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Gartner checks out Tulsa

Gartner checks out Tulsa

It was a big weekend in Lincoln for Nebraska's junior day, but one of the top players in the state of Nebraska was absent. Recruiting is a game that until you sign on the line that is dotted is about your word. Dillon Gartner had given his for that weekend to another school. Gartner visited Tulsa this past weekend. What were his thoughts?

Dylan Gartner, a 6-foot-4 and 280-pound offensive lineman from the state of Nebraska wasn't at junior day in Lincoln this past weekend. Instead, Gartner was in Tulsa checking out the junior day there. He got in extremely early that morning after getting a later jump that night. "We got in Saturday at 3:00 in the morning," Gartner said. "We stopped off to see Giltner to play basketball before... Recommended Stories

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