Welcome to the first Corn Nation weekly Recruiting Rewind. If you miss any action on the way to Signing Day (Feb 6), these roundups will keep you informed of what you didn't catch and where the Huskers sit as a class. Let's begin.
- OT David Knevel, LB Courtney Love and OLB/S DJ Singleton officially enrolled
- NC State offered Maliek Collins, but this appears to be too little too late.
- Things went south in a hurry with JUCO tight end Brandon Vandenburg as he was allegedly told Nebraska isn't taking any JUCO tight ends three days before his visit. Vandenburg then tweeted about his communication with offensive coordinator Tim Beck.
- Offensive guard commitment Dan Samuelson is giving a hard look at Michigan.
As for now, planning on making my decision between Nebraska/Michigan on the 14th. Comment on here. No phone calls till then please.— Dan Samuelson (@dansamuelson74) January 9, 2013
- Terrell Newby, considered one of, if not the best running back in the state of California this cycle chose Nebraska over UCLA on Wednesday. This gives the Huskers a major one-two punch with he and fellow running back commit Adam Taylor.
- Tight end recruit Cethan Carter will be visiting this weekend.
Nebraska's recruiting class as of today:
Quarterback (1): Johnny Stanton
Running back (2): Terrell Newby, Adam Taylor
Wide Receiver (2): Kevin Gladney, Dominic Walker
Offensive Tackle (2): Zach Hannon, David Knevel
Offensive Guard (1): Dan Samuelson
Tight End (1): Greg Hart
Defensive End (2): Randy Gregory, A.J. Natter
Defensive Tackle (2): Maliek Collins, Kevin Maurice
Inside Linebacker (1): Josh Banderas
Outside Linebacker (2): Courtney Love, Marcus Newby
Safety (1): D.J. Singleton
Long Snapper (1): Gabriel Miller
Athletes - projected positions in parenthesis (2) : Nathan Gerry (linebacker), Marcus McWilson (cornerback)
Keep your eye out for the next Big Board come Monday!
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