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Player: Todd Peat

Hometown: Tempe, Arizona

School: Corona Del Sol

Position: DT

Height: 6'3"

Weight: 280 lbs

40 time: 4.98

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GPA: 3.0

Interests: Arizona, Arizona St, Cal, Clemson, Georgia, LSU, Nebraska, Northern Illinois, Oregon, Stanford, UCLA, USC, Wake Forest

Offers: Arizona, Arizona St, Nebraska, Northern Illinois, Stanford, Wake Forest

 

Rivals: NR

Scout: :star :star :star :star #9 DT

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EZ-E and I were talking about this kid last week before he was offered. We both agreed that this kid plays like Gerald McCoy. We also agreed that the DT recruit from Ohio, Kevin Williams reminds us of Suh.

 

Wouldn't it be nice having a Suh & McCoy clone on the line together from the 2011 class?

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EZ-E and I were talking about this kid last week before he was offered. We both agreed that this kid plays like Gerald McCoy. We also agreed that the DT recruit from Ohio, Kevin Williams reminds us of Suh.

 

Wouldn't it be nice having a Suh & McCoy clone on the line together from the 2011 class?

 

He HAS to come to Nebraska! 14 seconds into that video and he is already throwing the bones.

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Yeah I told EZ-E, I think that's an omen when the kid :bonez

 

Hopefully it means he wants to be a Blackshirt.

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What options we have for DL prospects this year? Reed, Scarlett, Peat, Williams, Russell, Wynn, Chickillo and I am sure that I am missing a few.

 

I cant come up with a wish list because I want all of these guys. I will leave the tough decisions to the coaches. To be honest we have legit chances with all of these prospects that I have mentioned above.

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Did he throw the bones at the 14 second mark :bonez

Yes he did......Bo and company better be pushing hard to get this kid here. In parts of that video it reminded me of watching Suh when he'd push the lineman back into the QB to disrupt the play forcing the QB to throw a bad pass. He's got great power and aggression to make plays whether its tackles for loss or forcing the QB to make bad throws.

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Good film shows a lot of natural ability. No doubt Pelini's could really coach this guy to a high level. Dude is already throwing the bones so he is a natural fit for NU! :bonez

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Loved the comparison to Gerald McCoy, that is exactly who I thought of while I was watching his film, looks like a great player; would definitely love to bring this kid to Lincoln, loved what I saw in those 5 minutes.

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His dad, Todd Peat, Sr. played in the NFL for 6 years as an OG for St. Louis Cardinals and the Raiders.

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This guy is for real. Bo would definitely coach this guy up to his fullest potential. And I love how he is throwing the bones already at such young age. Lol. I am sure he paid attention to Nebraska with Suh's continued success, which is plus.

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New Rivals teaser says we're in his Top 3.

 

kid is an absolute monster, very quick first step, quick hands, alot of power. I hope he's N before it is all said and done! :horns2

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Brothers Todd and Andrus Peat of Tempe Corona del Sol both received football scholarship offers today from Washington. Andrus, 6-foot-6, 270 pounds, an offensive tackle, is a sophomore and will have plenty of time to decide where he wants to go.

 

Todd Peat, a 6-3, 295-pound junior defensive tackle, said earlier in the day that Stanford is the front-runner, followed by Arizona State and Nebraska. He's got offers from all of those schools.

 

But he's not in a rush to commit.

 

"The big thing for me this season is seeing how these teams end up at the end of the season, especially Stanford and ASU," Peat said. "I also want to see what other recruits commit, because I want to play with other good players."

 

Another big thing for Peat is staying healthy. He played only five games last season because of a medial collateral ligament injury and a stress fracture. He said he's 100 percent healthy now.

 

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Brothers Todd and Andrus Peat of Tempe Corona del Sol both received football scholarship offers today from Washington. Andrus, 6-foot-6, 270 pounds, an offensive tackle, is a sophomore and will have plenty of time to decide where he wants to go.

 

Todd Peat, a 6-3, 295-pound junior defensive tackle, said earlier in the day that Stanford is the front-runner, followed by Arizona State and Nebraska. He's got offers from all of those schools.

 

But he's not in a rush to commit.

 

"The big thing for me this season is seeing how these teams end up at the end of the season, especially Stanford and ASU," Peat said. "I also want to see what other recruits commit, because I want to play with other good players."

 

Another big thing for Peat is staying healthy. He played only five games last season because of a medial collateral ligament injury and a stress fracture. He said he's 100 percent healthy now.

