Nebraska is doing their part with the Calabasas trio

Nebraska is impressing the Calabasas crew in Lincoln this weekend.

Nebraska is looking to establish a recruiting pipeline at Calabasas high school in California and could very well be on the way of making it happen. 

With 2016 current safety commit Marquel Dismuke taking in Lincoln this weekend on an official visit, Calabasas underclassmen teammates Keyshawn Johnson Jr. and Darnay Holmes tagged along - their fifth visit to Lincoln in the last year. 

Looking at their social media pages, it appears things are going well for the crew.

For quite some time Big Red Report has been projecting Johnson will eventaully commit to Nebraska. The four-star wide receiver is the son of former NFL vet Keyshawn Johnson, who played for Nebraska head coach Mike Riley at USC while Riley was an offensive coordinator. Recently, despite a strong feeling by many Holmes will end up at Stanford, Big Red Report feels Holmes, a five-star prospect and the nation's No. 6 overall player in the 2017 class, will also sign with the Huskers a year from now. 

Recruiting is fluid and things change overnight, but it appears Nebraska is in good shape at the moment. The Huskers are also strongly recruiting Calabasas 2017 quarterback Tristan Gebbia, also a four-star prospect. 

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