Under the radar talent

According to national basketball recruiting analyst Brian Snow, Nebraska has a 2013 signee who could potentially be a surprise player at the next level.

Nebraska basketball recruiting hasn't been a topic of interest for most on the national scene over the past decade, but head coach Tim Miles hopes to change that.

Much of the buzz around Nebraska's 2013 class has been focused on New Zealand guard Tai Webster, who averaged 13.5 points per game in the 2012 FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament for his national team.

But FOX Sports NEXT national recruiting analyst Brian Snow points to another player in the Huskers' class who could surprise in a big way. He pointed it out in a recent article featuring five players across the country that could surprise folks.

"In the Big Ten Nebraska has a lot of catching up to do to get to the top of the league, and they are hoping the 2013 class helps them get there. One big piece to the puzzle that they signed is Nick Fuller. The native of Wisconsin is someone who can really shoot the ball on the wing, but he also has the ability to take his man to the rim off the drive.

Fuller has more athleticism than most give him credit for and is just an extremely tough kid. Also he has done battle against many of the top wings in the country, and usually has held his own. He could definitely be one of those under the radar type players who has a very good career and helps Nebraska make strides within the Big Ten."

Fuller averaged nearly 25 points per game for Sun Prairie high school in Wisconsin during his senior year. He ended up the nation's No. 25 small forward in the 2013 class.

To read more players Snow feels could surprise at the next level: CLICK HERE

Josh Harvey has covered college football and recruiting for Fox Sports & Scout.com since 2008. He is now the Publisher of Big Red Report, covering Nebraska athletics.
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