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Player: Quincy Russell



Hometown: San Antonio, TX

School: Sam Houston HS

Position: DT

Height: 6'3"

Weight: 280 lbs

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Scholarships offered: Arizona, Nebraska, Baylor, Mississippi St., Oklahoma, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech

 

Committed to Texas



Rivals: :star :star :star :star (#7)

Scout: :star :star :star :star (#7)

ESPN: :star :star :star :star (#22)

 

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Player: Quincy Russell

Hometown: San Antonio, TX

School: Sam Houston HS

Position: DT

Height: 6'3"

Weight: 280 lbs

40 time:

Visit Date:

Scholarships offered: Nebraska, Baylor, Mississippi St., Oklahoma, Texas, Texas Tech

 

 

Rivals:

Scout:

ESPN:

 

 

Says he has a genuine interest in Nebraska because of what they did with Suh. Looks like he is seriously considering us and recognizes Bo's defensive success.

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Player: Quincy Russell

Hometown: San Antonio, TX

School: Sam Houston HS

Position: DT

Height: 6'3"

Weight: 280 lbs

40 time:

Visit Date:

Scholarships offered: Nebraska, Baylor, Mississippi St., Oklahoma, Texas, Texas Tech

 

 

Rivals:

Scout:

ESPN:

 

 

Says he has a genuine interest in Nebraska because of what they did with Suh. Looks like he is seriously considering us and recognizes Bo's defensive success.

 

 

This guy, this guy and this guy have said the same thing. It's called the "Suh-cruiting Effect". :bonez

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He said he'll chose a school who has a good architectural engineering program and which team is heading in the right direction. He also wants to go to a place where his mother and grandmother can see him play and wants to go to a school where the coach has coached there more than one year. How is UNL's architectural engineering program?

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Its funny how OU had a great DT in Gerald Mccoy and nobody is talking about him because Suh really was THAT good. Suh has helped our DL recruiting so much. We will not swing and miss on too many of the DL prospects that we really want.

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He said he'll chose a school who has a good architectural engineering program and which team is heading in the right direction. He also wants to go to a place where his mother and grandmother can see him play and wants to go to a school where the coach has coached there more than one year. How is UNL's architectural engineering program?

 

The AE program is excellent here. Check the link for more info.

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He said he'll chose a school who has a good architectural engineering program and which team is heading in the right direction. He also wants to go to a place where his mother and grandmother can see him play and wants to go to a school where the coach has coached there more than one year. How is UNL's architectural engineering program?

 

The AE program is excellent here. Check the link for more info.

 

We are the University of NEBRASKA arent we? :)

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He said he'll chose a school who has a good architectural engineering program and which team is heading in the right direction. He also wants to go to a place where his mother and grandmother can see him play and wants to go to a school where the coach has coached there more than one year. How is UNL's architectural engineering program?

 

The AE program is excellent here. Check the link for more info.

 

We are the University of NEBRASKA arent we? :)

 

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Of course.

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He said he'll chose a school who has a good architectural engineering program and which team is heading in the right direction. He also wants to go to a place where his mother and grandmother can see him play and wants to go to a school where the coach has coached there more than one year. How is UNL's architectural engineering program?

 

The AE program is excellent here. Check the link for more info.

 

Did I read that wrong or isn't it offered in Omaha, not Lincoln. I'm assuming it's in partnership with UNL so obviously he'd be fine - but traveling back and forth to Omaha between practice, meetings, film review, weights, etc might be a little overwhemling.

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He said he'll chose a school who has a good architectural engineering program and which team is heading in the right direction. He also wants to go to a place where his mother and grandmother can see him play and wants to go to a school where the coach has coached there more than one year. How is UNL's architectural engineering program?

 

The AE program is excellent here. Check the link for more info.

 

Did I read that wrong or isn't it offered in Omaha, not Lincoln. I'm assuming it's in partnership with UNL so obviously he'd be fine - but traveling back and forth to Omaha between practice, meetings, film review, weights, etc might be a little overwhemling.

 

His status as a scholarship student-athlete would be factored into this situation. His academic adviser would work it out for him.

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He said he'll chose a school who has a good architectural engineering program and which team is heading in the right direction. He also wants to go to a place where his mother and grandmother can see him play and wants to go to a school where the coach has coached there more than one year. How is UNL's architectural engineering program?

 

The AE program is excellent here. Check the link for more info.

 

Did I read that wrong or isn't it offered in Omaha, not Lincoln. I'm assuming it's in partnership with UNL so obviously he'd be fine - but traveling back and forth to Omaha between practice, meetings, film review, weights, etc might be a little overwhemling.

