Natter comes away impressed with Nebraska

This wasn't the first time for A.J. Natter from Milton (Wisc.) to see Lincoln, Nebr. Heck, it wasn't even the second. Natter saw both the Washington and Iowa home games for Nebraska last season, but today was his day. Natter is holding a Nebraska offer and came away very impressed with what he saw in Lincoln today.

A.J. Natter from Milton (Wisc.) is done with his junior day visit to Nebraska. Natter said that he didn't want the day to end. Natter said that he had a busy day full of information.

"It went great," Natter said. "It was a long day and it was full of a lot of information. I had a really great time. Nebraska really does have a great coaching staff."

Natter said that he spoke to a lot of the coaches today ranging anywhere from the head coach to the position coach to the strength and conditioning coach.

"I spoke to a lot of the coaches today. I spoke to Coach John Papuchis, Coach Bo Pelini, Coach Carl Dobson and Coach Barney Cotton. They had a lot of good things to say and had good information. The staff is really nice. I had no complaints for the day. There was never a dull moment."

This wasn't Natter's first trip to Nebraska. In fact, he's been to Lincoln on two previous occasions. Still, even after having see Lincoln two times before he was still impressed with the day.

"I wasn't expecting anything crazy while I was there. I knew that I was going to have a great day. The trip today really doesn't compare to anything I have seen before. It's really on its own level.

Natter says that there aren't any rankings when it comes to his list at the moment. It's too early for one. He would like to get out and make some more trips before going as far as rating the teams.

"My list right now is just a bunch of schools. I don't like the idea of ranking them until I take some more trips. I was very impressed with Nebraska and enjoyed the day a lot. I enjoyed seeing that weight room again, eating at the training table and talking to the coaches. It really seems like a great place to be."

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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