Nebraska defensive back recruit Eric Lee has been showing his versatility this season with Valor Christian High School (Highlands Ranch, Colorado), the top-ranked team in Colorado's largest class.

Lee, an outstanding player on the defensive side of the ball, has been a threat at running and catching the ball, and now throwing.

Lee found his quarterback Ben Waters wide-open for a 22-yard touchdown on a double reverse as Valor Christian defeated Overland 35-10 on Friday.

Valor Christian has won 26 straight games against in-state schools and 50 of its past 51.


Linebacker prospect Dedrick Young (Peoria, Arizona) made his official visit to Nebraska on Saturday. The night before, he led Centennial to a 17-14 victory against Peoria Liberty. Young did most of his damage on the offensive side, rushing for 115 yards on 20 carries, including a 37-yard touchdown run.

Wide receiver prospect Stanley Morgan also made his official visit to NU this past weekend. His high school, St. Augustine (New Orleans) had the week off. On Sept. 19, Morgan (6-foot-1, 180 pounds) hauled in nine passes for 181 yards and a score in St. Augustine's 34-27 win against Covington. Morgan's score came on a 64-yard pass.

Nebraska recruit Avery Anderson and Pine Creek (Colorado) had a big night Friday. Anderson broke free for a 39-yard touchdown run, and a long reception by the senior set up another score in Pine Creek's 41-7 victory against No. 5 Vista Ridge. Pine Creek, the top-ranked team in Class 4A, is 5-0.

NU running back recruit Kendall Bussey, of New Orleans, rushed for 183 yards and four touchdowns on 13 carries, all coming in the first half of Newman's 47-14 victory against Wright. Newman is 4-0.

NU offensive line recruit Michael Decker helped pave the way for 306 rushing yards in Omaha North's 47-14 victory against Creighton Prep.

Husker offensive line recruit Christian Gaylord and Baldwin City (Kansas) scored with nine seconds left to beat Spring Hill 21-14 on Friday.


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