 

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If he wants to wait until the end of the season he may miss his chance with us. We could get Norton, Williams, and Quincy Russell.

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Brothers Todd and Andrus Peat of Tempe Corona del Sol both received football scholarship offers today from Washington. Andrus, 6-foot-6, 270 pounds, an offensive tackle, is a sophomore and will have plenty of time to decide where he wants to go.

 

Todd Peat, a 6-3, 295-pound junior defensive tackle, said earlier in the day that Stanford is the front-runner, followed by Arizona State and Nebraska. He's got offers from all of those schools.

 

But he's not in a rush to commit.

 

"The big thing for me this season is seeing how these teams end up at the end of the season, especially Stanford and ASU," Peat said. "I also want to see what other recruits commit, because I want to play with other good players."

 

Another big thing for Peat is staying healthy. He played only five games last season because of a medial collateral ligament injury and a stress fracture. He said he's 100 percent healthy now.

 

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If he wants to wait until the end of the season he may miss his chance with us. We could get Norton, Williams, and Quincy Russell.

Yeah, there is no way he'll be able to wait until after the year and still come on board. I wouldn't expect us to take more than 2 DTs and Williams sounds like he is basically committed (pending a disastrous visit for the spring game).

 

I do really like his brother though.....Todd has been quoted saying they want to play together in college so maybe Bo will still go after them.

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Brothers Todd and Andrus Peat of Tempe Corona del Sol both received football scholarship offers today from Washington. Andrus, 6-foot-6, 270 pounds, an offensive tackle, is a sophomore and will have plenty of time to decide where he wants to go.

 

Todd Peat, a 6-3, 295-pound junior defensive tackle, said earlier in the day that Stanford is the front-runner, followed by Arizona State and Nebraska. He's got offers from all of those schools.

 

But he's not in a rush to commit.

 

"The big thing for me this season is seeing how these teams end up at the end of the season, especially Stanford and ASU," Peat said. "I also want to see what other recruits commit, because I want to play with other good players."

 

Another big thing for Peat is staying healthy. He played only five games last season because of a medial collateral ligament injury and a stress fracture. He said he's 100 percent healthy now.

 

LINK

 

If he wants to wait until the end of the season he may miss his chance with us. We could get Norton, Williams, and Quincy Russell.

Yeah, there is no way he'll be able to wait until after the year and still come on board. I wouldn't expect us to take more than 2 DTs and Williams sounds like he is basically committed (pending a disastrous visit for the spring game).

 

I do really like his brother though.....Todd has been quoted saying they want to play together in college so maybe Bo will still go after them.

 

Green brothers number 2? I know we wanted Andrew Green because of Andrew Green and Aaron is just a bonus (if he decides to play with his brother like he wants to), but this looks to be the same situation. We want Todd Peat because of his own ability, but his brother would be a great bonus.

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Brothers Todd and Andrus Peat of Tempe Corona del Sol both received football scholarship offers today from Washington. Andrus, 6-foot-6, 270 pounds, an offensive tackle, is a sophomore and will have plenty of time to decide where he wants to go.

 

Todd Peat, a 6-3, 295-pound junior defensive tackle, said earlier in the day that Stanford is the front-runner, followed by Arizona State and Nebraska. He's got offers from all of those schools.

 

But he's not in a rush to commit.

 

"The big thing for me this season is seeing how these teams end up at the end of the season, especially Stanford and ASU," Peat said. "I also want to see what other recruits commit, because I want to play with other good players."

 

Another big thing for Peat is staying healthy. He played only five games last season because of a medial collateral ligament injury and a stress fracture. He said he's 100 percent healthy now.

 

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Stanford??? His favorite??? :wtf

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Stanford??? His favorite??? :wtf

Can't blame him. If he's not thinking NFL, a Stanford degree will open doors that a Nebraska degree will not. Also, from an enjoyment of college life perspective . . . Stanford blows Nebraska out of the water. SoCal weather, women, and beaches . . . or Nebraska. Easy choice.

 

That said, if he's looking from a purely football standpoint, he'd do best by himself to come to Nebraska.

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Stanford??? His favorite??? :wtf

Can't blame him. If he's not thinking NFL, a Stanford degree will open doors that a Nebraska degree will not. Also, from an enjoyment of college life perspective . . . Stanford blows Nebraska out of the water. SoCal weather, women, and beaches . . . or Nebraska. Easy choice.

 

That said, if he's looking from a purely football standpoint, he'd do best by himself to come to Nebraska.

