Visit to Lincoln put on hold

One of the top high school offensive tackle prospects on Nebraska's board has to be Chanhassen (Minn.) OL Frank Ragnow. Ragnow was set to see Lincoln this weekend, but canceled. What are his plans?

Frank Ragnow was set to see Nebraska a second time this weekend. The No. 36 offensive tackle in the nation was just coming off of a visit to Arkansas and was headed to Lincoln until his plans changed.

"I was going to visit Nebraska originally," Ragnow said over text message, "but, Nebraska and I decided to move the visit because a lot of the players are gone."

Just because the visit didn't work out this weekend doesn't mean that Nebraska won't host Ragnow. He says that there is still time this summer or Nebraska is a team that will likely get an official visit. "Maybe later this summer or probably for an official visit."

Ragnow has been to see Nebraska before. The 6-foot-6 and 285-pound offensive tackle was in Lincoln for the spring game in April. It was clear after that visit that he really liked what Nebraska had to offer in terms of facilities and their offensive style.

"Nebraska is definitely up there for having the coolest facilities I have ever seen. Especially the weight room with the cool technology they have on every squat rack that video tapes you and analyzes you. That was insane. And their academic center was really nice.

"I believe that Nebraska's offense fits my style. After watching today they really liked to get down field and move in space which I believe fits me."

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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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