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Player: Cameron Goode
Hometown: Spring, Texas
School: Klein Collins
Position: Linebacker
Height: 6-2
Weight: 210
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Offers: Boston College, California, Fresno State, Iowa State, Kansas, Louisiana-Lafayette, Nebraska
Visits: 12/12/15

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Just speculation but with all the attention we seem to be paying attention to at LB lately one has to wonder where we sit with Alexander.

 

That being said love Goode's size. Seems to be an emphasis of the staff to have taller, more imposing LB's. Should fit well in the B1G.

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Just speculation but with all the attention we seem to be paying attention to at LB lately one has to wonder where we sit with Alexander.

 

 

I would guess we are counting him as all but gone.

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Just speculation but with all the attention we seem to be paying attention to at LB lately one has to wonder where we sit with Alexander.

 

 

I would guess we are counting him as all but gone.

 

and we might not be very deep at the position.

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Just speculation but with all the attention we seem to be paying attention to at LB lately one has to wonder where we sit with Alexander.

 

I would guess we are counting him as all but gone.

and we might not be very deep at the position.
Depends where Domann plays.

Sr: Bando

Jr: Mike Rose, Weber, Newby, Will Johnson

Soph: Gifford, Ferguson, Young

Fresh: Barry, Domann, Simmons, Alexander (sitting good with couple other LB'ers too...Laguins, Simmoms).

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Michigan, MichSt, OhioSt aren't taking kids like this. What is our goal?

 

No offense to Cameron, and I am not a talent evaluator. But usually offer lists/rankings know better then us.

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Michigan, MichSt, OhioSt aren't taking kids like this. What is our goal?

 

No offense to Cameron, and I am not a talent evaluator. But usually offer lists/rankings know better then us.

Michigan, Michigan state, and Ohio state also didn't go after a kid nicknamed DPE, but yes recruiting stars are vital

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Michigan, MichSt, OhioSt aren't taking kids like this. What is our goal?

 

No offense to Cameron, and I am not a talent evaluator. But usually offer lists/rankings know better then us.

Michigan, Michigan state, and Ohio state also didn't go after a kid nicknamed DPE, but yes recruiting stars are vital
A great diamond in the rough, but those three schools aren't lacking in athletes of his caliber.
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I'll trust Bray's evaluation here. As was said, rangy kid that can run and has the frame to pack on 20 or so pounds. Besides he wouldn't play in '16 anyways. Nebraska needs to build quality depth in the worst way.

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I'll trust Bray's evaluation here. As was said, rangy kid that can run and has the frame to pack on 20 or so pounds. Besides he wouldn't play in '16 anyways. Nebraska needs to build quality depth in the worst way.

Bray gives me hope, and I believe he's a backup plan if someone jumps ship.

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I'll trust Bray's evaluation here. As was said, rangy kid that can run and has the frame to pack on 20 or so pounds. Besides he wouldn't play in '16 anyways. Nebraska needs to build quality depth in the worst way.

Bray gives me hope, and I believe he's a backup plan if someone jumps ship.

It could be, to consider your theory. Or he could be a kid that will fit in well in the two deep if someone goes down. We've got Barry, Ferguson and Reed waiting in the wings, not to mention Young. Any blue chipper, i.e. Roberts, that we get next year will complement him. We even might get lucky and he blossoms into a high level starter. We need kids that are athletic and rangy to fill our roster.

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Michigan, MichSt, OhioSt aren't taking kids like this. What is our goal?

 

No offense to Cameron, and I am not a talent evaluator. But usually offer lists/rankings know better then us.

Until we start winning, we need to look for these possible diamonds.

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Michigan, MichSt, OhioSt aren't taking kids like this. What is our goal?

 

No offense to Cameron, and I am not a talent evaluator. But usually offer lists/rankings know better then us.

Until we start winning, we need to look for these possible diamonds.
We've been recruiting these 'diamonds' for awhile now. It's why our roster led to a 5-7 record, why we send a small number of players to the NFL and why Nebraska is shell of a program it once was.
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Michigan, MichSt, OhioSt aren't taking kids like this. What is our goal?

 

No offense to Cameron, and I am not a talent evaluator. But usually offer lists/rankings know better then us.

Until we start winning, we need to look for these possible diamonds.
We've been recruiting these 'diamonds' for awhile now. It's why our roster led to a 5-7 record, why we send a small number of players to the NFL and why Nebraska is shell of a program it once was.

