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This might seem like a "down year" for talent in-state prospects from Nebraska. That thought is due in large part because no players from the state of Nebraska have received a Nebraska offer. What might make the difference is a strong camp performance. Ross Dzuris visited Nebraska for the spring game and will be back for their summer camp in June.

Ross Dzuris is seeing a peak in recruiting interest. The 6-foot-3 and 230-pound DE/TE from Plattsmouth (Nebr.) was in Lincoln recently for the Nebraska spring game. "I really liked the spring game in Lincoln," Dzuris said. "It was great to be down on the field and on the sidelines as the team warmed up before the game began. "It was good to see the players that close to see what it's like...

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