Sean Callahan reported on the Huskeronline Podcast that On3.com updated their player rankings for the 2024 class and Nebraska fans should be excited that two of their commits received their fourth star.
The two that received their fourth star was defensive lineman Carlon Jones and running back Kewan Lacey. Both prospects are from Texas.
This brings the Nebraska class up to seven 4-star commits and another possible one coming with the number one player in Iowa’s Grant Brix.
That’s not a for sure thing by any stretch of the imagination but Nebraska is in the running for sure. If they grab him, then he’ll be the top ranked commit in the class.
They also mentioned that Daniel Kaelin will be reevaluated at On3.com when they get more game tape from this upcoming season.
Regarding Carter Nelson, his ranking went down, but that was mainly because of an injury he had this spring.
Good job by the Nebraska coaches.
Top 10 Greatest Athletes Of All Time— Big Game Boomer (@BigGameBoomer) July 8, 2023
1. Michael Jordan
2. Tiger Woods
3. Tom Brady
4. Muhammad Ali
5. Babe Ruth
6. Wayne Gretzky
7. Serena Williams
8. Kobe Bryant
9. Lebron James
10. Roger Federer
SPORTS! SPORTS! JORTS! SPORTS! SPORTS!
Nebraska Football Fall Camp Preview: Defensive Line
Matt Rhule’s first fall camp at Nebraska is right around the corner. The HuskerOnline team dives into what to expect from the Huskers with our position-by-position fall camp previews.
MLB Draft 2023 report card: Keith Law dissects every NL team’s players - The Athletic
With the 2023 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft — we’re just going to go with “the draft” for short — now in the books, here’s my look at each team’s draft class. I focus on the top-10 rounds, since those are the picks that count toward each team’s bonus pool; players taken after the 10th round may be paid up to $150,000 without counting against the bonus pool, so the best prospects taken in rounds 11 through 20 rarely end up signing.
3 Husker items for the morning: Joy for Betts; NU's media days representation; Kemp's special teams value
Believe it. It's seven weeks until a Husker football gameday, the beginning of a new era.
But since this Thursday isn't THAT Thursday, the opening of the Rhule chapter in Husker football, we'll keep things at a low hum this morning and let the noise build in its proper time.
Here, however, are 3 Husker items on a summer morning to contribute to the quiet drumbeat until the collisions happen for real.
Foley highlights Husker specialists and possible returnmen options in radio interview
One of the beauties of some of the specialists jobs Ed Foley is evaluating is that the numbers give the answers without human opinion even having to enter the room.
Rory McIlroy - Wouldn't play LIV Golf if last option on Earth - ESPN
If Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund had had its way, Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy would have partially owned and captained teams in the LIV Golf League once the PGA Tour and DP World Tour joined forces with the nearly $800 billion sovereign wealth fund.
It doesn't sound as if McIlroy, the third-ranked player in the world, would have been interested.
Week of Woe: The one that got away for all 32 NFL teams
The biggest mistakes in the NFL aren't just a wasted draft pick on a bust or a huge free-agency contract that doesn't work out. It's the opportunity cost.
For every draft bust, there's a future star that team instead could have had. For every great trade in NFL history, there was a team that was on the bad end of it.
Here are the biggest "the one that got away" stories from each of the 32 NFL teams, including coaches they didn't hire, draft picks they didn't make or trades that were instantly regrettable:
LeBron James ends all (self-created) doubt about his retirement with ESPYs speech
LeBron James officially announced Wednesday that he will be returning to the Lakers for his 21st NBA season.
James addressed his future after accepting the ESPY award for Best Record-Breaking Performance — commemorating him surpassing Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on the NBA's all-time scoring list last season.
Letter to My Younger Self by Pelé | The Players’ Tribune
Dear Edson (or Dico, as your family likes to call you),
Listen very carefully.
When your family moves away from Três Corações, don’t forget the socks of your mother. You are young, only five years old, but you must not forget the socks. If you forget them, your life may be very different.
You and your family will move to a very small town called Bauru. You will move to this place because of your father. You see, he plays for the football club Bauru Atlético. In Bauru, your family has a very simple house. You and your brother share the same bed. This is not always comfortable, but because of this, the two of you will become very good friends.
What I’m hearing about Damian Lillard, James Harden, Chris Paul and more: Notes from Vegas - The Athletic
When it comes to old-school musical acts finding their renaissance in the modern era, there’s no place like Sin City.
Usher is currently starring at the MGM Grand. Garth Brooks is headlining at Caesars. Even Britney Spears hopped on the Las Vegas stage recently — albeit in a very different sort of fashion — in the Victor Wembanyama slap-gate saga.
Sipple: Nebraska LB Nick Henrich looks forward to road race
Nebraska linebacker Nick Henrich makes no bones about a common struggle that players in his sport must endure.
“I’ll you what, rehab can be a dark road sometimes,” says the Omaha native, who suffered a season-ending knee injury during last season’s seventh game, against Purdue.
MLB’s 10 biggest questions heading into the second half - The Athletic
The second half kicks off on Friday, and the trade deadline is just under three weeks away. With no games happening last night, we’re going to change up the format a little: What 10 questions will define the second half of the 2023 season? I’m Levi Weaver, here with Ken Rosenthal — welcome to The Windup!
The 3-2-1: Nebraska names its Big Ten Media Day representatives
We learned who will represent Nebraska at Big Ten Media Days on Wednesday.
We hit on that and more in this week’s 3-2-1 column with three things we learned, we ask two questions and make one prediction.
Four thoughts as Bolt details Nebraska baseball's big summer
Nebraska baseball skipper Will Bolt covered a lot of ground in his first media session since the season ended at the Big Ten Tournament in May.
In the past six weeks, the Huskers have made a coaching change, hired a third full-time assistant, and had one of their most successful MLB Draft performances in 18 years. Healthy activity in the transfer portal and among the junior college ranks makes this period of time seriously intense for NU’s staff.
“STICK TO SPORTS!” Nah.
How to Build Instant Rapport | The Art of Manliness
Navigating first impressions can be a tricky business.
On the one hand, you want to be yourself, not only for the sake of authenticity, but to allow you and the other person to accurately feel out whether or not you have a connection worth pursuing. Acting like someone you’re not for the sake of being initially charming may garner temporary success, but merely postpones the recognition of fundamental, relationship-dissolving differences.
‘More difficult than the Camino’: A bishop's guide to St. Cuthbert’s Way
If you find yourself trudging along St. Cuthbert’s Way, be prepared to spend hours in the driving rain. Store up on snacks, because for miles you will pass no stores. And you may be one of the few pilgrims on the route among clusters of hikers.