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Indiana vs. Nebraska, 10.26

Nebraska recruit Laterie Kinsler (right) talks with Huskers special teams coordinator Jovan Dewitt before kickoff against Indiana Saturday at Memorial Stadium. 

Nebraska's offense was making a lot of noise early in Saturday's game against Indiana.

That made up for a quiet recruiting weekend for the Huskers.

Nebraska had one official visitor: Florida defensive end Latarie Kinsler.

The 6-foot-3, 205-pound three-star prospect was wearing Husker gear while taking in the pregame sights and sounds. It included a chat with NU outside linebackers coach Jovan Dewitt.

The Huskers had some unofficial visitors at the game, as well, including 2021 four-star tackle prospect Teddy Prochazka, who committed to Nebraska earlier in the month.

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One of the Huskers' top 2021 targets was in Lincoln, too. T.J. Bollers, a four-star defensive end prospect out of Tiffin, Iowa, made his second unofficial visit in as many Husker homes games. Bollers donned a red Nebraska T-shirt and was at midfield talking to NU defensive coordinator Erik Chinander during pregame warmups.

The Huskers are battling Iowa for the 6-3, 240-pound standout. Bollers also attended the Northwestern game.

The Huskers hosted a large gathering of walk-on commits and prospects, including Norris' Ashton Hausmann, Waverly's Mason Nieman, Archbishop Bergan's Eli Simonson and Lincoln Southeast's Xavier Trevino.

Lincoln Southeast's Isaac Gifford and Johnson-Brock's Ty Hahn, two players with Division I offers from other schools, also attended Saturday's game.

Reach the writer at 402-473-2639 or cgrell@journalstar.com. On Twitter @LJSSportsGrell.

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