Guy can't wait

Jay Guy is one of two high school defensive lineman to enroll at Nebraska in January. Guy is always a reserved interview, but in talking to him and his future about being a Cornhusker, he lets it hang out a little bit. Guy will be up in Lincoln this weekend to start his life as a Cornhusker.
January 6, 2010

Trio set to arrive by the weekend

It's a trend anymore that kids want to enroll early at their future colleges. Nebraska gets three of their own, all slated to be in Lincoln by this weekend.
January 5, 2010

Expecting company

One of the most important commitments for Nebraska, not just for his ranking, is Jay Guy. Nebraska is going to be looking for some bodies to man the big hole left in it when Ndamukong Suh heads to the pros next year. Guy is also valuable because he will be on campus in just three short weeks. What does Guy think about becoming a future Blackshirt?
December 15, 2009

Huskers get their "Guy."

Defensive tackle Jay Guy kind of had a feeling that Nebraska might be the place. That's why he took the visit. And for a defensive lineman, he couldn't have picked a better game as both the Nebraska and Oklahoma defensive lines dominated. It wasn't just that, but it certainly didn't hurt in turning Guy from a hopeful to a definite commit to the Big Red.
November 8, 2009

Guy talks favorites

Jay Guy was the first commitment for Cal and their 2010 class. Guy committed just weeks after signing day to Cal and literally just a few months later was going to give schools like Nebraska a look. Cal was the first school to get an official visit from Guy and then came UCLA. Nebraska is on tap next for Guy, but has he narrowed it to three schools?
October 12, 2009

UCLA's Next for Guy

This weekend, Sept. 19, Texas defensive tackle Jay Guy will be heading to California to visit UCLA officially. "It's in Los Angeles," Guy said. "I also like that it's something different from what I'm used to. I've heard great things about UCLA and I like how they play in the Rose Bowl." On Oct. 30 Guy visits Minnesota. "I really respect the coaches there, especially coach Richard Hightower..."
September 17, 2009