It was originally being reported that Zach Hannon from Kansas City (Mo.) Rockhurst and Jamone Boyd from Lee's Summit (Mo.) West were planning on coming in for Wisconsin weekend. Hannon confirmed that was the plan until he and Boyd both realized that was their homecoming weekend.
"We didn't even think of it," Hannon said. "It's just one of those things that you are looking at just a calendar and Nebraska's schedule and you want to see that game. We didn't want to miss our homecoming so we are coming in for the Michigan game."
The friendship between Boyd and Hannon is well documented. The two were leaning toward going to Arkansas together, but that was until Hannon chose the Huskers over the Hawgs. Now the talks are still taking place between Hannon and Boyd about playing college ball together.
"He is holding an offer. I don't know what he's really thinking about Nebraska really, he's never been there before, but I know that it's a team that is really rising up his list. We still talk a lot about going to school together and it's something that we still want to do."
BigRedReport.com reported last week that Hannon had changed his official visit weekend from Wisconsin to Michigan. However, Boyd said that he was still planning on Wisconsin at the time. The Wisconsin weekend is going to be a big weekend, but the Michigan weekend is looking big too.
As of today after sliding in Hannon and Boyd you can also include Priest Willis, Mackensie Alexander and Scott Quessenberry among the uncommitted prospects. Christian Lacouture, Kevin Gladney, Jonathan Cook and likely Josh Banderas are committed prospects that will also be in town. The Huskers are also scheduled to host Naim Mustafaa who is committed to Georgia.