 

This dumpster fire started with Solich and so far only Bo has found these diamonds. The problem is he could not teach and make them better. Riley has tried to get the top players here, but most of these kids were not even born when Nebraska was consistently good. I believe that Riley is a good evaluator of talent. Only time will tell.

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Michigan, MichSt, OhioSt aren't taking kids like this. What is our goal?

 

No offense to Cameron, and I am not a talent evaluator. But usually offer lists/rankings know better then us.

Until we start winning, we need to look for these possible diamonds.
We've been recruiting these 'diamonds' for awhile now. It's why our roster led to a 5-7 record, why we send a small number of players to the NFL and why Nebraska is shell of a program it once was.

 

This dumpster fire started with Solich and so far only Bo has found these diamonds. The problem is he could not teach and make them better. Riley has tried to get the top players here, but most of these kids were not even born when Nebraska was consistently good. I believe that Riley is a good evaluator of talent. Only time will tell.

 

If Pelini found "diamonds in the rough" but couldn't teach and make them better, then you wouldn't know if they were in fact "diamonds in the rough".

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Michigan, MichSt, OhioSt aren't taking kids like this. What is our goal?

 

No offense to Cameron, and I am not a talent evaluator. But usually offer lists/rankings know better then us.

Until we start winning, we need to look for these possible diamonds.
We've been recruiting these 'diamonds' for awhile now. It's why our roster led to a 5-7 record, why we send a small number of players to the NFL and why Nebraska is shell of a program it once was.

 

This dumpster fire started with Solich and so far only Bo has found these diamonds. The problem is he could not teach and make them better. Riley has tried to get the top players here, but most of these kids were not even born when Nebraska was consistently good. I believe that Riley is a good evaluator of talent. Only time will tell.

 

If Pelini found "diamonds in the rough" but couldn't teach and make them better, then you wouldn't know if they were in fact "diamonds in the rough".

 

DPE & Carter, plus there were some that committed to us and went elsewhere to SEC schools.

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Michigan, MichSt, OhioSt aren't taking kids like this. What is our goal?

 

No offense to Cameron, and I am not a talent evaluator. But usually offer lists/rankings know better then us.

Until we start winning, we need to look for these possible diamonds.
We've been recruiting these 'diamonds' for awhile now. It's why our roster led to a 5-7 record, why we send a small number of players to the NFL and why Nebraska is shell of a program it once was.

 

This dumpster fire started with Solich and so far only Bo has found these diamonds. The problem is he could not teach and make them better. Riley has tried to get the top players here, but most of these kids were not even born when Nebraska was consistently good. I believe that Riley is a good evaluator of talent. Only time will tell.

 

If Pelini found "diamonds in the rough" but couldn't teach and make them better, then you wouldn't know if they were in fact "diamonds in the rough".

 

DPE & Carter, plus there were some that committed to us and went elsewhere to SEC schools.

 

Bo got one year with DPE and he was a stud.

 

Carter started as a freshman as well.

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Michigan, MichSt, OhioSt aren't taking kids like this. What is our goal?

 

No offense to Cameron, and I am not a talent evaluator. But usually offer lists/rankings know better then us.

Until we start winning, we need to look for these possible diamonds.
We've been recruiting these 'diamonds' for awhile now. It's why our roster led to a 5-7 record, why we send a small number of players to the NFL and why Nebraska is shell of a program it once was.

This dumpster fire started with Solich and so far only Bo has found these diamonds. The problem is he could not teach and make them better. Riley has tried to get the top players here, but most of these kids were not even born when Nebraska was consistently good. I believe that Riley is a good evaluator of talent. Only time will tell.

If Pelini found "diamonds in the rough" but couldn't teach and make them better, then you wouldn't know if they were in fact "diamonds in the rough".

DPE & Carter, plus there were some that committed to us and went elsewhere to SEC schools.

Bo got one year with DPE and he was a stud.

 

Carter started as a freshman as well.

Some of Bo's "diamonds in the rough" killed us depth wise. Irons, Tolbert, Mixon, Shuttles, Walton, that DE that didn't even get to Lincoln, Boaz Joesph....just to name a few...

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Michigan, MichSt, OhioSt aren't taking kids like this. What is our goal?

 

No offense to Cameron, and I am not a talent evaluator. But usually offer lists/rankings know better then us.

