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Rodriguez on his visit to see the Spring Game

The first commitment for Nebraska was a big one, literally. Andrew Rodriguez is ginormous and is an excellent pick up by Nebraska because it was obvious he was going to get a lot of national attention. All that aside, he saw what might be another calling in Lincoln this past weekend. Being on-board already, Rodriguez might want to start getting others to consider Nebraska.

For Husker fans, offensive lineman Andrew Rodriguez will do. However, the thought of a little unofficial recruiting coordinator title might not hurt either. The 6-foot-6 and 300-pound Rodriguez was in Lincoln this past weekend for the spring game. "It was nice," Rodriguez said. "It wasn't as fun as an actual game, you know, but its fun getting out the doors with the other recruits and just... Recommended Stories

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