Official visits key for Nebraska recruiting; a ‘culture rejuvenation’ for Huskers

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Importance of official visits

It’s not necessarily shocking, but official visits played a very important role in Nebraska coach Scott Frost and his staff’s recruiting approach this winter. Beyond the importance of getting kids on campus, Frost also had to be careful with numbers and not invite too many players who wouldn’t commit. By the end, the work paid off for the new Huskers staff.

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A ‘culture rejuvenation’

Associate athletic director for football Matt Davison believes Frost will build a Nebraska team fans can be proud of. In fact, he believes he already sees the “culture rejuvenation” in progress.

Greg Austin’s belief

What led Willie Canty to Nebraska? It was Huskers offensive line coach Greg Austin and his belief in Canty.

Who could redshirt?

It’s going to be some time before we know who does and does not redshirt in 2018, but it’s looking like more will not redshirt versus those who will.

The beginning

All those defensive backs in Nebraska’s 2018 recruiting class? That’s not a coincidence, and the coaches see it as the start of a trend.

Set to defend

With Nebraska baseball beginning its 2018 season this weekend, the Huskers are ready to defend their Big Ten title and answer any lingering questions.


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