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Friday Night Lights, 6.14

Blaise Gunnerson (left) gets ready to participate in blocking drills June 14 during the annual Friday Night Lights camp at Memorial Stadium.

Nebraska verbal commitment Blaise Gunnerson says he has accepted an invitation to play in the All-American Bowl in January.

The three-star defensive end from Carroll, Iowa, tweeted the news Tuesday.

The event, held annually in San Antonio, is one of the biggest high school all-star showcases in the country and is televised on NBC.

Another member of Nebraska's class of 2020, four-star offensive lineman Turner Corcoran of Lawrence, Kansas, received an invite last month and also is expected to participate in the Jan. 4 event.

This past January, Nebraska was represented in the contest by Bryce Benhart, Ty Robinson, Wan'Dale Robinson and Noa Pola-Gates.

Reach the writer at 402-473-7440 or ssipple@journalstar.com. On Twitter @HuskerExtraSip.

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Steven, a lifelong Nebraskan, newspaper enthusiast and UNL grad, joined the Journal Star in 1990 and has covered NU football since 1995.

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