Love to help out

Look at the Nebraska commitment list and one thing will immediately stand out…the high number of commitments from the state of Ohio. The funny thing is that Nebraska isn't done working the state of Ohio and that number could easily double. The month of June is going to be big for Nebraska.

Courtney Love was a catch for Nebraska. The standout linebacker from Youngstown (Ohio) Cardinal Mooney is planning on another trip to Lincoln in a few short weeks and he's not coming alone according to his father.

"Yeah we are going," Love Sr. said. "We are trying to getting everything together because we are talking with some other guys to caravan it up that way.

"I spoke to Greg Hart's dad and they are going to go with us. We are talking to Donovan Munger out of Cleveland. Courtney has been talking to him too."

Love says that they are going to take their time and spend a week or so up in Lincoln. They want to be part of the Big Red Weekend that the Nebraska staff is pulling together on June 16th.

"We are going to get up there early. I think that we will stay up over the Big Red Weekend the 16th and come back home around the 18th or 19th."

Half of Nebraska's current commitment list hails from the state of Ohio. Love's are working Munger, Kevin Gladney is coming in right around the same time as Love and Love, Sr. eluded to the possibility that more from Ohio could be coming with them.

"We are going to make a vacation of it. We want to have fun and we are trying to get as many people as we can to join in on us going to Nebraska."

BigRedReport.com reached out to Donovan Munger, a four-star prospect and the No. 24 defensive tackle in the nation from Shaker Heights (Ohio) and he wasn't sure if the trip to Nebraska was a go yet or not.

"I don't know," Munger said. "I said that I was going to try and make it up to Nebraska that weekend. We'll see."

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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