The "Swagcopter' created some early buzz. Then Joshua Moore took it up a notch with a head-shaking punt return.
The four-star wide receiver (Yoakum, Texas), who is committed to Nebraska, returned a punt 95 yards for a touchdown in his team's 41-13 loss to Cuero on Friday.
Moore fielded the punt at the 5, and appeared pinned, but then he burst through a pile of defenders toward daylight.
There is video proof.
— Zack Poff (@Zack_Poff_MP) September 9, 2017
Fans and players were treated to the early arrival of Texas A&M's 'Swagcopter,' which carries A&M assistants to prep games around Texas. Moore's brother Jordan is a Texas A&M commit.
More NU recruits and prospects of note
Nebraska tight end recruit Cameron Jurgens (Beatrice) carried the ball 15 times for 78 yards and a touchdown in the Orangemen's 37-21 loss to Elkhorn. Jurgens also had two catches for 16 yards and a score, and he punted twice for an average of 43.5 yards.
Prospect Bryan Addison (Gardena, California) is expected to make his official visit to Lincoln this weekend. Last week, the four-star athlete caught two passes for 36 yards and intercepted a pass in Serra's 44-7 win against Dorsey.
Addison's teammate Kobe Smith, another Husker prospect, caught three passes for 26 yards and a touchdown. The three-star wideout also is visiting Lincoln this weekend.
Nebraska defensive end recruit Tate Wildeman (Legend, Colorado) had a pair of sacks in Legend's 31-14 victory against Westminster. He finished with seven tackles.
Husker wideout recruit Cameron Brown (St. Louis) caught an eight-yard touchdown in Christian Brothers' 41-14 victory against Chaminade.
NU cornerback recruit Chase Williams (Corona, California) had four catches for 59 yards and a touchdown in Roosevelt's 52-24 loss to Servite.
Husker offensive line recruit Will Farniok (Sioux Falls, South Dakota) helped lead No. 1 Washington to a 28-17 win against No. 2 O'Gorman. Washington tailback Tupak Kpeayeh rushed for 229 yards and three touchdowns in the win.
NU wide receiver prospect Tommy Bush (Schertz, Texas) had three catches for 44 yards in Samuel Clemens' 37-21 win against MaArthur.
Husker wide receiver prospect Isaah Crocker (Sacramento, California) touched the ball twice and scored both times in Inderkum's 53-0 win over American Canyon. Crocker had a 51-yard TD run and he he hauled in a 34-yard touchdown.