Until we start winning, we need to look for these possible diamonds.
We've been recruiting these 'diamonds' for awhile now. It's why our roster led to a 5-7 record, why we send a small number of players to the NFL and why Nebraska is shell of a program it once was.

This dumpster fire started with Solich and so far only Bo has found these diamonds. The problem is he could not teach and make them better. Riley has tried to get the top players here, but most of these kids were not even born when Nebraska was consistently good. I believe that Riley is a good evaluator of talent. Only time will tell.

If Pelini found "diamonds in the rough" but couldn't teach and make them better, then you wouldn't know if they were in fact "diamonds in the rough".

DPE & Carter, plus there were some that committed to us and went elsewhere to SEC schools.

Bo got one year with DPE and he was a stud.

 

Carter started as a freshman as well.

Some of Bo's "diamonds in the rough" killed us depth wise. Irons, Tolbert, Mixon, Shuttles, Walton, that DE that didn't even get to Lincoln, Boaz Joesph....just to name a few...

 

Hey Irons could still contribute!

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Michigan, MichSt, OhioSt aren't taking kids like this. What is our goal?

 

No offense to Cameron, and I am not a talent evaluator. But usually offer lists/rankings know better then us.

Until we start winning, we need to look for these possible diamonds.
We've been recruiting these 'diamonds' for awhile now. It's why our roster led to a 5-7 record, why we send a small number of players to the NFL and why Nebraska is shell of a program it once was.

This dumpster fire started with Solich and so far only Bo has found these diamonds. The problem is he could not teach and make them better. Riley has tried to get the top players here, but most of these kids were not even born when Nebraska was consistently good. I believe that Riley is a good evaluator of talent. Only time will tell.

If Pelini found "diamonds in the rough" but couldn't teach and make them better, then you wouldn't know if they were in fact "diamonds in the rough".

DPE & Carter, plus there were some that committed to us and went elsewhere to SEC schools.

Bo got one year with DPE and he was a stud.

 

Carter started as a freshman as well.

Some of Bo's "diamonds in the rough" killed us depth wise. Irons, Tolbert, Mixon, Shuttles, Walton, that DE that didn't even get to Lincoln, Boaz Joesph....just to name a few...

 

Hey Irons could still contribute!

 

Might be difficult if he isn't on the team any longer

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Michigan, MichSt, OhioSt aren't taking kids like this. What is our goal?

 

No offense to Cameron, and I am not a talent evaluator. But usually offer lists/rankings know better then us.

Until we start winning, we need to look for these possible diamonds.
We've been recruiting these 'diamonds' for awhile now. It's why our roster led to a 5-7 record, why we send a small number of players to the NFL and why Nebraska is shell of a program it once was.

This dumpster fire started with Solich and so far only Bo has found these diamonds. The problem is he could not teach and make them better. Riley has tried to get the top players here, but most of these kids were not even born when Nebraska was consistently good. I believe that Riley is a good evaluator of talent. Only time will tell.

If Pelini found "diamonds in the rough" but couldn't teach and make them better, then you wouldn't know if they were in fact "diamonds in the rough".

DPE & Carter, plus there were some that committed to us and went elsewhere to SEC schools.

Bo got one year with DPE and he was a stud.

 

Carter started as a freshman as well.

Some of Bo's "diamonds in the rough" killed us depth wise. Irons, Tolbert, Mixon, Shuttles, Walton, that DE that didn't even get to Lincoln, Boaz Joesph....just to name a few...

 

That's kind of my point

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Michigan, MichSt, OhioSt aren't taking kids like this. What is our goal?

 

No offense to Cameron, and I am not a talent evaluator. But usually offer lists/rankings know better then us.

Until we start winning, we need to look for these possible diamonds.
We've been recruiting these 'diamonds' for awhile now. It's why our roster led to a 5-7 record, why we send a small number of players to the NFL and why Nebraska is shell of a program it once was.

This dumpster fire started with Solich and so far only Bo has found these diamonds. The problem is he could not teach and make them better. Riley has tried to get the top players here, but most of these kids were not even born when Nebraska was consistently good. I believe that Riley is a good evaluator of talent. Only time will tell.

If Pelini found "diamonds in the rough" but couldn't teach and make them better, then you wouldn't know if they were in fact "diamonds in the rough".

DPE & Carter, plus there were some that committed to us and went elsewhere to SEC schools.

Bo got one year with DPE and he was a stud.

