June 16, 2024

2026 five-star  enjoys second visit to Nebraska

Nebraska coaches leave 2026 recruit Jackson Cantwell with good impression of program following second trip to Lincoln

After visiting in the fall 2026 five-star Jackson Cantwell wanted to get back to Lincoln in the offseason to spend more time around Nebraska coaches and a program that impressed him.

The idea is that he wanted a viewpoint of how things were on a non-game day. This weekend Cantwell was one of a quite a few talented recruits to make it into Lincoln as Matt Rhule and his staff emphasized the Huskers are looking for more help to get where they want to go.


Nebraska junior day hits the mark with coveted 2025 and 2026 prospects

Matt Rhule and his staff continue to make many of the nation’s top recruits feel at home in Lincoln as they aim for another Top 20 class.

Nebraska sits on 247Sports No. 18 recruiting class in the 2024 cycle and they’re aiming for another Top 20 haul in 2025, coming out strong at No. 21 here in January heading into what was a big junior day in Lincoln on Saturday.

Second-year head coach Matt Rhule and his staff host several top targets, many of whom could possibly give them returns at some point down the road.

A pair of Nebraska signees stood out in the final showcase event of the 2024 recruiting calendar in Hawaii on Friday night.

Nebraska quarterback signee Dylan Raiola went 7-for-15 for 111 yards with a touchdown and an interception, and Nebraska tight end signee Carter Nelson had three catches for 65 yards to lead team Makai in the Polynesian Bowl.

Nixa track and field star Jackson Cantwell has bright future

Raiola and Nelson had a nifty connection early in the game, as Raiola found Nelson down the seam for a 33-yard gain.




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