2 points to make on your point -

 

1) a Stanford undergrad degree isn't really the biggest thing in the world. Sure it looks good but the real reason Stanford is a good school is the grad program.

2) Standford is not like college at all. First it's near the bay area, not SoCal. Second, there is nothing to do at night and on the weekends for these kids. Going to Standford is not a "college experience" at all.

 

Just saying your facts are a little off....

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Stanford??? His favorite??? :wtf

Can't blame him. If he's not thinking NFL, a Stanford degree will open doors that a Nebraska degree will not. Also, from an enjoyment of college life perspective . . . Stanford blows Nebraska out of the water. SoCal weather, women, and beaches . . . or Nebraska. Easy choice.

 

That said, if he's looking from a purely football standpoint, he'd do best by himself to come to Nebraska.

2 points to make on your point -

 

1) a Stanford undergrad degree isn't really the biggest thing in the world. Sure it looks good but the real reason Stanford is a good school is the grad program.

2) Standford is not like college at all. First it's near the bay area, not SoCal. Second, there is nothing to do at night and on the weekends for these kids. Going to Standford is not a "college experience" at all.

 

Just saying your facts are a little off....

Oops. I need to pay more attention when I'm posting. Swap in NorCal for SoCal. The point stands.

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I'm pretty sure Peat and his little brother have NFL aspirations. Their father played in the NFL.

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Stanford??? His favorite??? :wtf

Can't blame him. If he's not thinking NFL, a Stanford degree will open doors that a Nebraska degree will not. Also, from an enjoyment of college life perspective . . . Stanford blows Nebraska out of the water. SoCal weather, women, and beaches . . . or Nebraska. Easy choice.

 

That said, if he's looking from a purely football standpoint, he'd do best by himself to come to Nebraska.

2 points to make on your point -

 

1) a Stanford undergrad degree isn't really the biggest thing in the world. Sure it looks good but the real reason Stanford is a good school is the grad program.

2) Standford is not like college at all. First it's near the bay area, not SoCal. Second, there is nothing to do at night and on the weekends for these kids. Going to Standford is not a "college experience" at all.

 

Just saying your facts are a little off....

 

 

dont want to agrue about stanford too much because i hate that school BUT i lived in palo alto, menlo park and atherton for a total of five years... i went to many stanford ragers... they get nuts like any other school... plus there is TONS of stuff to do.. the city aka san fran is always got stuff... through in the east bay, san jose or santa cruz, tahoe, yosemite or whever and there is tons of stuff to do... i dont think there isn't a night out where you cant go somewhere and score chicks party and hAVE one mayjah rayjah.....

 

but then again stanford sucks... did i ever tell you about the time i was soo drunk that i hit on chelsey clinton..........

:facepalm::LOLtartar:facepalm::LOLtartar:facepalm::LOLtartar

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Stanford??? His favorite??? :wtf

Can't blame him. If he's not thinking NFL, a Stanford degree will open doors that a Nebraska degree will not. Also, from an enjoyment of college life perspective . . . Stanford blows Nebraska out of the water. SoCal weather, women, and beaches . . . or Nebraska. Easy choice.

 

That said, if he's looking from a purely football standpoint, he'd do best by himself to come to Nebraska.

2 points to make on your point -

 

1) a Stanford undergrad degree isn't really the biggest thing in the world. Sure it looks good but the real reason Stanford is a good school is the grad program.

2) Standford is not like college at all. First it's near the bay area, not SoCal. Second, there is nothing to do at night and on the weekends for these kids. Going to Standford is not a "college experience" at all.

 

Just saying your facts are a little off....

 

 

dont want to agrue about stanford too much because i hate that school BUT i lived in palo alto, menlo park and atherton for a total of five years... i went to many stanford ragers... they get nuts like any other school... plus there is TONS of stuff to do.. the city aka san fran is always got stuff... through in the east bay, san jose or santa cruz, tahoe, yosemite or whever and there is tons of stuff to do... i dont think there isn't a night out where you cant go somewhere and score chicks party and hAVE one mayjah rayjah.....

 

but then again stanford sucks... did i ever tell you about the time i was soo drunk that i hit on chelsey clinton..........

:facepalm::LOLtartar:facepalm::LOLtartar:facepalm::LOLtartar

:laughpound :laughpound Now that is a story worth telling.....

 

I'm not really going to debate the stuff you can do in and around palo alto....all my knowledge of the area comes from my roommate who went to grad school at stanford.....all he says is that he is so happy he made the choice to attend a more typical college for undergrad over a place like palo alto.

