A return trip to Lincoln in the works

The offensive tackle position is extremely important for Nebraska and the 2013 class. The Huskers already have a pair of top, interior offensive line commits. One of their top tackle targets is making a return visit on his own dime.

David Knevel from Brantford (Ont.) Pauline Johnson Collegiate and Vocational School has three official visits under his belt with a fourth planned next month. There are already plans for Knevel to return to one of the schools he took an official visit to.

"I have been to Nebraska, Purdue and West Virginia," Knevel said. "My dad didn't go with us on the trip to Nebraska. We are going to go down to Lincoln for an unofficial visit. It will be for the Penn State game."

Knevel and his mom both enjoyed the trip to Nebraska that's why it's important for Knevel's father to see Nebraska and Lincoln. David says that he and his father like a lot of the same things and he is looking forward to him seeing Nebraska.

"My dad is a pretty cool guy. What he likes I like too. We want to take the visit and let him check out the environment, how they play in the game, let him meet and talk to the coaches and see what the school has to offer."

Knevel will take his fourth official visit the weekend after he gets back from Nebraska for his unofficial visit. Knevel plans on making all five visits and says that two schools are really standing out to him the most right now.

"The official visit to Wisconsin is the weekend right after Nebraska. My dad is going with me on that trip. I plan on taking an official visit to Washington State too. I would say that Purdue and Nebraska are my top two in no specific order."

Knevel and his Pauline Johnson Collegiate and Vocational School team are in a must-win situation this week. Knevel said that if his team wins this week that his team will make the playoffs.

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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