The Nebraska recruiting machine churns all week. Join us Monday through Friday nights when we recap recruiting news and offer analysis and context.
Offers this week
Nebraska coaches are out on the road this week, visiting satellite camps across the country. The Huskers offered quite a few recruits after seeing them in person. Here’s the full list of offers, which include some recruits who weren’t at camps.
The most recent offer went to 2019 quarterback JT Daniels. He has 17 offers, including from Stanford, Washington and Alabama. He’s the fourth pro-style quarterback Nebraska has offered in the class. Nine of the 10 predictions on the 247Sports Crystal Ball have him ending up at Stanford.
A 2019 cornerback, Jaden Davis is a 5-foot-11, 165-pound defensive back from Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He was offered by Nebraska after the camp at Florida International.
Davis has 34 offers, including from Miami, Michigan, Ohio State and Tennessee. Davis has visited Miami twice, plus Syracuse and Southern Cal.
Kenny McIntosh is the No. 9 athlete in the 2019 class and was offered by Nebraska on Thursday, according to HuskersOnline’s Nate Clouse.
McIntosh is ranked as a 4-star by 247Sports, and holds 22 offers, including from Alabama, Miami, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Clemson. Like Davis, he’s also a high priority for Miami.
Max Duggan is a 4-star 2019 quarterback from Lewis Central in Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Duggan is the No. 5 pro-style passer and No. 3 player from Iowa in the 2019 class, per the 247Sports rankings. He was offered by Penn State on June 3 after attending the Nittany Lions’ camp. He also has offers from Iowa, Iowa State, Kansas State and North Carolina.
Duggan was offered on the same day that Nebraska’s top 2019 QB target, Grant Gunnell, committed to Texas A&M. Duggan told Land of 10 he was “honored” by the offer.
Caleb Chapman is a 6-foot-5, 206-pound receiver from Friendswood, Texas. He’s the No. 70 receiver in the 2018 class and currently holds 28 offers. Chapman was also offered by Mississippi State on Sunday. Among his other offers are Duke, Texas Christian, West Virginia and Kansas State.
Zeriah Beason, a 2020 wide receiver, was offered after the Texas A&M camp. He has four other offers: Baylor, Illinois, Mississippi and Texas-San Antonio. The Dallas Bishop Dunne High standout is the cousin and teammate of former Nebraska commit and 2019 WR Marquez Beason.
Dylan Wright, a 2019 athlete, began the Texas-San Antonio satellite camp on Monday with only two offers. He left with offers from Nebraska, Kansas, Louisiana Tech, Morgan State and UTSA.
2018 commit in Ohio
Nebraska 2018 WR commit Cameron Brown was in Columbus, Ohio, on Friday at Ohio State’s camp. The 3-star wide receiver was in attendance with his teammate and 4-star WR Kamryn Babb, who is a big Ohio State target. Babb is also being recruited heavily by Nebraska wide receivers coach Keith Williams.
Land of 10’s Jeremy Birmingham was on hand Friday afternoon and said Brown was impressive.
Brown ended up with an Ohio State offer at the end of the day.
— Cameron Brown® (@luh_cam_) June 9, 2017
Next satellite camps:
Nebraska coaches will be in St. Louis for a camp at Lindenwood University on Saturday. Other schools sending coaches: Benedictine College, Indiana State, MacMurray College, McKendree University, Missouri Baptist, Southeast Missouri State, Southern Illinois and Wayne State College.
That night, coaches will hop on a plane to attend the final satellite camp of the week at the Redlands Football Camp near Los Angeles. Nebraska will be in attendance with Colorado, Washington, Fresno State, Washington State, Oregon and Arizona.
Rivals 5-star challenge:
Some of the top prospects in the 2018 and 2019 recruiting classes are headed to Indianapolis this weekend to compete in the Rivals 5-star challenge.
Among the group is 4-star TE and Nebraska commit Cameron Jurgens, who earned his invitation at the Rivals camp in St. Louis.
Other Nebraska targets include 4-star DEs Ronnie Perkins and Michael Thompson, both from St. Louis.
Isaac Taylor-Stuart, a 4-star DB from San Diego, also will be in Indianapolis, as will 4-star 2019 DB Max Williams from Dallas.
— Woody Wommack (@RivalsWoody) June 9, 2017
Nebraska is still a player in the recruitment of 4-star WR Jordan Whittington of Cuero, Texas.
Whittington, the No. 8 athlete in the 2019 class according to 247Sports, has said he will focus his recruitment on Texas A&M, Texas, Ole Miss, Florida, LSU, Florida State, Nebraska and UCLA.
I will be focusing on these schools! Top 8 🙇‼️🔥 pic.twitter.com/IJcfd0lSYa
— Jordan❄Whittington (@J_Whitt3) June 9, 2017