Lambert sets Nebraska official visit

The Nebraska staff has already nabbed a couple of linebacker commitments in Michael Rose and Deion Jones. Still, when you look at the Nebraska roster the depth is pretty thin there so it's not surprising that with a couple new spots in the 2012 class to fill that another linebacker could be taken. Quanzell Lambert says that Nebraska will be one of his five visits.

Quanzell Lambert from Erial (N.J.) Timber Creek is set to see Nebraska. Unlike about 10 others that will be on the Ohio State weekend Lambert is set to visit Lincoln a little later in the season.

"I will be there for the Michigan State game," Lambert said. "I set it up a while ago. I am looking forward to seeing the facilities and meeting the coaches."

Nebraska already has a pair of linebacker recruits, but with a couple of recruits from last year not being part of the team right now and some attrition there is additional room in the 2012 class.

"They haven't really told me. They said that there were taking some linebackers this year and that's it. They like me as a WILL outside linebacker."

Lambert says that his five official visits are set. He knows which schools and which weekends will be visits for him. His visits will be wrapped up by the end of the year.

"I have planned visits to Alabama and Oklahoma too. Both of those visits are set for December. I am also going to visit Northwestern and Iowa. Those will be my five."

Timber Creek has an exceptional defense led by Lambert of course, but he really credits his defensive line this year. He doesn't think that he will have great stats because of their productivity.

"My season is going great. Our defensive line is great this year. I don't plan on making a lot of plays this year honestly. They are very active and had something like eight sacks our first game. They are all juniors; monsters."

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 Scout.com's SuperPrep Magazine.
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