Josh Harvey, Scout.com

Nebraska Official Review: Fresno State Weekend

It is Nebraska official review time. Two months ago the Huskers had a not crop of talent in for Fresno State weekend. Where do they currently sit with visitor?

With two straight road games and only two officials for their last contest, things have been somewhat quite on the recruiting front when it comes to Nebraska. We thought it might be the perfect time to review. 

Where do the previous visitors currently stand? Here is part one of the series.

Weekend of September 3: Fresno State

http://www.scout.com/player/195122-tristan-gebbia/recruiting?year=2016

There was no doubt when it came to Gebbia heading into the official visit and nothing has changed. The senior is having a monster season and actively recruiting for Nebraska behind the scenes in addition to on social media. 

http://www.scout.com/player/197073-avery-roberts/recruiting?year=2016

See Gebbia. The same thing applies to Roberts, who Nebraska landed after jumping into his recruitment early. He's the No. 1 player in Delaware and will be a guy contending for a spot in the Scout Top 100 to end the year. 

http://www.scout.com/player/188409-keyshawn-johnson?s=204

Johnson has all-conference potential in the Big Ten. The fact he is an early enrollee only makes his commitment better. The Huskers are also getting a really solid recruiting coordinator out west with his verbal. He is really the leader of the Calibraska movement. 

http://www.scout.com/player/188688-jaylon-redd/recruiting?year=2016

Nearly a month after officially visiting Nebraska, Redd committed to Oregon. But is his recruitment really done? Redd hasn't visited Oregon officially yet and he's visiting UCLA in late November. With coaches on the hot seat out West, could Nebraska try to jump back in down the road? 

http://www.scout.com/player/196525-damion-daniels/news?year=2016

After visiting Lincoln, Daniels told Big Red Report a week later the Huskers were out front. He recently visited Iowa and he has plans to visit Colorado in mid-November. Nebraska has put themselves in a great position to land the senior. Coach Parrella was seen at Daniel's game during the Huskers' bye week. 

http://www.scout.com/player/193380-thomas-graham/recruiting?year=2016

The Huskers were Graham's first official visit. While they set the bar high, the four-star CB has visited Arizona, Arizona State and Notre Dame since. In addition, Graham is visiting Oregon down the road. Right now it appears the Wildcats are in the lead. 

http://www.scout.com/player/183469-foster-sarell

The visit blew the five-star offensive lineman away, but Stanford and Washington are believed to be out front. Alabama gets an official later this month. You have to wonder how much Washington's season will play a factor here? Looking at Nebraska's depth, we believe he would start next season for the Huskers. 

http://www.scout.com/player/195262-jaylen-kelly-powell

His second visit to Nebraska, Kelly-Powell visited with teammate Donovan People-Jones. Since Kelly-Powell has visited Oregon and Wisconsin. Michigan has also started to put more time in on the senior, showing up to watch him play. We think they might have the inside track to land the four-star talent. 

http://www.scout.com/player/198200-jamire-calvin/recruiting?year=2016

Once thought to be nearly a lock to end up in Lincoln, recently the Scout.com trend meter has Cal moving up in his recruitment. A recent addition to the Scout.com Top 300, if Calvin lands a scholarship from USC or UCLA he will likely jump at the offer. He's been to Nebraska twice. They still have a shot. 

http://www.scout.com/player/181386-donovan-peoples-jones

A few days ago, the receiver put out a top five. It did not include Nebraska, but don't be surprised to see him facing the Huskers one day. Michigan, Michigan State and Ohio State did make the cut. 


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