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Stanford??? His favorite??? :wtf

Can't blame him. If he's not thinking NFL, a Stanford degree will open doors that a Nebraska degree will not. Also, from an enjoyment of college life perspective . . . Stanford blows Nebraska out of the water. SoCal weather, women, and beaches . . . or Nebraska. Easy choice.

 

That said, if he's looking from a purely football standpoint, he'd do best by himself to come to Nebraska.

2 points to make on your point -

 

1) a Stanford undergrad degree isn't really the biggest thing in the world. Sure it looks good but the real reason Stanford is a good school is the grad program.

2) Standford is not like college at all. First it's near the bay area, not SoCal. Second, there is nothing to do at night and on the weekends for these kids. Going to Standford is not a "college experience" at all.

 

Just saying your facts are a little off....

 

 

dont want to agrue about stanford too much because i hate that school BUT i lived in palo alto, menlo park and atherton for a total of five years... i went to many stanford ragers... they get nuts like any other school... plus there is TONS of stuff to do.. the city aka san fran is always got stuff... through in the east bay, san jose or santa cruz, tahoe, yosemite or whever and there is tons of stuff to do... i dont think there isn't a night out where you cant go somewhere and score chicks party and hAVE one mayjah rayjah.....

 

but then again stanford sucks... did i ever tell you about the time i was soo drunk that i hit on chelsey clinton..........

:facepalm::LOLtartar:facepalm::LOLtartar:facepalm::LOLtartar

 

Look Todd Peat is great and all, but I think we can afford a 2 second timeout and hear this story in full! Do it to it Irie, your fans are waiting. :snacks:

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Stanford??? His favorite??? :wtf

Can't blame him. If he's not thinking NFL, a Stanford degree will open doors that a Nebraska degree will not. Also, from an enjoyment of college life perspective . . . Stanford blows Nebraska out of the water. SoCal weather, women, and beaches . . . or Nebraska. Easy choice.

 

That said, if he's looking from a purely football standpoint, he'd do best by himself to come to Nebraska.

2 points to make on your point -

 

1) a Stanford undergrad degree isn't really the biggest thing in the world. Sure it looks good but the real reason Stanford is a good school is the grad program.

2) Standford is not like college at all. First it's near the bay area, not SoCal. Second, there is nothing to do at night and on the weekends for these kids. Going to Standford is not a "college experience" at all.

 

Just saying your facts are a little off....

 

 

dont want to agrue about stanford too much because i hate that school BUT i lived in palo alto, menlo park and atherton for a total of five years... i went to many stanford ragers... they get nuts like any other school... plus there is TONS of stuff to do.. the city aka san fran is always got stuff... through in the east bay, san jose or santa cruz, tahoe, yosemite or whever and there is tons of stuff to do... i dont think there isn't a night out where you cant go somewhere and score chicks party and hAVE one mayjah rayjah.....

 

but then again stanford sucks... did i ever tell you about the time i was soo drunk that i hit on chelsey clinton..........

:facepalm::LOLtartar:facepalm::LOLtartar:facepalm::LOLtartar

 

Look Todd Peat is great and all, but I think we can afford a 2 second timeout and hear this story in full! Do it to it Irie, your fans are waiting. :snacks:

 

 

okay so i was at this stanford party (with lots of people everywhere)and i was super super drunk (obviously) so i'm macking on all snobby stanford chicks and obviously making a fool of myself.. next thing you know i see this chick with a mess of blonde/brown hair dangerously close to dreadlock mufasa level from the lion king... i thought f#*k it i'm going it..... turns of the chick was none other than CC looking all ragged... only slightly better looking than the guy who crashed into the toxic waste barrel in robocop....... so im asking her what her story is and how she has been.... totally not acknowledging i know who she is... i think this pissed her off.. but she liked it too..... dirty dirty girl.. i remember her breath smelled like old beer and putrid liberalism.....

 

so eventually her friends pry her away from my prawn like grasps and they bail... i didn't know where to take a bath in bleach or just shoot myself.... well a few hours later me and my friends roll out to the grocery store and i'm in line and NO sh#t in front of me is Chelsey again!!! what are the odds!!! or curse!?? so i swoop in like a stanford kid at some bullshiet protest rally.... i was still super ripped and started asking if she remembered me and the moment we shared together.. she kinda chuckled and said yes (Score!).... i dont know if it was the beer or acne but her face in the bright lights of safeway looked real red.... so fianlly we are conversating and i'm rolling with it (strictly to get to hillary of course) when these burly dudes wearing tight stanford sweatshirts with those earpiece things in... they ask me to come out of line.... Sectret service guys... damn the game was up.. they told me basiclly to stay away from her and stop bothering her or there would be trouble..... when i got back in line to get more beer chelesey was gone... i ran to the parking lot looking for my love and saw her getting into a friends car.. here is the clincher... i ran got into chick magnet ride aka my daiwo and in a last desperate attempt at wooing her in my drunkeness shouted 'chelsey i love you'... bitch looked startled then angry and then her and her diva friends all flipped me off and sped away.......

