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Future Husker: Tanner Farmer
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Future Husker: Tanner Farmer

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Tanner Farmer

Tanner Farmer

Future Husker: Tanner Farmer

High school

My school: Highland, Ill.

Positions: offensive tackle and defensive tackle.

This week: Highland has a 3-0 record going into Friday’s game against Jersey, and has outscored its opponents 150-28.

Other sports: Farmer was the Class 2A wrestling heavyweight state champion last year with a 39-0 record. He’s the first state wrestling champion from his school.

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The college life

Projected position at NU: He is the ninth-ranked offensive guard prospect nationally and a four-star recruit according to Rivals.com.

First contact with the Huskers: “(Offensive line coach John Garrision) and I had been talking over Facebook, and he wanted me to call him. The way I heard it, (Garrison) had been talking to another high school, and their coach referred me.”

My final schools: Nebraska and Missouri.

Date committed: June 11, 2013.

The moment I knew I wanted to be a Husker … : “I loved the place, and was pretty sure I wanted to pick it. At the summer camp, the coaching with Coach Garrison and (coach Barney Cotton), I liked the way they coached, so that pretty much sealed the deal for me.”

If I wrote my recruiting profile

Ht: 6-foot-4

Wt: 305 pounds

Mel Kiper would say: “I’ve been described as a road grader before. If somebody gets in my way, I don’t usually have too much problem with getting them out of the way. I can pass block, but I’m more of run blocker.”

Quick hits

Bench press: 450 pounds.

Favorite TV show: “Probably ‘Tanked.’ It’s a reality show about these two guys who live in Las Vegas that build huge fish tanks that are just out of this world. It’s on Animal Planet.”

— Brent C. Wagner

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Husker volleyball/women's basketball reporter

Brent has worked at the Journal Star for 14 years. His beats include Nebraska volleyball, women's basketball and high school soccer and cross country.

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