Huskers offer another from St. Augustine

You measure success on the field in wins and losses. You measure success in recruiting into being able to dip into talent-rich states and pull players out of there. Nebraska is trying to get some Florida talent into Lincoln. Nebraska has already offered Jacques Rickerson from Saint Augustine (Flor.) and now they have targeted his teammate.

School is out and getting into camps and taking summer trips are the hot topic. Quintin Hancock from St. Augustine (Flor.) just returned from a camp at Florida this past weekend and is eyeing a camp at Georgia in July.

"I just came from the Florida camp. I think that I did good there. I will probably go to Georgia now for camp. That is on July 8 or July 9."

Besides making it to camp, Hancock is trying to improve himself as a receiver. In particular, he would like to improve his blocking techniques. "I have been working out. I am also trying to improve my blocking as a wide receiver."

As of right now Hancock is holding 10 offers from some good programs. He hasn't sat down to think about his leaders yet and hasn't started to eliminate any schools from his list. "I am up to 10 offers. I have offers from South Carolina, North Carolina, Nebraska, Auburn, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Wake Forest, Wisconsin and one more."

Nebraska might be feeling good about their chances with Hancock because they are the only team that Hancock has set an official with thus far. "I have an official visit set up to go to Nebraska. That is for the Oklahoma game. I picked that game out."

Besides being one of the furthest away school to offer, Hancock has got to know Coach Jordan pretty well and knows about their change in offense and what that might mean to him being a receiver.

"I think that they are a good school and have a good coach. Coach Randy Jordan is recruiting me from Nebraska. He said that they're running the West Coast offense and throwing the football."

Hancock has good speed for a 6-foot-2 and 190 pound receiver with a 4.6/40. However, he claims that his natural ability to use his hands and catch the ball plus his size are his biggest strengths. "I think that using my hands and my size."

"I had 30 catches for 400 yards and four touchdowns. I was all-county and all-conference last year as a receiver." Big Red Report will keep you up to date with all of the latest on Nebraska Cornhusker recruiting!

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