Bowman planning Nebraska visit

It's been fairly quiet for Nebraska when it comes to recruiting the first three weeks of the season, all home games, hosting just four official visitors. Things are picking up though with at least eight recruits taking about Ohio State weekend. Another player that is talking about visiting Nebraska is Gerald Bowman. When will he visit Lincoln?

Gerald Bowman, from Pierce (Calif.) C.C. is getting around to setting up his official visits. One place that he is planning on visiting is Nebraska. When that visit takes place is still a question.

"Not yet," Bowman said. "I haven't set it up yet, but I will. I have no idea when I want to go. I started talking to Nebraska about the visit last week, but nothing is set up yet."

Bowman said that talks have just started about scheduling and taking some official visits. He isn't sure if the visit to Nebraska is going to work out on a bye week or not.

"I am not sure if I will visit Nebraska on a bye week, or if there is a bye week that would work, I just need to talk about it with my coaches. We need to look at the schedule and we will start figuring something out."

Bowman says that his season has been going great, in fact he was just coming off of a big game this past weekend, but Pierce is winless on the season. Bowman says that only thing you can do is keep pressing for that first win.

"We are 0-3 right now. Our offense is having a hard time moving the ball. Personally, I am doing pretty well. Last game I had a huge game. We are just trying to make progress and get better."

Bowman had a very good freshman year in 2010, posting 58 tackles and one interception while starting all but one game for the Brahmas. He expects to sign mid-year (December) and he will have three years to play two following the 2011 season.

Bryan Munson has worked with Big Red Report for nine years covering recruiting and football and has covered Nebraska recruiting for 11 years. His work can also be seen in's SuperPrep Magazine.
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