Nebraska is looking to stock up on playmakers in the 2019 recruiting cycle, and so, it's easy to see why Wandale Robinson (Frankfurt, Kentucky) is a high target for Scott Frost.
Robinson has been a touchdown machine this fall for Western Hills, and that continued Friday. The 5-foot-9 four-star prospect had seven touchdowns, including five in the first half, in his team's 55-42 win against Woodford County.
The game was delayed because of lightning. According to the Frankfort State Journal, coaches agreed to play the rest of the game Friday night instead of pushing it to Saturday so Robinson could make his official visit to Alabama.
Robinson rushed for 181 yards, caught four passes for 94 yards and threw a pass for 53 yards.
Robinson told the Lexington Herald-Leader on Sunday that Nebraska is the leader in his recruitment, but that could change.
Other Husker recruits and prospects of note:
Husker running back recruit Dedrick Mills (Garden City Community College) rushed for 117 yards on 26 carries in Garden CC's 16-13 upset of No. 2 Iowa Western Community College.
NU quarterback recruit Luke McCaffrey (Littleton, Colorado) was 9-of-20 passing for 136 yards and a touchdown in Valor Christian's 27-0 win against Menlo-Atherton (California). McCaffrey also rushed for 33 yards and another score.
Husker recruit Garrett Snodgrass (York) threw a pair of 65-yard touchdown strikes and scored on runs of 1, 3 and 17 yards in the Dukes' 51-14 rout of Beatrice.
Nebraska tight end recruit Chris Hickman (Omaha Burke) had three catches for 30 yards in the Bulldogs' 52-7 win against Elkhorn. He also had three pass deflections on defense.
Hickman's teammate, NU linebacker recruit Nick Heinrich, had 10 tackles, including a sack, in the win.
NU running back recruit Rahmir Johnson (Oradell, New Jersey) rushed for 100 yards on 24 carries in Bergen Catholic's 14-13 win against Don Bosco Prep.
Husker recruit Jamie Nance (Blanchard, Oklahoma) scored on a 40-yard run in Blanchard's 24-13 loss to Bethany. Nance finished with 47 yards on five carries.
NU offensive tackle recruit Michael Lynn (Englewood, Colorado) helped Cherry Creek's offense to 239 passing yards and 131 rushing yards in the team's 49-7 win against Chaparral.
Husker wide receiver prospect Marcus Washington (St. Louis) hauled in a 41-yard touchdown, and he picked off a pass and returned it for a 37-yard score in Trinity Christian's 71-7 win against Duchesne.