 

Carter started as a freshman as well.

Some of Bo's "diamonds in the rough" killed us depth wise. Irons, Tolbert, Mixon, Shuttles, Walton, that DE that didn't even get to Lincoln, Boaz Joesph....just to name a few...

That's kind of my point
Wasn't directed at you, was to the people who point out DPE on every recruit that isn't at the caliber we need here to compete. For every DPE there are 5-10 busts.

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Michigan, MichSt, OhioSt aren't taking kids like this. What is our goal?

 

No offense to Cameron, and I am not a talent evaluator. But usually offer lists/rankings know better then us.

Until we start winning, we need to look for these possible diamonds.
We've been recruiting these 'diamonds' for awhile now. It's why our roster led to a 5-7 record, why we send a small number of players to the NFL and why Nebraska is shell of a program it once was.

This dumpster fire started with Solich and so far only Bo has found these diamonds. The problem is he could not teach and make them better. Riley has tried to get the top players here, but most of these kids were not even born when Nebraska was consistently good. I believe that Riley is a good evaluator of talent. Only time will tell.

If Pelini found "diamonds in the rough" but couldn't teach and make them better, then you wouldn't know if they were in fact "diamonds in the rough".

DPE & Carter, plus there were some that committed to us and went elsewhere to SEC schools.

Bo got one year with DPE and he was a stud.

 

Carter started as a freshman as well.

Some of Bo's "diamonds in the rough" killed us depth wise. Irons, Tolbert, Mixon, Shuttles, Walton, that DE that didn't even get to Lincoln, Boaz Joesph....just to name a few...

Hey Irons could still contribute!

Might be difficult if he isn't on the team any longer
Didnt realize it

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Michigan, MichSt, OhioSt aren't taking kids like this. What is our goal?

 

No offense to Cameron, and I am not a talent evaluator. But usually offer lists/rankings know better then us.

Until we start winning, we need to look for these possible diamonds.
We've been recruiting these 'diamonds' for awhile now. It's why our roster led to a 5-7 record, why we send a small number of players to the NFL and why Nebraska is shell of a program it once was.

This dumpster fire started with Solich and so far only Bo has found these diamonds. The problem is he could not teach and make them better. Riley has tried to get the top players here, but most of these kids were not even born when Nebraska was consistently good. I believe that Riley is a good evaluator of talent. Only time will tell.

If Pelini found "diamonds in the rough" but couldn't teach and make them better, then you wouldn't know if they were in fact "diamonds in the rough".

DPE & Carter, plus there were some that committed to us and went elsewhere to SEC schools.

Bo got one year with DPE and he was a stud.

 

Carter started as a freshman as well.

Some of Bo's "diamonds in the rough" killed us depth wise. Irons, Tolbert, Mixon, Shuttles, Walton, that DE that didn't even get to Lincoln, Boaz Joesph....just to name a few...

 

I agree, but some of these guys did not make it because of discipline issues, not performance on the field .

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Michigan, MichSt, OhioSt aren't taking kids like this. What is our goal?

 

No offense to Cameron, and I am not a talent evaluator. But usually offer lists/rankings know better then us.

 

Until we start winning, we need to look for these possible diamonds.
We've been recruiting these 'diamonds' for awhile now. It's why our roster led to a 5-7 record, why we send a small number of players to the NFL and why Nebraska is shell of a program it once was.

This dumpster fire started with Solich and so far only Bo has found these diamonds. The problem is he could not teach and make them better. Riley has tried to get the top players here, but most of these kids were not even born when Nebraska was consistently good. I believe that Riley is a good evaluator of talent. Only time will tell.

If Pelini found "diamonds in the rough" but couldn't teach and make them better, then you wouldn't know if they were in fact "diamonds in the rough".

DPE & Carter, plus there were some that committed to us and went elsewhere to SEC schools.

Bo got one year with DPE and he was a stud.

 

Carter started as a freshman as well.

Some of Bo's "diamonds in the rough" killed us depth wise. Irons, Tolbert, Mixon, Shuttles, Walton, that DE that didn't even get to Lincoln, Boaz Joesph....just to name a few...

I agree, but some of these guys did not make it because of discipline issues, not performance on the field .

Pretty sure Boaz Joseph is still on the team.

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Visiting Vanderbilt next weekend then visiting California.

 

Riley will be making an in-home visit.

 

Considering those three schools. Deciding after he visits.

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