Nebraska was a "10" for Cameron Stewart

A big take away from watching the Nebraska offense is the lack of a big-bodied receiving target. Cameron Stewart says that he noticed it this weekend as well and that he could see himself in the offense.

Lithonia (Ga.) Shiloh wide receiver, and UCF commit, Cameron Stewart took an official visit to Nebraska this weekend. The 6-foot-3.5 and 190-pound recruit got a chance when he got there to meet some of the staff and take a look around.

"I got up to Nebraska and the first thing that I did was meet with some of the coaches," Stewart said. "I saw all of their facilities, met with their strength coach and said the stadium."

On Saturday, Stewart said that he the fan support for the Huskers really impressed him. He got a first-hand glimpse of it when he was coming out of the tunnel and was slapping hand with some of the fans.

"I was really impressed with the fan support at Nebraska. I liked coming out of the locker room. Some of the fans knew who I was."

There isn't a tall receiver that is in the top rotation for Nebraska like Stewart. Stewart noticed that and said that it stood out to him when the Huskers had to go to one of their smaller receivers where a guy with his size could have been called on.

"I can really see myself as a fit for the Nebraska offense. When No. 15 went up to get that last pass and got it stripped it really had me thinking.

The Huskers clearly impressed Stewart based on the perfect score that he gives the visit. He said that there was a video that he got to watch with the team that had him wanting to suit up and take the field.

"The visit was a '10'," Stewart said. "It was really nice. Before the game in the film room the team watched a video of a soldier in the Army and it pumped up the whole team. I was ready to play!"

Big picture is that Stewart still considers himself committed to UCF. Nebraska is obviously still in the picture and there are more plans for additional visits. Stewart said that Nebraska was coming soon for an in-home visit.

"I am still committed to UCF. I really like Nebraska. I am going to make a couple more visits though. Nebraska said that they are coming to see me next weekend for an in-home visit."

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