Nebraska in the picture for Wingo

Raymond Wingo has a top six. One team will need to be trimmed from the list when he starts taking his visits, but he's not ready to start doing that quite yet.

Raymond Wingo from St. Louis (Mo.) University is looking beyond his team's record this year so far and sees the bigger picture. Wingo knows that his team is continuing to improve and could peak at the right time.

"Things are going good," Wingo said. "We are 2-4 right now. We don't have district play here. Everyone makes the playoffs so we just need to keep improving."

Wingo is playing corner for his team as well as quarterback. A lot of schools like him at other offensive positions as well, but he has a preference.

"I am playing quarterback and it's going OK. I am also playing cornerback on defense and I would rather play defense. Some teams have said that they like me at wide receiver or running back, but I still like defense better."

The 6-foot-1 and 174-pound Wingo has some of the nation's best programs after him for his services. There are no plans at the moment to take any trips, but he is down to a top six and needs to trim his list of just one team.

"I have been waiting until the season was over to set up or take any official visits. I have a top six and I know that one will need to fall off for the five official visits. They are Arkansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Michigan State, Indiana and Tennessee."

The Nebraska staff has been out to see him play for his senior season already. Wingo says that things are going very good between he and the Nebraska staff.

"Coach John Garrison was at my game a few weeks ago when Nebraska had a bye. I talk to Coach Terry Joseph from Nebraska a lot too. I think that I am building a good relationship with the Nebraska staff."

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Bryan Munson has worked with Big Red Report for 11 years covering recruiting and football and has covered Nebraska recruiting for 13 years.
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