Nebraska commit talks about official visit

Nebraska told Larenzo Stewart this weekend that they envision using him a lot like Ameer Abdullah once he gets to Lincoln. The running back from Spring (Texas) Klein Oak says that he wants to help out the team in any way possible.

Nebraska commitment Larenzo Stewart was one of four commitments in town this week for their official visit. The 5-foot-7 and 170-pound running back from Spring (Texas) Klein Oak felt like part of the team immediately in Lincoln.

"I am already at the airport," Stewart said. "I got up to Lincoln on Thursday about 2:00. I met with a lot of people when I got in and saw the campus.

"I ate with the players later that night and went to all of the pre-game meetings like I was part of the team. That felt great."

Before the game Stewart said that the tunnel walk and the crowd noise were incredible. Coming out of the tunnel he said that there were a lot of little kids asking for high-fives from the recruits.

"The tunnel walk and the crowd noise were amazing. They were all yelling "Go Big Red!" as we were coming out onto the field. I had goosebumps. I was high-fiving all of the kids in the tunnel."

The staff at Nebraska was able to lay out how they plan to use Stewart when he gets to Lincoln. He said that he will do whatever the coaches ask him to do.

"They told me that they plan to use me the same way they use Ameer Abdullah and do some kick off returns and punt returns. I will do anything I can to help the team."

Stewart got a chance to meet and hang out with a number of future teammates this weekend. He also spoke with a couple of the uncommitted official visitors when he got a chance.

"It was nice getting a chance to hang out with some of the other commits. I really got to know Peyton Newell, Tanner Farmer, Luke Gifford and Freedom Akinmoladun.

"I spoke with Terrell Clinkscales and Byerson Cockrell who were all there. They were cool. They were having a good time. I spoke with Byerson more than Terrell and we talked about the fans and the academic support that Nebraska provides."

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Bryan Munson has worked with Big Red Report for 12 years covering recruiting and football and has covered Nebraska recruiting for 14 years.
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