Cameron Stewart will visit UCF this weekend

Nebraska is still looking for some help at the wide receiver position. After no contact with the staff following Bo Pelini being fired the Huskers are back in the picture for Cameron Stewart.

Lithonia (Ga.) Shiloh wide receiver Cameron Stewart had a period of time that he was unable to reach Nebraska around the time that Bo Pelini was fired. The 6-foot-3.5 and 190-pound recruit has gotten a hold of Nebraska and everything is back to how it was.

"Yes sir, I have spoken with Nebraska," Stewart said. "I have been talking with Coach Charlton Warren who recruits Georgia. We are setting up a home visit two weeks from now."

Stewart is still only considering two schools. He says that he will take an official visit to the second school this weekend and has already seen the school before in the past. This time will be different though.

"I am still only considering UCF with Nebraska. It's really just those two schools. I am taking my official visit to UCF this Friday. I have been there a couple of times before, but this will be the first chance for my mom."

Stewart traveled by himself to Nebraska and says that won't hurt his decision because his mom didn't make the trip. He says that Nebraska has a great opportunity to help overlook that fact when the Nebraska staff is in-home in a couple of weeks.

"My mom didn't go with me on my official visit to Nebraska. That won't hurt them if I decide that's where I want to go. I think that it will really help here when Nebraska does their in-home visit and she can meet Coach Warren."

The Huskers look like they are in a good position for Stewart. Even after the official visit this weekend to UCF everyone will have to wait for Stewart to announce his decision until February. "I will be making my decision on signing day," Stewart said.


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