Spring game visitor

There is little doubt that the wide receiver position is going to get a lot of attention in the 2010 class for Nebraska. There may be as many as three or even four commitments. This could indicate a need that might even move into a chance to see the field early in a career at Nebraska. One of the wide receivers Nebraska has their eye on will be in Lincoln for the spring game this weekend.

At 6-foot-3 and 185-pounds, Keeston Terry has good size for a wide receiver. The standout from Blue Springs (Mo.) will be visiting Nebraska this weekend for the annual Red-White game.

"Yes sir, I will be in Lincoln this weekend," Terry said. "I am looking forward to seeing the atmosphere. I hear it's crazy at their spring game.

"I think that it's great that Nebraska can sell out their spring game. It gets me excited to know that their fans are that excited about their team."

Keeston really likes what Nebraska has to offer. The Nebraska program also has fans that avidly follow their team.

"I think that it's a great school and program. They have tradition. They have the facilities. It's the only program in the area so everyone follows them."

Terry says above everything else that his intelligence really plays into things on the football field. However, he has the athleticism to go along with that bigger frame and when the right play is called he can make the home run play.

"I would say that I am a smart player. I have pretty good speed. I would say that I am versatile. I can catch it out of the backfield, the slot or the flanker.

"I look forward to getting a chance to run the post pattern. It's a home run hitter. When it comes down to needing a big play they put it on a playmaker."


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