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Escamilla will walk on at Nebraska

Escamilla to pursue his dream

Nebraska has been grabbing all that they can to fill the walk on program in Lincoln with in-state players. The latest is Taylor Escamilla from Fremont (Nebr.) Bergan. Escamilla is a defensive lineman with a very high motor and never stops on plays. He brings the heart that you look for in a walk-on.

Taylor Escamilla will get to be a Husker, like he has always wanted. The 6-foot-1 and 265-pound Escamilla knew that he should take advantage of this opportunity. "I have always wanted to play at Nebraska," Escamilla said. "I figured that if I had the chance to try that I better at least take it." "When I was growing up, my dad was really into watching the Huskers play. I grew up watching the... Recommended Stories

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