Nebraska is expected to host a couple of notable recruits during this opening game weekend.
One of them happens to be a Pittsburgh commit.
Though running back Corey Clement is committed to the Panthers, he's not apparently off the market. He's visiting Nebraska this weekend and then planning visits to Wisconsin and Notre Dame later this month.
"Nebraska is a great school for football, I really fit in well with their running back style because I am a power runner and they also have great academics," Clement told BigRedReport.com. "They have great tradition of running backs."
This might be a tough one for Nebraska since he's already pledged to another, but then the New Jersey native Clement said he has had some conversations with Mike Rozier, who lives about 25 miles away from him.
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Can't hurt the Husker cause there.
Also planning a visit is defensive tackle Kyle Shortridge of Loxahatchee, Fla.
The 6-foot-2, 275-pound lineman is rated as a three-star player by Rivals.com and has more than 20 offers to his name, according to the recruiting website.
"I've been interested in Nebraska since Ndamukong Suh went there," Shortridge told HuskerOnline.com. "I've seen him play there and I've been interested in them ever since. He's one of my favorite players so I wanted to check out what their school has to offer."