Walker still thinking about Nebraska

Nebraska fans didn't see any commitments immediately following the big recruiting weekend around the Wisconsin game, but that doesn't mean that some of the players that did visit that weekend won't end up committing eventually.

. Dominic Walker from Orlando (Flor.) Evans could have had visitors at his game this past week, but he's not sure. The 6-foot-2 and 190-pound receiver says that he will have to wait until he talks to Nebraska later this week to find out if the Huskers was there to see him that night or not.

"I don't know for sure," Walker said. "They might have been there. I didn't see them and I didn't talk to them or anything. If they were here they might have just come to my game and then walked out. Our season is going good. We are 5-1 overall and 2-0 in district. I don't know what my stats are for the year though. I need to check that out."

Walker took a visit to Nebraska, as a Vanderbilt commitment, he has since backed off of his commitment to Vanderbilt entirely, and says that he has been staying in touch with Nebraska a lot. Walker says that people kid him that he's committed to Nebraska. He's not, but he did like his visit to Lincoln.

"Since I visited Nebraska I keep in touch with Nebraska a lot. I talk mostly with Coach Tim Beck and Coach Rich Fisher from Nebraska. Taking the visit there really opened my eyes to Nebraska and I really like them.

?"I like Nebraska a lot. A lot of people kid with me all the time that I am really committed to Nebraska, but I just like them. I am thinking about committing though. I really liked what I saw on my visit."

Walker has seen a couple of schools. Nebraska has the edge on the other because he went there for a game. He says that the game day environment in Lincoln would be tough to beat anywhere. He is going to take an official visit to this other school in December.

?"I have been to both Cincinnati and Nebraska. I really like both schools. I was up at Cincinnati for a camp this summer and I tore it up. They have been on me ever since.

"I would say that Nebraska will have the edge over them in the game environment and their fan bases. I am planning on going there for a visit on December 7th."

Walker says that he could commit to Nebraska at some point in the near future. He does have a plan to wait until at the end of his season though and he plans on his season going very, very late in the year.

"I think that I plan on committing maybe two weeks after my season. That would probably be a week or so after I should be getting back from Cincinnati. I plan on going to state this year so our season is going to last a while."

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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