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Has your focus? 2012 was LB, 2013 brings more bodies to the trenches.
What area do you think 2014 focuses on? My guess is defensive back.
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CB...ready to play type of body and another body for depth.
QB for continued progression of depth.
RB for another solid addition to the depth chart.
OL needs a body ready type of player and depth.
DL needs a body ready type of player and depth.
LB get the best guy possible and create competition in the depth chart.
WR we need slot guys with speed to add another dimension to the offense.
TE need a body ready type of player and depth.
So CB, TE, OL, DL, and slot WR are the big ones.
I would really like another year with a bunch of solid lineman. Can't ever have enough depth there
More and better lineman should be focus every year
Still need to hit the trenches hard -- particularly DT and the O-Line. CB is a likely need, but it's hard to say before this cycle is done and we see who's there next year (like Moore, for instance). Might also get in for a slot receiver if we miss on Clark.
First and foremost... getting another QB on board for the post-Martinez era...
Second, Corner Backs
3a and 3b Offensive and Defensive lines
And then fill in where needed. I'm not convinced we necessarily need to pursue many tight ends (especially if we nab Cethan Carter) but we should take at least one.
I would like to always have enough room left during the month of Dec. and Jan. to find sleepers/projects and go after them regardless of position. I would say two scholarships to these type of players.
This post was edited by justwinnebraska 18 months ago
In no specific order
As of today it's hard to say until this class finishes, but . . .
1. DT, and real premium one.
OL may be #2 if this class doesn't finish well there.
This post was edited by westoaksarthur 18 months ago
This guy pretty much whacked the mole on the head. I'd also like to see some quality safeties. JMHO
This is easy.
Load up on linemen. That is number one. Both sides. Ill break this down by position
Quarterback: find more depth. Take one player
Running back: Takes one if you find the right one. We are loaded and do not need one. Don't reach
Wide receiver: Find a slot receiver. Continue to recruit Florida
Offense tackle: Find a cornerstone player. Take as many as you can. Build depth.
Guard/center: I am happy with this position continue to find and build depth. I don't think finding a center is as big of an issue as many will. We can make it work.
Defenses end: I like what we have done over the last two years. I like finding young, talented, raw defensive ends. If we continue this we will build a depth and give these players time to develop. If we can't land the big time recruits, I think this is our best chance of finding affective defensive end play.
Defensive tackle: I think we need to get as many bodies as possible. I hope we look for another Valentine type player. It is imperative we continue to build depth every year. No excuse not to take at least two of these every year
Linebacker: I am very pleased with our recruiting of this position. I don't feel we need to take 3. I say go big or go home at this position.
Cornerback: This could be a position of real need, depending in why happens on NSD. I'll wait on this one.
Safety: Continue to build depth. Certainly will take one. Probably can take 2 if the class size allows. I like the players we have been in on at the position.
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Still trenches for me. No proof we've resolved our issues there and can't afford to take any chances. Corner would be next.
Sadly, the problems in Nebraska are in the coaching offices and the fans that sit in the seats and defend them.
Build up the depth hahaha
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