With another junior day on the slate for Saturday, Nebraska once again hosted an impressive crop of recruits.
Recruits watched the Huskers practice before spending time with their position coaches and other members of the coaching staff. They also took tours of the campus and football facilities.
Here are some reactions from the prospects at junior day via Twitter.
McCaffrey and his father, former NFL wide receiver Ed, made the trip from Colorado. The younger brother of Christian McCaffrey, who plays in the NFL for the Carolina Panthers, is being recruited as a dual-threat quarterback.
— Luke McCaffrey (@mccaffrey_luke) April 8, 2018
Jameson Wang, a pro-style quarterback in the 2020 class, came in from California. The 6-foot recruit attends Harvard Westlake.
— Jameson Wang (@QBJman8) April 7, 2018
Arizona native and one of the top kicking prospects in the class, Austin McNamara, was there.
Awesome Junior Day here in Lincoln. The facilities, coaching staff, and stadium are fantastic. After a great day today, I’m happy to receive an offer to play for The University of Nebraska!! 🌽🔴⚪️ #GBR #HuskerFootball pic.twitter.com/sAVCt0JJMK
— Austin McNamara (@aust_31) April 7, 2018
Three prospects from Cardinal Ritter College Prep in St. Louis — 2019 cornerback Keith Jones and 2020 defensive linemen Anthony Baker and Joe Moore — made the trip.
— 1ce Pàpí❄️⚡️ (@therealkeithjo) April 7, 2018
— Anthony Baker™️ (@AntDog52) April 8, 2018
Grayson said the visit was “amazing” and that he wants to return to Lincoln soon.
“The facilities were amazing,” he said. “[Going onto] the field was probably the best part.”
The 3-star back picked up a Huskers offer a couple of weeks ago. Nebraska has positioned itself favorably with him.
Stick with Land of 10 for more reactions from junior day.