Nebraska Football Recruiting: Davis Twins Visiting, Big Board Update For '15 Cycle

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The two brothers from Blue Springs, Missouri are heading into Lincoln this weekend, Could Nebraska bolster their '15 class by 2 this weekend?

Nebraska's 2015 cycle has gotten a great start, still ranking second in the Big Ten conference for the 2015 cycle and sixteenth overall in America. After this weekend, however, the Huskers could take the top spot back over for the B1G and moving on up in the national ranks.

This weekend, Nebraska will be hosting both Carlos and Khalil Davis, twins from Blue Springs HS in Blue Springs, Missouri right outside of Kansas City.

Carlos is a four-star Defensive End, while Khalil is a high three-star Defensive Tackle. Both brothers have offers from Arizona State, Kansas State and Missouri, while Carlos has an extra offer from Toledo. The recruiters are John Garrison and Rich Kaczenski, who did pretty well in the '14 cycle. It's very well possible that the twins both commit this weekend, and if they do, we'll cover it for you.

The Nebraska staff has done well to get their words out, having over 100 offers already. Some of the bigger ones already include:

Kevin Dillman: The man who is responsible for replacing Jerrod Heard at Denton (TX) Guyer HS really likes Nebraska, but this is a race with Michigan right now. Even though Dillman is considered pro-style, with the type of offense Guyer runs, you have to have some physical ability.

Chandler Cox: The teammate of Husker signee Zack Darlington is high on the Huskers also. However, all signs look like Nebraska have to beat in-state Florida for this one. Tim Beck and Barney Cotton have been on this one.

Quadree Henderson: Rich Fisher and John Papuchis are fighting hard for this WR out of Wilmington, Delaware. There are a bevy of Eastern schools in the fray, but the Huskers are at the top of Henderson's list.

Adam McLean: Another big Defensive Tackle target, the plan is for McLean to come to Big Red Weekend this summer. If the Huskers can indeed get him to BRW, the odds go way up here. One thing that does hurt NU here is that Quince Orchard HC Dave Mencarini will be leaving the school this summer, and was the biggest way to get into McLean's recruitment.

Joe Burrow:One offer that has not come through yet has been for this QB out of Ohio. The reason I'm surprised so far is that Burrow is the younger brother of former Husker Linebacker Jamie Burrow. Granted, there is very limited room in this class, but one has to wonder if there's room for a legacy AND to get back into Ohio.

Hunter Dale: The NOLA love keeps going with this offer. A three-star Safety, there's a lot of schools to fight through for this commitment. However, one has to wonder how the inroads made last two years could help the discussion here. Getting Kendall Bussey helps, but it's even better to see the effort continue. He hasn't planned any visits yet, and playing baseball in college is in his sights also.

Landis Durham: The last name to watch in this update, Durham just got his offer today and has been talking to Ron Brown and Ross Els. Texas is supposed to be the fave here, but Nebraska is the first offer he's gotten, so it's possible we could eek this one out.

The class should have more commits this weekend, and we'll have more news as it appears. Remember, Corn Nation and SBNation are your best spots for FREE recruiting news for the Huskers and across the entire College Football landscape.

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