The Nebraska Staff Will Hit The Road During The Bye

The Nebraska football coaching staff will use the weekend to do a little recruiting.

With Nebraska currently on a bye this week, the Huskers coaching staff will be hitting the road to not only evaluate prospects, but to make sure current targets are feeling the love. 

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On Friday the school's official football account on Twitter dropped this tweet. 

https://twitter.com/HuskerFBNation/status/784399858052374528

Doing a little research, their stop in Los Angeles will likely be to see target Jamire Calvin. It is unknown if they will have time to see any other prospects in action, but other stops are expected. 

http://www.scout.com/player/198200-jamire-calvin?s=204

In Houston, the staff is expected to see recent TCU decommitment R.J. Sneed, who has been talking with Nebraska, Wisconsin, Ole Miss and UCLA for some time. Sneed reminds us of current Nebraska receiver Stanley Morgan Jr. 

http://www.scout.com/player/195766-r-j-sneed?s=204

Nebraska offensive line coach Mike Cavanaugh is headed to Seattle. He could be visiting the nation's No. 1 offensive tackle Foster Sarell, who has already taken an official visit to Nebraska. Nebraska has major ground to make up with Sarrell, who is leaning towards Stanford at the moment, with Washington still heavily in the mix in the No. 2 spot. 

https://twitter.com/HuskerFBNation/status/784412113133375489

In addition, assistant coaches John Parrella, Danny Langsdorf and Trent Bray will head to Dallas. Parrella will likely be seeing four-star defensive tackle Damion Daniels, who is favoring Nebraska and officially visited the Huskers in September. Langsdorf could be going to watch offensive tackle Chuck Filiaga who recently said he will be visiting Nebraska on an official visit. 

Defensive backs coach Brian Stewart is expected in California and could be there to watch Trajon Cotton, who recently visited Lincoln. 

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