This week's visitors!

Nebraska gets a 2:30 start against Purdue and an opportunity to host official visitors. The Huskers host three key official visitors which play positions that are important to the closure of the 2015 class for Nebraska.

Nebraska has just two home games left this season with the first coming on Saturday against Purdue. The Huskers get a 2:30 start -- after an 11:00 start a week ago against Rutgers -- which will allow for a few official visitors as well as a very important unofficial visitor to attend.

Official visitors:

Zach Robertson, OL, 6-foot-4/315-pounds, Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco - Robertson is a bit of a new name to Nebraska fans although he's had the Nebraska offer for awhile. Some might point to Robertson nearly announcing a commitment in September and somewhat written it off. Robertson is an amazing target for the Huskers to bubble up now that could potentially go with the other commits in the class. Robertson is holding other offers from Arizona State, Arkansas, LSU, Notre Dame, UCLA, USC and others.

Adrian Miller, WR, 6-foot-3 and 170-pounds, Dallas (Texas) Bishop Dunne - Miller was the last addition to the group of visitors this weekend for the Huskers. The explosive receiver is technically a commitment to Illinois, but has been talking about taking visits to other schools since September. Miller has already visited Texas Tech and it seems that he will also visit at least Arizona State in a later weekend. Nebraska can make up substantial ground with Miller this weekend and put themselves in a great position to potentially earn his commitment.

Tony Brown, WR, 6-foot-1 and 170-pounds, LaMirada (Calif.) - Brown got the offer from Nebraska after a big game performance at USC. The offer from the Huskers had the Brown's ready to get to Lincoln, but a visit couldn't be pulled together until now. Brown has seen a huge up-tick in his recruiting recently with interest like USC, UCLA, Notre Dame and others. Brown is planning trips to Washington State, Utah and others in the coming weeks.

Unofficial visitor:

Kendall Bussey, RB, 5-foot-9 and 190-pounds, New Orleans (La.) Isidore Newman - There will likely be a number of Nebraska commits in attendance for the game on Saturday, but Bussey is a little different. Nebraska fans are counting down the days to signing day based on the offers that have found their way to Bussey after committing to the Huskers. The latest was Tennessee to go along with previous offers from teams such as USC, Notre Dame, Arkansas, Texas A&M and others.

This may not be a big quantity weekend for Nebraska, but there is some serious quality that will be in attendance this weekend. Stay tuned to BigRedReport.com for all the latest recruiting news!


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