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I know basically nothing about this situation other than to say this.
When a recruit is playing his high school ball every week 10 minutes from campus, it allows the Husker coaching staff to personally observe his every move throughout the entire high school season. It might be that upon thorough analysis, they didn't think they had the player they recruited, or that they felt they needed to move him.
If that's the case, better to figure that out now than to waste a scholarship on a guy who:
1) either wasn't going to be the player he was expected to be at the position he was recruited for, or
2) wasn't going to be satisfied with moving to a different position
Those kind of guys tend to end up leaving anyway.
Again, I know nothing specific. Just speculating.
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It would suck to lose him... but maybe BO realized that he needs speed at every position and thought we needed a true speed rusher off the end.
The way we shuffle guys around, where the coaches project him shouldn't be an issue.
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