Five-star Augustus Hawkins high school (Cali.) wide receiver Joseph Lewis was visiting Nebraska over the weekend when Husker wide receiver coach Keith Williams was cited for a DUI.
Visiting Lincoln for the second time, the impact of the arrest on Lewis has been a hot discussion point when looking at the topic the last 24 hours.
Lewis hasn’t been the only recruit that has had his name associated with story. Calabasas high school four-star 2018 cornerback Bookie Radley-Hiles, arguably the Huskers biggest target in next year’s class, had the following tweet on Sunday.
A few hours later, he responded to a tweet not exactly supporting his original tweet.
Four-star 2017 wide receiver Tyjon Lindsey, who will be making a decision in the coming weeks, followed suit with Radley-Hiles.
Los Angeles Cathedral high school (Cali.) wide receiver Jamire Calvin squashed any notion he might not be visiting later this fall. The Huskers have been a favorite for quite some time after visiting during the spring.
Nebraska wide receiver commit Jaevon McQuitty tweeted only one word, but the picture said it a lot.
And the Huskers most famous commit, Keyshawn Johnson Jr., also chimed in.
Nebraska head coach Mike Riley said Williams will face consequences, but nothing will be announced until a later date. Whatever happens, it appears Nebraska’s wide receiver recruits are sticking by the 45-year old coach.