Jasnowski talks camps

It might be a "down" year for in-state talent from Nebraska, to some extent, but if there is a position that is up it might be the tight end position. Already players like Sam Cotton and Drew Ott have committed to DI schools. Could Joe Jasnowski be another tight end to go on to play DI football?

Omaha (Nebr.) Creighton Prep tight end, Joe Jasnowski, has hit a couple of camps already this summer. The 6-foot-4 and 225-pound tight end has a couple of other camps coming up too.

"I did Nebraska for just one day," Jasnowski said. "I also did Kansas State immediately after the Nebraska camp."

Jasnowski said that things went well in Lincoln, by his standards, but there were a couple of other tight ends there that according to him the Nebraska staff might have been paying a little more attention to.

"I thought it went fine in Lincoln. It was a good time and a good learning experience for me. I thought that I could do what I could do.

"I don't think that I necessarily stood out from the other guys. Nebraska seems to have their eyes on some other recruits at camp. There was the kid from Hawaii and Sam Cotton."

Jasnowski came away happy with his own performance though. He said that he thought he did well in the position drills that he took part in.

"I did what I had to do. We had to do a lot of different drills like run blocking drills and receiving drills. I thought that I did well in those drills."

Just a day later Jasnowski said that he thought he did much better down at Kansas State mostly because he ran better.

"I thought that I did much better at Kansas State. One of the reasons I did better was because my 40 time was faster. I ran a 5-flat there and I think it was a 5.2 at Nebraska."

Recruiting and future offers are a bit of a mystery according to Jasnowski. He knows that he has more camps to go, but isn't sure if anyone is close to offering him yet.

"I honestly don't know where anyone stands right now when it comes to offering. I think that I am going to do Iowa, South Dakota, South Dakota State, Drake and Northwestern left to go."

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