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One of the big pieces to the recruiting puzzle fell into place when Cruz Barrett decided to commit to Nebraska. The tackle position has become a well-known need position at Nebraska and Barrett wanted to take advantage. Up to that point, it was a clear picture for Barrett to end up in Lincoln, but then a couple of offers came in.

Following his commitment to Nebraska, Cruz Barrett received two in-state offers. In-state offers that he might have been waiting on before the Nebraska commitment. The 6-foot-5 and 310-pound lineman from Daytona Beach (Flor.) Mainland was last rumored to possibly be looking around. "Florida State and Florida came in an offered after I committed to Nebraska," Barrett said. "It isn't doing... Recommended Stories

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