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Player: Ciante Evans

Hometown: Arlington, TX

Position: CB

Height: 6'0''

Weight: 170 lbs.

40 time: 4.5

Visit Date: 7/31/09

Scholarships: Arizona, Arizona State, Baylor, Colorado State, Houston, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana Tech, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, TCU, Utah

Favorites: Arizona State, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, TCU, Utah

 

COMMITTED TO NEBRASKA

 

Rivals: :star:star:star

Scout: :star:star:star

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Sounds like it's now between Nebraska, Illinois, and Utah. Here's hoping we don't get Zooked.

 

Will be taking an official during the fall.

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awesome get!!!

 

 

he has a decent offer list too: Arizona, Arizona State, Baylor, Colorado State, Houston, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana Tech, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, TCU, Utah

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A 5.7 on rivals, with a good senior season he could be bumped up to a 4-star.

 

Also, anybody who has seen his film, what type of player is he?

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what a turn of events! are we on a roll or what? holy sh#t! :bounce

 

 

good job staff!!!

 

credit is due for you guys...... nice grab and working hard to make it happen

 

 

welcome to the club ciante

 

:nanalama:nanalama:nanalama:nanalama:nanalama:nanalama

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:star :star :star #37 CB/:star :star :star 5.7 #44 CB/:star :star :star 76 #45 CB -- N!

 

ESPN says:

Evans is a well-rounded defensive back with good skill-set and physical tools to develop at the next level. Is long with better-than-adequate height and looks more developed than his listed measurables. Is lean though with marginal bulk and power. Uses hands well jamming receivers off the line and taking away leverage but needs to continue filling out and improve upper-body strength. Shows a bit of stiffness at times but flips his hips, opens and redirects sharply mirroring off the line for a taller, high-cut corner. Displays good overall footwork and polished technique. Recovers quickly and can be difficult to create separation on with his body length and proper positioning. Shows promising ability as an underneath zone corner once he fills out. Anticipates the pass and shows above average burst and breaking quickness jumping and often undercutting the perimeter throw. Shows very good ball skills and soundly tracks the downfield throw. More

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i dont post much just read most of the time, i think its really funny how people were doubting this staff and now that they are on a hot streak everyone that was hating them and ready to change recruting coordinator/roll heads is now looking really dumb. Our staff obviously has a recruiting plan and whatever it is i fully trust them. Good grab this guy is a stud, goes to hs with my cousin and ive heard alot.

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everyone that was hating them and ready to change recruting coordinator/roll heads is now looking really dumb.

 

If you read further you will see that every doubter agreed that when we started winning the recruits would come.

 

I still think that the ball was dropped early on. Luckily for us, we are putting a good product on the field and it is looking like the staff has got it together.

 

BTW I am thrilled to have Ciante. Welcome to the Husker Nation!

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Couldn't find much of anything on this guy ... except for the same article Ohio Pete posted.

 

Here's a link about the team he is from ... http://www.star-telegram.com/highschools/story/1540869.html

 

He is quoted in the article as saying, "I just want our team to have that work ethic and practice hard so we can get past the second round." — CB Ciante Evans

 

Don't know if I'd say this is a "good get" ... but it is a player and he has potential according to the article. Sounds like he has desire and some leadership abilities.

 

Last year their team lost 44-0 in the second round to Denton Guyor ... ouch!

 

Hope to find more info and video's here soon. We will see.

 

SheepdogMark

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Couldn't find much of anything on this guy ... except for the same article Ohio Pete posted.

 

Here's a link about the team he is from ... http://www.star-telegram.com/highschools/story/1540869.html

 

He is quoted in the article as saying, "I just want our team to have that work ethic and practice hard so we can get past the second round." — CB Ciante Evans

 

Don't know if I'd say this is a "good get" ... but it is a player and he has potential according to the article. Sounds like he has desire and some leadership abilities.

 

Last year their team lost 44-0 in the second round to Denton Guyor ... ouch!

 

Hope to find more info and video's here soon. We will see.

 

SheepdogMark

 

"Good gets" can't really be determined until they step on the field regardless of star ranking or whatever criteria you are using to judge Ciante. As for the playoff loss, keep in mind that Adam Carriker's team went winless his senior season. He seemed to work out okay for us.

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Don't have a problem with being on a losing team ... just getting out some info on the guy that didn't see posted. Always love more "facts" on guys then "opinions".

 

SheepdogMark

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everyone that was hating them and ready to change recruting coordinator/roll heads is now looking really dumb.

 

If you read further you will see that every doubter agreed that when we started winning the recruits would come.

 

I still think that the ball was dropped early on. Luckily for us, we are putting a good product on the field and it is looking like the staff has got it together.

 

BTW I am thrilled to have Ciante. Welcome to the Husker Nation!

 

 

agreed.......... i think the staff majorly screwed up for a while... but they have been doing well so its all good right now... i think being a good fan means not always drinking the kool aid but being critical at times......

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The list of the official visitors for Nebraska included seven uncommitted guests and one commitment. The commitment, Ciante Evans, was able to make it up and see Nebraska during a game. It was everything that he wanted and more. The game day environment in Lincoln for the 300th sellout left quite an impression with Evans.

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The list of the official visitors for Nebraska included seven uncommitted guests and one commitment. The commitment, Ciante Evans, was able to make it up and see Nebraska during a game. It was everything that he wanted and more. The game day environment in Lincoln for the 300th sellout left quite an impression with Evans.

 

:) Glad he had a good time! Hope the others felt the same.

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Rivals Teaser says the coaches paid him a visit on Wed. Says he has the ability to play early at NU. Cant read the acticle, but from the teaser it sounds like the coaches are high on this kid(im sure they are with everyone from this class) Anyone got anymore info or video on this kid. Glad he chose to be N, looks like he has a decent offers list.

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Glad he chose to be N, looks like he has a decent offers list.

 

Yeah I didn't realize he had that many offers until I checked that out today. Hope he can come in and contribute. :bonez

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Rivals Teaser says the coaches paid him a visit on Wed. Says he has the ability to play early at NU. Cant read the acticle, but from the teaser it sounds like the coaches are high on this kid(im sure they are with everyone from this class) Anyone got anymore info or video on this kid. Glad he chose to be N, looks like he has a decent offers list.

 

Ciante basically said that the staff told him the think he has the athleticism to come in and play early, but that the biggest thing that holds back kids like him from playing early is the mental side of adjusting to the college game. He said he hopes to play early, but he knows it all depends on how hard his works in the off-season and when he gets on campus. Said his parents really liked the coaches and agree that he made the right decision.

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