It's been a wild year for Orange Coast LB Shaun Mohler (6-3, 225). He originally committed to Cal in May, but then switched that up after visiting Nebraska in July. When the Huskers fired head coach Bill Callahan after a disappointing season, Mohler began to look around again and this past weekend he settled on another Big 12 school and this time, he said, that's it for him.
December 11, 2007
Earlier in the week Shaun Mohler admitted that he was no longer committed to or really considering Nebraska, but have things changed now that he has had the opportunity to visit with new head coach Bo Pelini? Mohler is also set for an official visit this weekend to see Colorado.
December 7, 2007
JUCO linebacker Shaun Mohler initially gave a verbal commitment to sign with Nebraska, but now that the coaching staff that recruited him is mostly no longer in tact he has decided to move on, and he is now looking in to signing with Oregon, Colorado, or Iowa.
December 5, 2007
It's been a roller-coaster in the recruitment of Orange Coast LB Shaun Mohler (6-3, 225) who committed to Cal during the spring and then switched his commitment to Nebraska on an official visit during the summer. Now the talented outside linebacker, who is leading the state in tackles, has opened his recruiting back up but he's still committed to the Cornhuskers at this time.
October 26, 2007
The Huskers nabbed a big commitment when Shaun Mohler left Lincoln a Husker. There is an immediate need for players at any and all linebacker spots. Mohler will more than likely be brought in to play at one of the outside positions. Mohler took the time to discuss his commitment, why he chose Nebraska and what he's doing this summer.
July 7, 2007
It might have been the longshot of the two weekend visitors to commit, but Nebraska did get a commitment today from a heralded junior college player from California. His commitment, fills a huge need in the class that needs immediate help at his position. In the end, it came down to the people of Nebraska and following his heart.
June 23, 2007