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  1. huskerfan702

    OLB Dylan Jordan [TCU - Signed LOI]

    Its all a crapshoot. But seeing guys go from a small amount of attention to 4 stars. I'd say its enough to see the staff recognizes talent at a pretty high level
  2. huskerfan702

    OLB Dylan Jordan [TCU - Signed LOI]

    The staff closed so strong last year that I thought they'd do the same again. Sucks we've taken a few losses but on the bright side they've been in on some under the radar guys 2 years in a row.
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    WR Charles Njoku [UCLA Commit]

    Everyone wants to match the SEC and ACC speed but the real test is the size and physicality. Bama blended those two aspects better than anybody for a decade. The two teams who I saw who truly outmatched bama in the past 5 years were this seasons Clemson and 2014 OSU. 3 out of the 4 best WRs on those teams were over 6ft 3 and the 4th was 6ft 1. The higher the level of competition the better the man to man coverage will be and the need for a wider catch radius is amplified. Yes this offense puts playmakers in space but a big reason Oregon could never climb the mountain was because no matter the Xs and Os their players could never matchup. Weve seen tons of teams go spread and put up points in the regular season just to fall flat when it matter aka Chokelahoma
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    WR Charles Njoku [UCLA Commit]

    Saying we need a big bodied WR turned out worse than calling an offensive lineman a project. But if the staff offered and spent resources recruiting him I’d assume they would like a big bodied WR on the roster
  5. huskerfan702

    CB D.J. James [Oregon Commit]

    He shared a lot of Oregon stuff and seems to be close to Donte Williams. Him and Noa together would’ve been great. I’d rather recruit the position really hard next year and finish up with njoku pola mao Lockhart and Jordan
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    JUCO DT Tony Fair [UAB Commit]

    We don't have any room to criticize anyone's defense
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    JUCO DT Tony Fair [UAB Commit]

    UAB is coming off a conference championship, consecutive bowl appearances and had the #7 defense in college football. I'd say he rebounded pretty nice
  8. huskerfan702

    CB D.J. James [Oregon Commit]

    Honestly I like starks as an athlete and big play potential but James seems like a more natural CB.
  9. huskerfan702

    S Noa Pola-Gates [Nebraska - Signed LOI]

    Based on frost’s conference and him cutting his list to 3. He’s either signed or a decision has been made. He’s N!
  10. huskerfan702

    DB Jamel Starks [Louisville - Signed LOI]

    Some people in this thread have probably said the exact same thing about him
  11. huskerfan702

    DE Brant Banks [Nebraska - Signed LOI]

    Dude looks like Latimer from The Program. That's enough for me
  12. huskerfan702

    S Noa Pola-Gates [Nebraska - Signed LOI]

    Mike locksley to Maryland might’ve just made this a little more complicated. Depending on who he brings over from the Alabama defensive staff and their relationship with Demarcco Hellams. May open up the Alabama green light to commit. I think we are a fall back option with Noa and the longer this plays out the less I feel comfortable with the distance between us the schools making up ground late.
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    WR Charles Njoku [UCLA Commit]

    Matchup. Nightmare.
  14. huskerfan702

    JUCO LB Amare Barno [Virginia Tech - Signed LOI]

    Moves good for his height and plays well with his hands. Sign him up!
  15. huskerfan702

    OT Jimmy Fritzsche [Nebraska - Signed LOI]

    I'm not opposed to taking projects. Some guys are late bloomers and most likely will move better. I'm definitely tired of seeing guys fire out of their stance with two left feet but if we are gonna make a jump to contend on the national level it starts up front. Personally id rather see a few more players that talent evaluators have identified as an elite player. Playing in a spread is gonna help disguise some weak spots but that's one area you cant hide once we take that next step to compete for the conference or on the national level. Look at those Oregon teams during the Chip Kelly era. 2018 1ST ROUND PICKS Quenton Nelson , OL Notre Dame 4 Stars 61 Overall (2014) Billy Price , OL Ohio State 4 Stars 211Overall (2013) Isaiah Wynn , OL Georgia 4 Stars 110 Overall (2014) Frank Ragnow , OL Arkansas 4 Stars 324 Overall (2014) Kolton Miller , OL UCLA 3 Stars 371 Overall (2014)
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