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Player: Jared Crick

Hometown: Cozad, NE

Position: DE/OG

Height: 6'5"

Weight: 245

40 time: 4.82

Visit Date: Summer camp

Scholarships offered: Nebraska, Colorado St., Kansas, Iowa St. Ohio

Favorites: Committed to Nebraska

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Odds of becoming a Cornhusker: 90% Small town Nebraska kid that has big red dreams. Count on a commit after he camps.

 

Jared Crick

DE 6-6 260 Cozad, Neb - Cozad HS

“Just being a Nebraska boy and always wanting to be a Husker, this is perfect. That’s what’s really kept me solid through and through.”

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KU's up there for the moment for favorites. they and NU are the faves right now..though i dont think if we really want him that KU'll stand a chance

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Scholarships offered: Nebraska, Colorado St., Kansas, Iowa St. Ohio

Favorites: Committed to Nebraska

Rankings/Stars:

Rivals:

Bid Red Report:

 

Assessing the talent:

 

Odds of becoming a Cornhusker: 90% Small town Nebraska kid that has big red dreams. Count on a commit after he camps.

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does he look like another Adam Carricker in the making? 6'5" 245 4.8 speed and has not entered the NU weight room yet?

 

this kid could be a monster at DE, I dont see him putting on 60-70 pounds to play on the OL

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does he look like another Adam Carricker in the making? 6'5" 245 4.8 speed and has not entered the NU weight room yet?

 

this kid could be a monster at DE, I dont see him putting on 60-70 pounds to play on the OL

You read my mind.

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does he look like another Adam Carricker in the making?  6'5" 245 4.8 speed and has not entered the NU weight room yet?

 

this kid could be a monster at DE, I dont see him putting on 60-70 pounds to play on the OL

You read my mind.

:thumbs Freakin' psychic!

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does he look like another Adam Carricker in the making?  6'5" 245 4.8 speed and has not entered the NU weight room yet?

 

this kid could be a monster at DE, I dont see him putting on 60-70 pounds to play on the OL

You read my mind.

:thumbs Freakin' psychic!

i guess great minds think alike

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does he look like another Adam Carricker in the making?  6'5" 245 4.8 speed and has not entered the NU weight room yet?

 

this kid could be a monster at DE, I dont see him putting on 60-70 pounds to play on the OL

You read my mind.

:thumbs Freakin' psychic!

i guess great minds think alike

:thumbs

 

This guy is going to be a good get. He's got a good attitude and wants to come in and play early for the big red. The DE position keeps going for the Huskers being very good throughout the years and this is encouraging to get this commit as we will be losing Carriker and Moore after this season. After that we have Turner to step right up...and not much else proven behind him so thats why I'm so excited about this guy for us. He's already a big bodied guy, but just wait till he's done in Lincoln.

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After that we have Turner to step right up...and not much else proven behind him..

Zac Potter. Kid has a great frame and is already huge. plus he has blocked a FG or two and was part of the rebirth of Special Teams in 2005. turner and potter are the future.

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After that we have Turner to step right up...and not much else proven behind him..

Zac Potter. Kid has a great frame and is already huge. plus he has blocked a FG or two and was part of the rebirth of Special Teams in 2005. turner and potter are the future.

Yeah he's there of course...but we haven't seen much what he can do coming off the end like Turner.

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hello, according to the owh - he will not turn 17 until the start of his senior yr (therefore this kid is 6'5" & 245, & 16, & committed to NU, wow!)

 

p.s. sorry that just blow my mind

Hey your not alone on that one...holy crap!

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hello, according to the owh - he will not turn 17 until the start of his senior yr (therefore this kid is 6'5" & 245, & 16, & committed to NU, wow!)

 

p.s. sorry that just blow my mind

Hey your not alone on that one...holy crap!

Big boy like Toniu Fonoti who was also young for his grade. Putting the Big in Big Red. :thumbs

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After that we have Turner to step right up...and not much else proven behind him..

Zac Potter. Kid has a great frame and is already huge. plus he has blocked a FG or two and was part of the rebirth of Special Teams in 2005. turner and potter are the future.