 

His status as a scholarship student-athlete would be factored into this situation. His academic adviser would work it out for him.

 

His academic adviser couldn't exactly move the building, lighting and structure labs from Omaha to Lincoln though. This is one of those majors where you need to be on campus and in the labs a considerable amount of time. A lot of student athletes are given laptops to help with the schedule, but just the software alone on one of those AE computers probably runs in excess of 50k...and it more than likely wouldn't run on a laptop anyway. Just saying - it's a spectacular program - had plenty of friends at Peter Kiewit - but what makes it world class also makes it tough to replicate for the standard athlete on the go.

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If he wants to go to Texas he better commit soon because their class is filling up fast. They are only going to take one more DT in this class and they have an offer out to this kid and two others. Texas will take the first one that commits.

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He said he'll chose a school who has a good architectural engineering program and which team is heading in the right direction. He also wants to go to a place where his mother and grandmother can see him play and wants to go to a school where the coach has coached there more than one year. How is UNL's architectural engineering program?

 

The AE program is excellent here. Check the link for more info.

 

Did I read that wrong or isn't it offered in Omaha, not Lincoln. I'm assuming it's in partnership with UNL so obviously he'd be fine - but traveling back and forth to Omaha between practice, meetings, film review, weights, etc might be a little overwhemling.

 

His status as a scholarship student-athlete would be factored into this situation. His academic adviser would work it out for him.

 

His academic adviser couldn't exactly move the building, lighting and structure labs from Omaha to Lincoln though. This is one of those majors where you need to be on campus and in the labs a considerable amount of time. A lot of student athletes are given laptops to help with the schedule, but just the software alone on one of those AE computers probably runs in excess of 50k...and it more than likely wouldn't run on a laptop anyway. Just saying - it's a spectacular program - had plenty of friends at Peter Kiewit - but what makes it world class also makes it tough to replicate for the standard athlete on the go.

 

You are right that the software is 50k plus, but that is for a corporate license. For an individual student you are talking a 1 to 2 year license on the software to only be installed on one computer so more like $500. The makers of the software want students to have it because they will push it when they get jobs. Also it will run on laptops, I use a version of some of the software teaching at the Junior high level. In the past I have used the software at high schools and such. Despite all this I do agree it would be a tough major for an athlete because of its rigor, but that is the same anywhere not just at Nebraska. They will find a way to make the distance (lincoln to omaha) work, but it would be the general difficulty of the Major which would make it tough. At the same time we have athletes go through in Pre-Med, Organic Biology, and the like who do fine. It all depends on how much work he wants to put in.

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He said he'll chose a school who has a good architectural engineering program and which team is heading in the right direction. He also wants to go to a place where his mother and grandmother can see him play and wants to go to a school where the coach has coached there more than one year. How is UNL's architectural engineering program?

 

The AE program is excellent here. Check the link for more info.

 

Did I read that wrong or isn't it offered in Omaha, not Lincoln. I'm assuming it's in partnership with UNL so obviously he'd be fine - but traveling back and forth to Omaha between practice, meetings, film review, weights, etc might be a little overwhemling.

 

His status as a scholarship student-athlete would be factored into this situation. His academic adviser would work it out for him.

 

His academic adviser couldn't exactly move the building, lighting and structure labs from Omaha to Lincoln though. This is one of those majors where you need to be on campus and in the labs a considerable amount of time. A lot of student athletes are given laptops to help with the schedule, but just the software alone on one of those AE computers probably runs in excess of 50k...and it more than likely wouldn't run on a laptop anyway. Just saying - it's a spectacular program - had plenty of friends at Peter Kiewit - but what makes it world class also makes it tough to replicate for the standard athlete on the go.

 

You are right that the software is 50k plus, but that is for a corporate license. For an individual student you are talking a 1 to 2 year license on the software to only be installed on one computer so more like $500. The makers of the software want students to have it because they will push it when they get jobs. Also it will run on laptops, I use a version of some of the software teaching at the Junior high level. In the past I have used the software at high schools and such. Despite all this I do agree it would be a tough major for an athlete because of its rigor, but that is the same anywhere not just at Nebraska. They will find a way to make the distance (lincoln to omaha) work, but it would be the general difficulty of the Major which would make it tough. At the same time we have athletes go through in Pre-Med, Organic Biology, and the like who do fine. It all depends on how much work he wants to put in.

 

 

My daughter is a Regents Scholar in the PKI AE program. Gotta tell ya, this is one of THE best programs the country. UNL has some engineering, but PKI, the elite program, is in Omaha.

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