Kildow doing well in Lincoln

The first session of the Nebraska Summer Camp, wasn't producing jaw-dropping buzz as you might expect, here and there. That was until in-state prospect Ty Kildow took the stage. Not long on size, but big on athleticism, Kildow showed what he could do. Kildow talked about his experience, his performance and just what he thinks about his potential future with the big red.

At 5-foot-7 and 170 pounds, Ty Kildow isn't going to stand out in a crowd. However, on a football with 21 other people on it at the same time he is going to stand out just fine.

Kildow, a running back/wide receiver/utility standout from Omaha (Nebr.) Millard South, is in Lincoln this week with his 4.4 speed. The camp has been going well for Kildow.

"It's been real good," Kildow said. "We did a lot of one on ones on Wednesday. That has probably been the most fun part of the camp so far."

Beyond the one on ones, Kildow has put up the fastest 40 time of everyone at camp with a sub-4.4 time. He also thinks that his shuttle time was very respectable.

"I think that I am doing pretty well. I won most of my one on ones. I also ran a 4.39 the other day. That is the fastest time at the camp, I haven't heard any faster, and I have had faster, unofficial times.

"I think that I did well in the shuttle too. I think that I did a 4-flat. They didn't give us our other testing numbers yet. I think that I tested well."

The Huskers are talking to Kildow about where they see him fitting in. Nebraska likes him doing the same exact things in Lincoln that he does at Millard South with one exception. Kildow is good on the field from all angles.

"Nebraska is talking to me about playing wide receiver and also handling return duties. I do the same things at Millard South and I also do line up at running back.

"I had around 44 catches for 976 yards receiving with 10 touchdowns and 13 carries for 315 yards with three touchdowns and I am not sure on my return stats beyond two kickoff returns for touchdowns and one on a punt return.

"I was all-state for both the Omaha and the Lincoln papers and was the honorary captain in Class A. I was also all-conference, all-district and all-metro."

There is one team that has tendered an offer to Kildow already. However, it's Kildow's hope and dream to get the Nebraska offer to become a Cornhusker.

"I have one offer. I picked up an offer from North Dakota. When I came to this camp it was my goal to get an offer. It would mean a lot to get that offer. I grew up watching Nebraska."

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