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Has picked up 6 crystal ball predictions in the last few days for Nebraska.

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Welcome Grim! :bigredn:

Jumping the gun a little?
No, I think Grim is a silent commit. Todd McShanr tweeted "All N in California" a moment ago then deleted it. Rivals now has him listed as a Nebraska commit.

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Welcome Grim! :bigredn:

Jumping the gun a little?
No, I think Grim is a silent commit. Todd McShanr tweeted "All N in California" a moment ago then deleted it. Rivals now has him listed as a Nebraska commit.

 

Appears McShane deleted the tweet

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Welcome Grim! :bigredn:

Jumping the gun a little?
No, I think Grim is a silent commit. Todd McShanr tweeted "All N in California" a moment ago then deleted it. Rivals now has him listed as a Nebraska commit.
Didn't doubt you for a second!

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Todd McShane tweeted that a recruits father said "this is cheating" with all nebraska had to offer. I assume our facilities blow Boise state out of the water...

 

Yes, Nebraska's facilities blow BSU out of water, but they are pretty nice for a non power 5 team. This kid looks really good and will be getting more offers. I hope we hold onto him. His numbers right now are unreal. He has 13 tds and about 700 yards total offense after 3 games. A little short, but looks like a good pickup.

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He's known Coach Williams since he was a little kid, according to his dad. He was just too young to remember Williams. Don't know the story there but I thought it was kinda funny he said that.

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Grim explains Nebraska flip
Mike Schaefer - 19 hours ago
The game day atmosphere in Lincoln greatly impressed the receiver. “The walk through the tunnel to go onto the field is nice,” Grim said. “It’s like giving back by shaking hands with the kids and making them happy. Then when you get onto the field and you see the time left at 90 minutes but half the stadium is full watching the pre-game warm ups. That’s really nice."
Grim also developed a good relationship with Keith Williams, his position coach and recruiter. The receiver said the two hit it off immediately on the visit and he’s excited to get the opportunity to learn even more once he gets to start practicing for Williams. “Coach Williams is great and wonderful,” Grim said. “He’s helped me learn new things at receiver I thought I already knew. He’s always talking about new things."

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:bigredn: ice! :lol:

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Our WR lineup just keeps getting better and better. Can anyone say with a straight face that Keith Williams wasn't a solid hire at WR coach?

I think it is a little early yet.

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Our WR lineup just keeps getting better and better. Can anyone say with a straight face that Keith Williams wasn't a solid hire at WR coach?

I think it is a little early yet.
I don't.
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Our WR lineup just keeps getting better and better. Can anyone say with a straight face that Keith Williams wasn't a solid hire at WR coach?

I think it is a little early yet.
I don't.

 

I suppose you are right. So far it's been solid. Not stellar. But solid.

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Our WR lineup just keeps getting better and better. Can anyone say with a straight face that Keith Williams wasn't a solid hire at WR coach?

I think it is a little early yet.
I don't.

I suppose you are right. So far it's been solid. Not stellar. But solid.
Gotta remember what he's working with. Before this year 1 guy (Westy) had been a contributor.

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La Tef kept posting his son’s highlight film to his Facebook page. Boise State noticed, and Derrion committed there over the summer. But an old friend and mentor noticed, too — Nebraska wideout coach Keith Williams.

Williams and La Tef go back — before La Tef ever went to Pitt, in fact — when Williams used to give a few pointers on how to play the position.
“He’s the best wide receivers coach in the country,” La Tef said. “If you’re a wide receiver, he’s the guy you want coaching you.”
Said Derrion: “I thought I knew a lot about receiver, but Coach Williams taught me a few things even when I was (visiting) here.”
Williams, along with Nebraska’s academic support services, are what sold the elder Grim.
“The academic stuff blew me away,” La Tef said. “That sealed the deal.”

 

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Our WR lineup just keeps getting better and better. Can anyone say with a straight face that Keith Williams wasn't a solid hire at WR coach?

I think it is a little early yet.
I don't.

 

I suppose you are right. So far it's been solid. Not stellar. But solid.

 

 

Like the Dude said in one of the threads after BYU. He earned his pay just by the fact Alonzo Moore can catch the ball now. That seemed like a monumental task watching him the last few years.

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