Planning some trips

The evaluation period is a busy time for college football coaches, but the weeks and months that follow before fall camp opens are still busy for recruiting. The Nebraska staff is at least planning another junior day type weekend and this particular recruit is planning on potentially visiting Nebraska this summer.

Tyler Cogswell from Plantation (Flor.) American Heritage has been having a good spring. Recently Cogswell has been in the news for doing well at the Elite 11 combine. Cogswell will be creating some other headlines soon with taking some trips.

"I just had the Elite 11," Cogswell said. "I am not set on going to any camps, but I know that I am going to get out and visit some schools. I am not really 100% on which ones though.

"I know that I will take trips to see schools that have offered me or will likely offer me. I would say that list would be Arkansas, West Virginia, Tennessee, Nebraska, Central Michigan, FIU and Wisconsin."

The evaluation period has been well. The American Heritage team started spring practices on May 1 and a lot of schools have been in to see Cogswell so far. There is however one school that hasn't been by to see him yet.

"Things have been good. There have been a lot of schools in to see me. The spring has been really good. Nebraska hasn't been here yet, but I think that they will be here in the next week or two."

The offer to Cogswell by Nebraska has been questioned by some. The other quarterbacks that have picked up Nebraska offers don't exactly have the same skill set as Cogswell.

Cogswell says that the coach that did offer him from Nebraska recently took a different job at another school and that he hasn't had a lot of conversations with Nebraska since Raymond departed. Cogswell did get validation on the offer by Nebraska though.

"I haven't been in touch really with the Nebraska staff at all since Coach Corey Raymond left for LSU. I spoke to a coach from Nebraska, but I don't remember who it was, and it wasn't very long. They verified the offer was good still."

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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