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Huskers after standout wide receiver

Antoine Arnold

Working down the recruiting trail, our latest look takes us to the west coast and a wide receiver who people might just be getting to know. At 6-4 he's a threat with his size. But with a vertical over 35 inches, his physical ability also makes him intriguing. Intriguing enough to Nebraska, as they are one of his growing list of offers.

Standing 6-4, Chaparral High School (Temecula, CA) wide receiver Antoine Arnold is a nice mismatch at the line of scrimmage. Add to that a 35-plus inch vertical,  and it's almost impossible to stop him one-on-one. Well, for good measure throw in his best 200 meter time which he ran last year, a reported 21.9. Height, speed, leaping ability It's not hard to figure why Arnold doesn't know... Recommended Stories

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