Breaking the shape of the Nebraska recruitment, the impact of the new coach

We are entering an exciting season Nebraska Football, and the impact of the fall extends to the roots of the recruitment path.

Despite a 3-9 finish last season, the Huskers are still heading for an optimistic time this summer. They are set up with a favorable schedule that sees a 3-0 start as a very real possibility for their match-up with Lincoln Oklahoma and a good start could speed up an expected bounceback season.

The appointment of Mark Whipple and Mickey Joseph has the potential to be a boon in the most important position of the game and in its most electric position. Whiple has drawn quarterback attention to Lincoln in both the transfer portal and the recruitment.

Huskers’ most recent promise, Pop Watson, is a three-star prospect at the moment. But since we saw him at another Big Ten-hosted camp in June 2021, he has shown great improvement in his game. His rise could see him rise to the next ranking update that is on the horizon.

Watson seeks to help create the Huskers’ 2023 class and will be one of the highlights of the official visitor’s busy month, with at least 13 official visits this weekend.

This is going to be a busy June for Nebraska, good or bad. Huskers’ top goals in the 2023 and 2024 classes will fall, or be missed, just like the success of this season.

Those are the main items that we break down in the second episode Inside the Nebraska Recruiting Podcast. Rival National Recruitment Director Adam Gorny Join Inside Nebraska Publishers Jack Carpenter Before an important month – and an important year – both analyze what this means for Nebraska Scott Frost And Huskers.

Watch that video at the top or inside of the Nebraska YouTube page. Subscribe to our YouTube page for more Huskers news, analysis and exclusive content.

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