Kemp gives Nebraska visit a "10"

A late addition to an already impressive group of visitors for Nebraska was Deland (Flor.) running back JoJo Kemp. Kemp, a South Florida commitment, spoke highly about Nebraska prior to him committing to South Florida. What did he think about his visit to Nebraska and what is he thinking now about his situation?

A name that popped up as an official visitor for Nebraska on Friday was Deland (Flor.) running back JoJo Kemp. Kemp, a South Florida commitment, headed up to Lincoln for an official visit this weekend.

"The visit was great," Kemp said. "It was a great atmosphere and the fans were just crazy. Everything was just awesome on my trip."

Kemp saw Nebraska stay with the running game and really rotate through all of the running backs. He also saw so many different formations and the idea of early playing time, staying fresh and in a multiple set offense really impressed him.

"They played all of their running backs and that really surprised me about Nebraska. They played three or four different running backs last night. They also do single back, I formation, zone read and other sets. It was awesome. I think I would be a great fit for their offense."

Kemp was literally on the plane with caught up with him. Before he had to get off the phone he gave the Nebraska visit a perfect rating and said that he has a lot to think about going home and at home.

"I would say that the visit was a "10". It was just that good and nothing was bad about it. I am thinking about things now with South Florida. I need to talk with my parents, I might need to take more visits and think about my commitment."

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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