Huskers will get visit

With a tight end and a wide receiver commitment already in the class of 2012 for Nebraska it seems that there is still some strong interest for recruits at these two positions. One player that could play either tight end or wide receiver at the next level is Hollywood (Flor.) Chaminade Madonna standout Orlando David. Davis is back out on the field and his knee is almost back to 100%.

Orlando David says that there have been some long summer days. There are team workouts and there are individual workouts that everyone from Hollywood (Flor.) Chaminade Madonna has been taking part in.

"Workouts are going fine," David said. "We are doing both team and individual workouts. On Tuesday we do a full team in the weight room and then go outside to do conditioning. After that practice we workout."

"On Mondays we do defense. After that practice we workout too. I am going to play defense this year at outside linebacker. I will be doing some wide receiver and some tight end this year on offense."

David is still returning from a major knee injury. And while he says that he is fine he is actually still 100%. In fact, he might get the release to play full-go the week of their first game.

"My knee is fine. I am still rehabbing, but I am working hard. I am not full-go yet. I think that by the end of the August I will be released and be full-go."

Recruiting has been very active still for David who says that official visits are now becoming a hot topic. He says that there are four teams that stand out now who could get an official visit.

"Recruiting is going fine. I have been thinking about visits. I don't have it set where I want to go though. I would like to visit Cincinnati, Nebraska, Wisconsin and Alabama right now. All have offered except for Alabama. They won't offer until they see me play."

When it comes to David's decision he says that the education will be the biggest consideration. After that he's looking for chemistry and playing time. "I am looking for a good education first and foremost, team chemistry and playing time."

The Nebraska staff has been staying in touch with David throughout the summer mostly through Facebook. He said that his recruiting coach has been doing a good job recruiting him.

"I have been in contact with Nebraska through the summer through Facebook. Coach John Garrison has been staying in touch with me.

"When he was here with Coach Ron Brown he told me about their Fellowship of Christian Athletes, their program and how I would be a good fit."

Nebraska will get an official visit from David, he's just not sure which weekend, and when he takes that visit he will be interesting in the offense mainly including if he can play multiple positions on offense.

"I would like to see how they would use me in their offense, the playing time I could get and just basically understanding their offensive scheme to see if I could play multiple positions on the field."

Bryan Munson has worked with Big Red Report for nine years, covering recruiting and football. His work can also be seen in's SuperPrep Magazine
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