 

damn... i was drunk that night

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That is a crazy story irie. :laughpound :laughpound

 

From the sounds of it, honestly, you guys probably had a love connection going. Sounds like you may have gotten the chance to seal the deal but got cockblocked from her snobby friends and those secret service agents watching your every move. I hate when that happens.

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I've read Romeo and Juliet, seen Titanic, and stood near the door of a theater playing The Notebook––but I never felt I knew the meaning of eternal love until today.

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Coulda sealed the deal by offering her a big ole Churchill.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Okay, that was wrong.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I'm sorry.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I know I'll burn for that one.

 

 

 

 

 

 

:snacks:

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How many Stanford Defensive Tackles get drafted to the NFL!?

There are ZERO current NFL Defensive Tackles from Stanford.

ZERO!!!

 

Here's a list of Stanford players in the NFL none of which are Defensive Tackles.

 

* Jon Alston - Oakland Raiders

* Oshiomogho Atogwe - St. Louis Rams

* Greg Camarillo - Miami Dolphins

* Kirk Chambers - Buffalo Bills

* Chris Draft - St. Louis Rams

* Trent Edwards - Buffalo Bills

* Eric Heitmann - San Francisco 49ers

* T.J. Rushing - Indianapolis Colts

* Alex Smith - Philadelphia Eagles

* Will Svitek - Kansas City Chiefs

* Leigh Torrence - New Orleans Saints

* Coy Wire - Atlanta Falcons

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Peat still interested in the Huskers

 

 

Following the Spring Game Nebraska got a commitment from defensive tackle Kevin Williams. He was obviously not the only defensive tackle the Huskers were looking at, and he obviously won't be the last. Todd Peat is another DT Nebraska is looking at, but he couldn't make the trip. How did not making that trip and the commitment of Williams impact his feelings toward NU? We asked.

 

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Todd Peat Jr. took an unoffical visit to USC for their spring game and came away impressed with USC's offense and two freshman Dillon Baxter and Kyle Prater instead of USC's defense. Todd Peat Jr. said that USC has great academics and has done real well in the NFL draft the past 3 NFL drafts.

 

Although he got to meet the coaches, this unoffical trip didn't sway Todd in either way.

 

Last month Peat sent USC his junior game film out to USC for evaluation but unfortunately the film never made it to Heritage Hall. When snail mail doesn't get the job done, hand delivery is the next option. Todd Peat Jr. hand delivered his game film to USC during his visit and said that they were suppose to evaluate his film a while ago but never did.

 

Even if USC does evaluate his game film they probably won't offer him a scholarship because they're telling Todd to come out to there Trojans Rising Star camp in June where 60% of their scholarships come after the camp. Sounds like their kind of slow playing Peat in my opinion.

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Todd Peat Jr. took an unoffical visit to USC for their spring game and came away impressed with USC's offense and two freshman Dillon Baxter and Kyle Prater instead of USC's defense. Todd Peat Jr. said that USC has great academics and has done real well in the NFL draft the past 3 NFL drafts.

 

Although he got to meet the coaches, this unoffical trip didn't sway Todd in either way.

 

Last month Peat sent USC his junior game film out to USC for evaluation but unfortunately the film never made it to Heritage Hall. When snail mail doesn't get the job done, hand delivery is the next option. Todd Peat Jr. hand delivered his game film to USC during his visit and said that they were suppose to evaluate his film a while ago but never did.

 

Even if USC does evaluate his game film they probably won't offer him a scholarship because they're telling Todd to come out to there Trojans Rising Star camp in June where 60% of their scholarships come after the camp. Sounds like their kind of slow playing Peat in my opinion.

 

Hopefully that is a good thing for us then.

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There's no slow playing at Nebraska... he's got a scholarship, he's probably getting a few phone calls from NU, and we will welcome him and show him a good time when he comes up to Lincoln for an Official in the fall...

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Says that Stanford is the one to beat.

 

He plans to make return trips to Stanford and Wake Forest this spring or summer along with going to Nebraska and Georgia.

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