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Huskers in the hunt for CB

Huskers might get an official visit

Nebraska is looking for some help in the secondary. One of the things that will become more and more attractive to the Huskers will be players that have the ability to play both cornerback and the safety positions potentially in college. One such player from Florida, said that Nebraska is one of the teams that he is considering officially visiting.

At 6-foot-0 and 178-pounds, John Lejiste from Delray Beach (Flor.) Atlantic, is a leader for his team on defense. He is a key reason that his team is off to such a good start. "We're doing well," Lejiste said. "We're 3-1 right now, so you could say that we are doing well." "I don't know how many tackles I have, I have a forced fumble and I know that I returned a fumble for a touchdown. I don... Recommended Stories

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