With the offensive struggles Nebraska has been having and the continued recruiting that all schools do of kids who are commits, you had to know that some on the list of commits might waffle a bit. One did, that being two-way standout Curtis Carter. What you might find interesting is what led to him becoming a former Husker commit. And you can read all about it on the Red Zone
December 7, 2009
One of Nebraska's most electric commits, Curtis Carter is obviously coveted by the Huskers, but his status as a hot commodity didn't change with his pledge to the Big Red. The question is: has it had any impact on him, and if any, how much? Check out the Red Zone as we talked to Curtis about schools who are trying to get him to sign with someone other than Nebraska.
December 4, 2009
I was set for a return trip to Stonewall (LA), to get more highlights of Husker commit Curtis Carter. If you remember a few weeks ago I attended another one his games against Grant. That game was held in a driving rain storm against an inferior opponent, so Curtis wouldn't be on display the entire game, as they had to keep him fresh and healthy for the bigger games down the road.
November 11, 2009
Curtis Carter, the dynamic all-around athlete from Stonewall (LA) took his first official visit of the year to see the Huskers this weekend. Carter has said he would like to wait and make a commitment around Christmas time, but has the visit to Lincoln changed that timeframe? Get the latest inside.
October 18, 2009
In an effort to bring speed and athleticism to their roster, the Huskers made an early offer over the summer to Curtis Carter, the talented playmaker from Stonewall (LA). Shortly thereafter he set up his first official visit to Nebraska, which will take place this weekend. What are his thoughts on the upcoming visit? Could we see a commitment? Find out the latest inside.
October 16, 2009
Curtis Carter sits as one of the better two-way athletes Nebraska is looking at this year. So, what the heck, we went to check him out. It was an interesting experience, because who would have thought that Louisianans had so much familiarity with Nebraska. But they do. Check out the Red Zone to see the first full write up on the Nebraska experience in Louisiana, and, of course, thoughts on Curtis.
October 11, 2009