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Recruiting: Nebraska hosts over 23 in-state players at #HomeGrown Huskers event - Omaha World-Herald

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Nebraska sent out invitations and used the hashtag #HomeGrown to bring prospects to its walk-on event on Wednesday.

There was a large response as the Huskers hosted more than 23 in-state players and three from neighboring states (Iowa, Missouri and Kansas). The evening program consisted of meeting the coaching staff, talking with academic advisers, financial information, a tour of the Husker locker room and an individual meeting with coach Scott Frost.

Among the players who attended were the seven current in-state players who have committed to walking on as a part of the 2019 class — Grant Detlefsen, punter, Lincoln Southeast; Matt Huser, defensive tackle, Millard West; Dylan Jorgensen, kicker, Lincoln Southwest; Cam Kleinschmidt, defensive back, Lincoln High; Riley Moses, lineman, Fillmore Central; Luke Reimer, linebacker/athlete, Lincoln North Star; and Eli Richter, lineman, Kearney Catholic.

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Offensive athlete Wandale Robinson, Frankfort (Ky.) Western Hills

Offensive athlete Wandale Robinson, Frankfort (Ky.) Western Hills

Defensive end Jamin Graham, Attalla (Ala.) Etowah

Safety Myles Farmer, Atlanta (Ga.) Westlake

Cornerback Javin Wright, Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton

Cornerback Javin Wright, Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton

Cornerback Javin Wright, Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton

Offensive tackle Bryce Benhart, Lakeville (Minn.) North

Offensive tackle Bryce Benhart, Lakeville (Minn.) North

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