Commentary

Pelini holding down Cornhusker State

Originally Published: November 6, 2009
By Billy Tucker | Scouts Inc.
While the state of Nebraska is vast in land, it lacks a high population and has never been known for producing great football talent. This year's class is down a bit in overall talent, but the Cornhusker State does boast its usual ESPNU 150 prospect worth seeing -- four-star massive offensive lineman Andrew Rodriguez (Aurora, Neb./Aurora).

Nebraska does have two interesting prospects to keep your eye on who currently line up under center. Three-star athlete Tyler Evans (Waverly, Neb./Waverly) and two-star quarterback Christian Dudzik (Omaha, Neb./Skutt Catholic) are potentially better athletes than future college signal-callers and are equally dynamic and savvy. Both are quick and efficient option quarterbacks who have increased their college stock with their overall versatility and football IQs.


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Billy Tucker

Scouts, Football Recruiting
• Recruiting coordinator for ESPN RecruitingNation.
• Nearly a decade of college coaching experience.
• Was recruiting coordinator at nationally-ranked Division II colleges.