Straight out of Jersey, committed
"Joe kept trying to get me down there." Rashawn said of his former teammate, Joe Dailey. "He kept saying I needed to take a look, so I figured I would check it out."
"I don't know, it wasn't like I was expecting corn all over, but it was just a lot different, a lot more to everything I saw."
Part of that had to do with the actual game he saw as the Huskers hosted the ‘Buffs. What he ended up seeing despite the loss had as much of an impact as anything. "I learned they weren't quitters." He said. "They never let up no matter what and that's impressive."
"And you can tell from the way they are in the locker room that they believe in coach Callahan."
That belief, that feeling of
being impressed, some would wonder if all that is even enough to sway
Thinking about possibly his place with the Huskers, that is. A place that probably couldn't hurt to have a running back that stands 6'2", but sports a gargantuan 250 plus pounds on his frame, but still manages to move at a reported 4.6/40 pace.
It doesn't take an Einstein to figure out what Rashawn thinks his strength is. "If you're in my way, you won't be very long." He said. "I can move though and I have speed. People look at my size and just think I am this big back type that can only go up the middle. That's a mistake if they think that."
It's a mistake that
As for any real decision,
however, on whether or not Nebraska did indeed make an impression on him enough
to change his mind, Rashawn said that he probably won't know that until the
calendar says it's time for him to know. "Come signing day, I'll sign
somewhere." He said. "Right now, I would say it's
"I still consider myself a commit, but I guess anything can happen."