After seeing Nebraska once already in late March, Watkinsville (Ga.) Oconee County linebacker Jaleel Laguins was back this past weekend, taking an official visit to Lincoln.
A Georgia soft verbal commitment, Laguins plans to take more official visits in the coming weeks.
“I went out there and took it all in,” said Laguins, regarding his Nebraska trip. “I can honestly say, I enjoyed my visit. I love the fans so much. Seeing the team battle back after being down, they never quit. They went out there with the mindset that they were going to win this game when down.”
With junior linebackers Josh Banderas and Michael Rose sidelined, plus Marcus Newby battling cramps, Laguins got a first-hand look at the Nebraska depth. The senior
“I have the mindset that wherever I go, I will play right away. So I feel that way about Nebraska,” said Laguins. “I feel like I fit in at Nebraska. Talking with the players, I could see myself there.
The senior mentioned LSU and Kentucky as schools he will officially visit down the road. Laguins remains a guy who will likely be hard to flip from Georgia.