Yeah he's there of course...but we haven't seen much what he can do coming off the end like Turner.

trust, Potter was only the 6th best strongside DE in the nation according to rivals. take that for what its worth, but the dude will be good. after carriker graduates, potter will step up.

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After that we have Turner to step right up...and not much else proven behind him..

Zac Potter. Kid has a great frame and is already huge. plus he has blocked a FG or two and was part of the rebirth of Special Teams in 2005. turner and potter are the future.

Yeah he's there of course...but we haven't seen much what he can do coming off the end like Turner.

trust, Potter was only the 6th best strongside DE in the nation according to rivals. take that for what its worth, but the dude will be good. after carriker graduates, potter will step up.

Potter looked pretty good during the spring game at DE. I think he'll be a beast in 07.

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I talked to a friend who knows Jared and he says grades may be a real issue.

he has taken the act a couple times and is yet to score high enough

he is just starting his senior year, so he will have time to get the grades and test scores up.

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I talked to a friend who knows Jared and he says grades may be a real issue.

he has taken the act a couple times and is yet to score high enough

he is just starting his senior year, so he will have time to get the grades and test scores up.

lets hope so. this guy, plus the others that have been recruited by Callahan and company, are setting the bar for the future in-state HUSKERS. the younger kids have to see what these guys are doing, how hard they are working, to get an offer from NEBRASKA.

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Jared Crick

DE 6-6 260 Cozad, Neb - Cozad HS

“Just being a Nebraska boy and always wanting to be a Husker, this is perfect. That’s what’s really kept me solid through and through.”

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All-Star game provides Cozad's NU recruit with confidence

 

BY STU POSPISIL

WORLD-HERALD STAFF WRITER

 

COZAD, Neb. - Jared Crick has firsthand knowledge that he won't be overmatched going to Nebraska from a Class B school.

 

Cozad's first Husker scholarship recruit in 16 years played in the East Meets West All-America game last month in Orlando. He had four tackles, including two sacks, and two batted-down passes, playing at defensive end.

 

"It was a great experience," Crick said. "I went down kind of nervous knowing there's going to be the best in the country, and I've never gone against that kind of competition before. I had it in my mind that I was going to work my hardest every day in practice and it turned out big for me.

 

"I actually got to start and I had a pretty decent game."

 

Among his all-star game coaches was Ron Lynn, who was on Bill Callahan's staff with the NFL Oakland Raiders.

 

"He told me I was probably one of the hardest workers in practice and he saw big things ahead for me," Crick said. "He was in the NFL and when he points me out, I just have a great deal of self-confidence. I have lots of confidence going into Lincoln next year.

 

The 6-foot-6, 245-pound Crick was a two-time all-state player who was second-team All-Nebraska as a senior for the Haymakers. His team made the Class B playoff quarterfinals. He had 68 total tackles and averaged 19 yards a catch as a tight end.

 

Crick submitted his letter of intent paperwork to NU on Wednesday.

 

Cozad has its first NU player since Brendan Holbein and Chris Dishman from the Class of 1992 played on the Huskers' national championship teams of the 1990s. Crick said he hasn't met either one.

 

"I've been wanting to play for Nebraska ever since I can remember," he said. "Knowing that I'm going to be a Husker for sure feels great. It's been a long trip, but I'm really relieved."

 

Crick has become acquainted with others in the NU recruiting class. He's been on the Internet with quarterback Patrick Witt. He took his official visit with Curenski Gilleylen, played in the all-state game with Demetrius Davis and met Omaha North's Niles Paul a couple of times.

 

Before leaving for summer workouts, Crick will embark on NU's strength-training and nutrition recommendations. He also will be back on Cozad's track and field team, this year running the 400 meters.

 

"That will keep me in plenty of shape," he said.

 

 

 

Love headed to Pittsburg State

 

COZAD, Neb. - Cozad senior Eric Love, the first rusher in Nebraska with back-to-back 2,000-yard seasons in the 11-man game, will go to Division II Pittsburg State.

 

Rick Love, Eric's father, said the Gorillas will have only two returning scholarship running backs. Their Harlon Hill finalist, Germaine Race, completed his eligibility last fall.

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