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Cozart set to see Nebraska

Cozart set to see Nebraska

In the signing day press conference this year it was emphasized how important the 250 mile footprint would be for Nebraska. It's clearly taken a hold of the recruiting strategy as Nebraska is trying to get as many of the DI athletes in that radius to visit Nebraska for junior day. This quarterback from Kansas is holding a Kansas offer and will visit Nebraska this weekend.

This weekend is going to be probably the best for the Nebraska staff in terms of the quality of talent that they are getting to visit Nebraska for junior day. Montell Cozart, a quarterback from Shawnee Mission (Kans.) Bishop Miege says that he will be in Lincoln this weekend as well. "Yes sir, I am visiting Nebraska (for Junior Day)," Cozart said. "I am interested in seeing their facilities... Recommended Stories

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