Huskers impress Hunt

Some more of the official visitors are departing Lincoln and are heading to the airport. Dashon Hunt from Westlake Village (Calif.) Westlake HS was in the car on his way to the airport when he caught up with What did he think about his official visit to Nebraska?

The official visitors seem to be trickling out from the Nebraska facilities on their way back home. Dashon Hunt was just leaving and getting into a car when he called to talk about his official visit.

"The game was really exciting," Hunt said. "It was just a great atmosphere with the fans. It was really, really loud in the stadium last night. I thought I was going to hurt my eardrums a couple of times.

"The atmosphere of the game with the fans really helped with my opinion of Nebraska in a good way."

Hunt got a chance to see an exciting game, the second biggest come from behind victory in school history, and he saw how Nebraska likes to play defense. He says that he would fit right in at Lincoln with his style.

"Nebraska likes to play up and play physical with their cornerbacks. I am a physical cornerback with a nose for the football. I think that i would fit in really well in Nebraska."

Other than the game Hunt said that the fans during the recruit tunnel walk really impressed him. The fans typically know who the recruits are and yell out their names.

"The fans were all lined up on our way out to the field. They all knew who I was and was yelling out my name and to come to Nebraska. That really got me hyped up."

Hunt wasn't able to talk too long because they were running late getting over to the airport. Hunt gave Nebraska a perfect mark for his visit and he's looking at a couple of other schools for visits in the coming weeks.

"I would rate the trip to Nebraska pretty high. I enjoyed every second of my visit. I woudl rate it an "A". I am thinking about taking a trip to Arizona and to California now."

Bryan Munson has worked with Big Red Report for 10 years covering recruiting and football and has covered Nebraska recruiting for 12 years.
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