Still considering Nebraska?

It's a late push by Nebraska for Evan Goodman. Letter of Intent signing day is literally a week away and Nebraska is taking a late stab at a player that they have a history with. But will it matter? If you don't have a premium membership, you are missing out.

A familiar name came up again for Nebraska fans last week. Evan Goodman from Lakeland (Flor.) has been a long time Arizona State commitment, but took some trips to make sure about his choice. He says that he's excited for next week.

"Of course," Goodman said. "I want to wrap this up. The process is long and it's stressful. It was a grind. I liked it a lot, but it's time for me to make my choice and go to that school."

One of the teams that Goodman took a trip to see was Nebraska. The Huskers have tried to re-enter the picture for Goodman, but even if there was a window of opportunity for another team it appears that window is now closed for all teams.

"Nebraska was here last week to see me, but I have decided not to further my recruitment. I think that Arizona State is the place to go and I am set to go there. My brother is there and I like the new coaching staff there."

It's not a lack of effort that is keeping Goodman from choosing Nebraska. The Husker staff was set to bring all of the offensive coaches to see him this Friday for one last push. Goodman says that he will likely call them and tell them not to make that trip.

"They were still making a hard charge for me. They were trying to bring in their whole offensive staff to see me on Friday. That is a pretty big deal that they are bringing their whole staff here. I know that they want me.

"I am probably going to tell them that there isn't any need for them to come. I am going to tell them that I am going to go to ASU. I don't think that they can change my mind."

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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