(Neb.)-Analysts like Nebraska's linemen recruits
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska coach Bo Pelini is set to sign a football recruiting class of 25 players on Wednesday.
Recruiting analysts say the strengths of the Cornhuskers' class are the offensive and defensive lines. D.J. Foster out of Lincoln Southeast, Tanner Farmer of Highland, Ill., and Nick Gates of Las Vegas are the most heralded of the offensive linemen. Joe Keels, a transfer from Highland Community College in Kansas, is the best of the defensive linemen.
Defensive line recruit Blake McClain of Jacksonville, Fla., said Tuesday he was wavering on his verbal commitment to Nebraska. The Huskers are awaiting decisions from offensive lineman Kenyon Frison of West Valley City, Utah, and receiver DeSean Blair of Jacksonville.
Pelini will discuss the recruits at an afternoon news conference.
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