Discussion in 'Nebraska Cornhuskers' started by Footballnut, Jan 18, 2017.
I cant find anything on Breon Dixon.
Never mind foundt it
I have updated, for a final time, the list of commits (with the rankings I came up with) with the coach that gets credit for recruiting them. It's the fourth post down in the OP
Grade issues there I think, Nebraska bowed out fairly early
He has glasses Fiddy, no
I did not spend much time looking at recruiting this year.
Biggest interest for me is Barrett Pickering. Only one position relies on one guy, the kicking game. A kicker has to be a good to great golfer, as it is mostly mental. If he cannot be consistent at kicking FGs, oh my.
Other players of interest are;
Will Honas, I am really hoping he is a beast of a LB. Nebraska has not had one since Lavonte David.
Maurice Washington and Greg Bell, WOW. With what we think the Scott Frost offense is, these two could be very dynamic.
As I said before, Greg Bell is my starter. I expect EVERY JUCO player coming in to be a starter.
No clue about Breon Dixon. Something tells me there is something else going on in the background.
Offensive tackles. You could add the entire O Line too, but tackles are a real problem.
2018 season is another transition season for the Nebraska Cornhuskers and us fans. I have set my expectations very low. Scott Frost has inherited a team coming off a 4-8 season, and looks to be worse and needs a whole lot of change.
To me, Nebraska's strongest position group is the defensive line for 2018. And it was not very good in 2017.
118. team sacks 1.17 per game tied with Oregon State
128. Tackles for loss 3.7 per game, only East Carolina was worse. East Carolina finished 3-9 in 2017.
114. Total Rushing defense
on the DL - based on what we heard about "the strain" they weren't even attempting to do much of anything other than keep O-linemen off of the LBs, i think there will be a large improvement there.
i agree on O-line. hope they can get their shit together so this SF offense can get going. i think the pieces are there in the skill position, just need that o-line to block a little and find a QB that can get the ball distributed, whether it be POB, TG, or whomever.
Masry Mapieu is no longer headed to IWCC. He is now headed to Louisiana to be a Ragin' Cajun.
Nebraska football: Former in-state commit headed to Sun Belt school
Canty won't make it to Lincoln this fall. Going the Garden City C.C. route.
Nebraska Huskers football signee offensive tackle Willie Canty will enroll at Garden City Community College
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