Nebraska Red-White visitor look: DB

Nebraska will have at least four scholarship offerees on campus on Saturday.

With four graduating defensive backs this season, Nebraska head coach Mike Riley has hinted the Huskers will be heavy on the secondary in the 2018 class.

Could Nebraska’s Red-White on Saturday game be a large step in accomplishing a strong group?

Here are four known prospects in town:

http://www.scout.com/player/190309-bookie-radley-hiles?s=204 IMG Academy (Florida) four-star corner Bookie Radley-Hiles highlights the group. Making a return trip to Lincoln, Radley-Hiles played last season at Calabasas high school with current Huskers’ Keyshawn Johnson Jr. and Tristan Gebbia. He is a cousin to current Husker Tyjon Lindsey. Radley-Hiles is making a summer decision and could be a huge domino if he pulled the trigger on Nebraska.

http://www.scout.com/player/213404-mario-goodrich?s=204 Nebraska is trending upward lately for Lee’s Summit corner Mario Goodrich, who will be making his first trip to Lincoln. He has said in the past he will be making a National Signing Day decision, but some feel it could come earlier.  Goodrich now has 10+ offers, with schools like Ole Miss and Iowa also jumping into the mix.

http://www.scout.com/player/198395-talanoa-hufanga?s=204 The Scout.com four-star athlete, the Huskers like Hufanga in the secondary – most likey at safety. With 20+ offers, including USC his favorite school growing up – getting Hufanga on campus for an unofficial visit is big for Nebraska. A decision won’t likely come until late in the recruiting proess, but Nebraska could be setting themselves up for an official in the fall.

http://www.scout.com/player/206124-jordan-moore?s=204 Moore is committed to Texas A&M, but will be visiting Nebraska over the weekend. Moore is the twin brother of IMG Academy wide receiver Joshua Moore. Joshua appears to be strongly considering Nebraska - citing a strong relationship with receivers coach Keith Williams. Jordan recently told Scout.com's Billy Embody he would be completely shutting down his recruitment in May - giving schools a small window to try to flip him. He's already visited TCU, Texas and LSU.

 


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