Another day, another map.
Mike Riley once again tweeted out Friday morning where Husker coaches will be recruiting for the day.
The thing that immediately jumps out is the attention they're putting on the Kansas City area -- land of the Davis twins (Carlos and Khalil), and also close to offensive lineman Christian Gaylord (Baldwin City, Kansas).
Mike Riley, Mark Banker, Hank Hughes and Charlton Warren are all going to be in Kansas City.
O-line coach Mike Cavanaugh will be in Los Angeles and Seattle.
Special teams coordinator Bruce Read will be in Portland.
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Linebackers coach Trent Bray is going to the southeast, hitting up Atlanta and Columbia, South Carolina.
Running backs coach Reggie Davis is down in Houston.
And offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf is in Newark, N.J. There's a four-star quarterback in the class of 2016 up in New Jersey named Jarrett Guarantano that is no doubt on his radar. He's being courted by most high-level programs. Alabama, Oklahoma and Ohio State are among the schools that have already offered.
Urban Meyer, James Franklin, Butch Jones and their offensive coordinators all visited the quarterback yesterday.
Here are Guarantano's Hudl highlights.
I'll be interested to see how Riley's staff handles New Jersey. As I've mentioned before on this blog, it can be a very appealing state in recruiting.
It's been good to Nebraska in the past.
Some Huskers who have come out of New Jersey: Mike Rozier, Irving Fryar, Rich Glover, Christian and Jason Peter, Daryl White, Barron Miles, Jammal Lord, Jeff Mills, Joe Dailey, Tony Samuel, Doug Colman and Mike Fullman are some of those.