Nebraska has a tall task in front of them trying to find someone to step up and take the place of Quincy Enunwa. Lauderdale could give Nebraska that big body that they will be missing looking at next year's team. Lauderdale is a big play receiver with the big body, who like others in the 2014 class for Nebraska, has the ability to do returns. Lauderdale has take an official visit to Florida and some other schools he might be considering before signing in February are Arizona State, Miami and Washington among others.
Kalen Ballage, RB, 6-foot-2/215-pounds, Falcon (Colo.) *Arizona STATE COMMIT*
Ballage is a special talent. He's a player that Nebraska fans have known about for a while. After missing a visit in June for Big Red Weekend after wildfires threatened his home the athlete will finally visit Lincoln this weekend. Oddly though, prior to visiting Nebraska, Ballage committed to Arizona State suddenly and there may be some issue with his commitment getting out there publicly. We will see if that helps the Huskers in the long run. Ballage could play a number of positions for Nebraska, but would initially get a chance at running back.
Coltin Gerhart, QB, 6-foot-1/215-pounds, Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta *ARIZONA STATE COMMIT*
Gerhart is a new name to most Husker fans. In fact, their familiarity with Coltin may be due to being Toby Gerhart's little brother who was a Heisman Trophy runner-up from Stanford and plays for the Minnesota Vikings. Gerhart is another great athlete that could play on either side of the ball in college, but the Huskers have entered the picture for Gerhart because of their desire for him to play quarterback at the next level. He's another Sun Devil commit like Ballage and Arizona State is now telling Gerhart that he can play quarterback just like a lot of other schools. There may be a connection from Gerhart to both Taylor and Drake Martinez.
Kweishi Brown, CB, 6-foot-0/185-pounds, El Cajon (Calif.) Grossmont C.C.
Nebraska clearly found some junior college defensive backs later in the year that they were interested in because it seemed to be a need that all the way into early November wasn't being addressed. Brown is a solid cornerback who was committed to Arkansas, but chose to open things up. The Huskers will benefit by his choice, and he's actually ruled out the Razorbacks now, and it could be Nebraska and Arizona State (again for this weekend) dueling it out with one another for a recruit's services.