Nebraska Still Hot On The Trail Of Anthony Summers

Securing a commit from Anthony Summers would be excellent for the Cornhuskers in that not only would it boost the receiving corps, but possibly the defensive secondary as well. We caught up with the brother of Markeith to check out his feelings on Nebraska and how his recruitment has been going in general.

What happens when you take a 6' 3", 200 pound, 4.5 40 yard dash-running former quarterback and turn him into either a wide receiver or a safety?  Good things and that's what the University of Nebraska is looking to acquire in the brother of Markeith Summers, Anthony Summers.  The Cornhuskers are working diligently to secure the commits of both brothers, but we were able to sit down with Anthony to get his side of how things are going lately.

He reports that no new offers have come in the past month or so and his current tally is 20 with the likes of Florida, LSU, Alabama, Auburn, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Memphis, Nebraska, Southern Miss, Maryland, Miami (FL) and Notre Dame included.  He will be starting two-a-days with his team on Monday, so naturally camps and what not are a thing of the past. 

When looking at official visits, Anthony already has a list in mind of where he would like to visit.  "I'd like to get to Florida, Nebraska, Alabama, Ole Miss and LSU," he said.  Those schools also represent Anthony's current top 5.  In looking at his relationship with the Cornhuskers, both Summers brothers keep in close contact with Mississippi product Brandon Jackson, whom the boys played against in high school.

 "I like them a lot because I know Brandon Jackson and he told us about it how the coaches were, how things were run," he said.  Anthony reports that Brandon had nothing but good things to say about his experience in Lincoln thus far and would like to see his former opponents follow his path.

Big Red Report Top Stories