Admire rates it a "10"

There sounds like there will be a renewed emphasis in recruiting the Kansas City area and Nebraska has already yielded one from that area. Dylan Admire, from Overland Park (Kans.) Blue Valley West, was up in Lincoln this weekend along with the other four commitments for 2011 to Nebraska's spring game. Admire came away impressed in Nebraska and with his future team mates.

Dylan Admire was up in Lincoln to see the spring game today. More than that though, he was in Lincoln to start catching up with some family that is in the area.

"I have my dad's uncles and I have some cousins that are in Lincoln," Admire said. "Some of them already go to NU, but I have one that will be going there next year.

"I will have some family already up there in town and in school. I don't know them real well, but I am going over to meet them tonight and get acquainted with them."

The experience of the spring game really blew away all of the recruits that Big Red Report spoke with to this point and Admire is no exception.

"The spring game was unbelievable. Just how many people that were there for the game and how the fans were during the game. It was incredible.

"It was crazy how many people wanted all of our (the recruits) autographs and wanted to shoot pictures with us. That was really cool. I didn't think that it would be like that."

Admire got in early and got a chance to speak to a couple of fellow 2011 commitments. Today though, all five of the commitments were really hanging out during the game.

"Last night there was a dinner and I got to meet Ryan Klachko and Jamal Turner. I played a little pool with Jamal and hung out. Today I hung out with Tyler Moore and Ryne Reeves along with Jamal and Ryan at the game.

"I think that we all really bonded together so nothing will be weird or anything like that next year. I think that this is a good group of recruits that all really gets along well. It's a good core."

Admire didn't hesitate in giving the spring game experience a perfect score. The game was great and more than that all five of the 2011 commitments have good team chemistry already.

"If a "10" was the best, then it was definitely a "10". The chemistry was great between all of the recruits, no clashing, and everyone got along great like I knew we would."

After the weekend, seeing the game and getting a chance to mingle with the 2010 signees and the 2011 recruits Admire has a solid opinion on the direction of Nebraska football.

"Nebraska football is on the way up. You got a sense of that after last year's finish. After seeing them today and their offense and knowing the recruiting class they just got and this class now there is no doubt to the direction of the program."


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