The budding relationship between Calabasas high school 2018 prospect Bookie Radley-Hiles and Nebraska continues to grow.
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After visiting Lincoln during the Huskers’ Red-White game and competing in Nebraska’s California satellite camp, Radley-Hiles made his second trip to the Cornhusker state over the weekend.
“It felt a little different this time around because I was more comfortable with the city and everyone knew me,” said Radley-Hiles. “It felt really comfortable with the coaching staff.”
With nearly 3,000 fans in attendance for the camp, Riley-Hiles put on a show, locking up wide receivers during 1-on-1s.
“I didn’t expect that many fans. They told me there would be a few fans out there. I didn’t know that many,” said Radley-HIles. “Coach (Brian) Stewart told me afterwards that he enjoyed watching me play there and Coach (Mark) Banker told me I was a great competitor. We talked about my 1-on-1s against guys like Joseph Lewis, Tyjon Lindsey and Jaevon McQuitty.
“The California guys that came out there with us really excelled. We tried to put on a show. Overall I was pretty excited. Anytime we made a play, any of the California guys, the crowd would go crazy. It was a great experience.”
The soon to be junior has offers from the likes of Arizona, Arizona State, Florida, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State, UCLA and USC among others.
“I will be attending three (Nebraska) games this year,” said Radley-Hiles. “I know what games I want to show up to, but don’t know my schedule yet. I know the Fresno State game, the Oregon game, and November 19th against Minnesota. I wanted to bring my mom out for Minnesota, because her birthday is November 15.”
In addition to Nebraska, the University of Florida will likely get three unofficials from the California prep.
“I don’t have any leaders as of right now,” said Radley-Hiles, who is also expecting a trip to LSU.