Wide receiver Stanley Morgan became the latest to join Nebraska's list of 2015 recruits when he announced Friday he would become a Husker.
Morgan, a four-star recruit from St. Augustine High School in Louisiana, has been sidelined two weeks with a shoulder injury.
Before the injury, Morgan had 46 catches for 891 yards and eight touchdowns. That followed his junior season, when he caught 66 passes for 1,077 yards and 13 scores.
St. Augustine lost to Jesuit 34-20 in district play Friday. The two teams will meet again in the first round of the state playoffs this week.
Others of note
Husker defensive back recruit Eric Lee caught a pair of passes and broke up two passes in Valor Christian's 44-0 win against Mountain Vista in the second round of the Colorado 5A (largest class) state playoffs.
Husker defensive back recruit Avery Anderson helped lead Pine Creek to a 42-0 win against Ponderosa in the first round of the Colorado 4A state playoffs.
The prep football careers of defensive line recruits Carlos and Khalil Davis came to a close last Friday. Blue Springs lost to Rockhurst 34-29 in the Missouri Class 6 state playoffs.
Nebraska running back recruit Kendall Bussey rushed for 110 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries for New Orleans Newman in a 34-0 win against South Plaquemines.
NU offensive line recruit Christian Gaylord helped pave the way for 330 rushing yards in Baldwin's (Kansas) 24-12 playoff loss to Fort Scott.
Husker offensive line recruit Mirko Jurkovic was involved in an interesting game Friday. His team, IMG Academy of Orlando, Florida, scored touchdowns on each of its first seven possessions against Champagnat. The game ended prematurely when Champagnat forfeited midway through the second quarter. Following a personal foul and ejection, Champagnat protested the call and exited the field six minutes before halftime.