Browning camps at Nebraska

J'Veyon Browning might have a smaller frame as a running back, but his production can't be ignored.

After putting up nearly 1500 yards and 20 touchdowns last season for Schlagle high school (KS), J'Veyon Browning is on a summer tour, hoping more schools will take notice of the 5-foot-9, 165 pound running back.

With schools like Kansas, Kansas State, South Dakota State, and Oklahoma State already watching him, Browning camped at Nebraska last week, despite not hearing from the Huskers much prior.

"I though it would be a pretty good camp, their coaching staff is great, so I thought I would go learn," said Browning. "I think I did pretty good, there are a few things that I need to sharpen up on, but I did pretty well."

Browning will camp at a handful of other places this summer and says he also likes Michigan and Missouri, besides Nebraska. The Huskers told him they would like to see him back this fall.

"The running back's coach took me aside and was working with me a little bit, he said they would be watching me down the road," said Browning. "They also want me to come up to one of their games this fall. I think I definitely will do that."

Browning says he's looking for a school that can help him "progress as a player" and has a "great coaching staff."

"I bring hard work and dedication to the field as a running back. I want my next to be dedicated," said Browning.

Josh Harvey has covered college football and recruiting for Fox Sports & since 2008. He is now the Publisher of Big Red Report, covering Nebraska athletics.
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