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.

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.