Up for debate: Off the radar players

We ask the media panel to name a player who's not being talked about enough heading into 2013.

In our next issue of Big Red Report magazine, we ask the Big Ten Network's Tom Dienhart, the Lincoln Journal Star's Brian Christopherson, and BRR's Josh Harvey to answer a handful of topics previewing the Nebraska Cornhuskers offseason and 2013 season.

So how about a little preview? Here is one question you should expect in the next magazine.

A guy know one is talking about or not talking about enough, but should be?

Dienhart: "I think it would be the redshirt-freshman wide receiver Alonzo Moore. I was at the spring game and he looked really good. I think he's probably generating a little buzz locally, but he could be a guy who's off the radar at a loaded position that makes an impact."

Christopherson: "I would say Charles Jackson is a wildcard that I would keep close watch on this fall during camp. He's learning a new position at safety, he's had to play some catchup, but he has enough talent that he's the type of guy who could emerge and you see on the field more and more. He's right now behind Harvey Jackson and Corey Cooper, but just watch him. The coaches have said he's a guy they want to get on the field. They like him a lot."

Harvey: "For me it would be Andrew Green, who has 22 starts over the last two years, so it's hard to say he's off the radar. But, he was hurt this spring and didn't participate, so people forget how much of an impact he's had in this secondary. While it's always trendy to look at the guys with upside on the second-team units, for example Jonathan Rose and Mo Seisay, Green has the talent to play the position and continue to start if healthy."

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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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