JUCO WR Mike Williams commits to Nebraska; another honor for Scott Frost
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Nebraska coach Scott Frost received another commitment Wednesday evening, this time from junior college wide receiver Mike Williams. Williams comes to Nebraska from East Mississippi Community College and shared his decision on Twitter.
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Another day, another award
Frost received another award on Wednesday for his work at Central Florida. This time? Frost was honored with the Paul “Bear” Bryant Coach of the Year Award.
A big fan
Legendary Florida State coach Bobby Bowden is a big fan of Frost. He has yet to meet him, but he is looking forward to the chance.
Change of plans
Tommy Bush was considering Nebraska at one point, but the 4-star wide receiver from Schertz, Texas, has changed his mind. Bush confirmed the news to Land of 10’s Chris Bumbaca.
Frost already is making a splash on the recruiting trail with Nebraska. To really understand Frost’s recruiting approach, Land of 10’s Sean Keeler looked at what the Huskers’ new coach is doing to be so successful.
Stanley Morgan’s impact
What kind of impact does wide receiver Stanley Morgan Jr.’s decision to stay at Nebraska have on the team? It goes beyond the numbers.
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