Simpson: Ralston, 6-0, 200

 

Figured it'd be easier to have all names in one post to review.

Jeez no love for this......here let me give you a +1 and thank you for your time in making this list.

I would put our walk on class against any team in the nation. This is a great class. Gotta give props to Jamrog, he's straight killing it!!

 

Really excited for King Frazier, think Blum could be a good TE for us, Lindsay the kicker from Kearney could help in the future, Fyfer has alot of upside but has some work to do, and Jankovich looks the part. Has anybody heard much about Drew Farlee from Norfolk Catholic? He's a kid I thought would be a pretty sought after kicker in the surrounding states and the best kicker in Nebraska. Really thought he would probably walk on. I think he's actually is the best kicker in Nebraska High School football and even better than Lindsay from Kearney. Really those are the guys I have done the most research on. Anyone else know much about how the others could be in the future?

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default_28    94

King Frazier not on the list of walk ons Robby Painter an OL from Colorado is on the list.

 

Edit: They can only release the names of 18 of the 19 walk ons so the 19th may be King. I would think you'd release his name over a kicker but that's just me.

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C N Red    1,210

Bo said in his press conference theres one more walkon they didnt release but that he is coming to Nebraska. If Frazier I wonder what the deal is. Anyone know? I was really excited about Frazier.

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Husker_Power    74
So far we have these guys walking-on:

 

RB King Frazier: Lee's Summit (Mo.), 6-0, 200

 

OL/DL Dylan Utter: Papillion-La Vista, 6-3, 300

 

DE Ross Dzuris: Plattsmouth, 6-4, 230

 

WR/DB Brandon Reilly: Lincoln Southwest, 6-2, 180

 

P/WR/DB Sam Foltz: Grand Island, 6-2, 190

 

RB Jordan Nelson: Omaha Burke, 5-7, 175

 

FB Carson Collins: Omaha Burke, 5-10, 220

 

WR Cole Chvatal: Wahoo Bishop Neumann, 6-0, 185

 

LB Mitch McCann: Omaha Burke, 6-2, 225

 

RB/LB Graham Nabity: Elkhorn, 6-1, 200

 

TE/DE Jared Blum: Gretna, 6-5, 235

 

OL Garret Johns: Aurora, 6-2, 270

 

K Spencer Lindsay: Kearney, 5-10, 195

 

QB Ryker Fyfe: Grand Island, 6-4, 195

 

FB/LB Taylor Hoffman: Oakland-Craig, 6-1, 200

 

TE Trey Foster: Lincoln Southeast, 6-2, 240

 

LB Brad Simpson: Ralston, 6-0, 200

 

FB Andy Janovich: Gretna, 6-1, 210

 

OL Robbie Painter: Centennial (Colo.) Grandview, 6-6, 280

 

Figured it'd be easier to have all names in one post to review.

 

I finally added Robbie Painter.

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PaulCrewe    1,716

Bo said in his press conference theres one more walkon they didnt release but that he is coming to Nebraska. If Frazier I wonder what the deal is. Anyone know? I was really excited about Frazier.

You can only announce 18 walkons. They sign letters of intent to walk on, so maybe the other 18 got their paperwork in quicker than King. I dunno. He didn't sign anywhere else. Also there is always the grades potential and if this possibly could be a concern maybe Bo didn't announce him until things are shored up. Not saying this is the case, as he had a 2.9 with a 17 ACT.

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dylan    163

Pretty good walk-on class. Choi and jackson started on the line, maher was mostly a stud, and dean, stoddard and McDermott played specials.

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default_28    94

I'm resurrecting this thread because I thought it was interesting that we ended up with few differences then the list they released on signing day. Taylor Hoffman is not on the team according to the huskers.com roster. Colin Clare(pk), Aaron Gabriel(lb), Lane Hovey(wr), Greg Milliken(cb), and Evan Williams(qb) are on the team. I don't know the stories behind how these players did or didn't make the team just thought I'd point it out in case anyone else was interested.

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I'm resurrecting this thread because I thought it was interesting that we ended up with few differences then the list they released on signing day. Taylor Hoffman is not on the team according to the huskers.com roster. Colin Clare(pk), Aaron Gabriel(lb), Lane Hovey(wr), Greg Milliken(cb), and Evan Williams(qb) are on the team. I don't know the stories behind how these players did or didn't make the team just thought I'd point it out in case anyone else was interested.

 

Evan Williams is the son of Jaime Williams. Jaime Williams is a former husker TE during the 80's who just this year was hired as some sort of Assistant Athletic Director position. His son chose to follow his dad here and walk on. I watched his highlights earlier this year. He's a pretty athelitic kid with good speed and a decent arm, but he is definately undersized and doesn't just wow you in any one area or anything. I think he will provide good depth at least and who knows in 4 or 5 years. His dad is known for being a very hard worker, very intellegent, a great leader and a man with great character. If Evan is anything like his dad I think that he could contribute at some point even if not at qb.

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Nexus    630

Decided to merge the 2008, 2009, 2010 walk-on threads. If anyone wants to add the 2011, 2012 walk-ons, this thread will be the place to do so.

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Nexus    630

Are we going with 2013 here as well?

 

Yes. I can edit the first post with a simple list of walk-ons dating back to 2008 to the present. Feel free to help me out if I've missed anybody?

 

All walk-on-related discussions can go here as well since this thread is pinned.

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Nexus    630

I compiled a list of walk-ons since 2008 and posted it in the first post of this thread. Feel free to let me know if I've missed anyone?

 

In the meantime, feel free to alert me of any new walk-ons from the 2013 class and I'll add it to the first post.

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Nexus    630

Chris Weber LB 6-3 200 Elkhorn

 

Thanks for your work Nexus. It is much appreciated. :)

 

Right back atcha! ;)

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Nexus    630

Chris Weber LB 6-3 200 Elkhorn

 

Thanks for your work Nexus. It is much appreciated. :)

 

Right back atcha! ;)

How many Walkons do we have verballed so far

 

11

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flatwaterfan    56

According to Rivals, Omaha Westside FB Harrison Jordan and Lincoln Southeast RB Devin Washington will both walk-on next year. I'm pretty excited Devin Washington decided to walk-on, kid is a really good player.

 

+1. Washington looks like a real steal. Also got to love those walkon FB's & TE'S and Lineman.

 

Maybe Washington could be the slot Wr they are looking for. Or maybe a CB.

 

I think the walkon list will be smaller this year because of the number of schollies they are offering.

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Looks like we only have one DT walkon who is very undersized. Any chance we get more?

I assume the undersized DT you are talking about is Graeber who I have seen listed at 250. Definite weight room project. Lopez is also assumed to be a DT and he has been listed at 275 so not as much of a weight room project. I have even seen Ackerman listed as TE/DE/DT at 240. I'm no expert but it looks like he would have a pretty hard time getting up to DT weight from the hudl film I have watched of him, but who knows.

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watch out for Devin Washington. He has some serious athletic ability

I just watched his hudl highlights. I'm very impressed. It seems like the skill position walk-ons we have had the last couple of years have been much better than what I remember from before.

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