Nebraska’s potential impact players; Huskers’ top targets in Texas

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Nebraska football is the No. 1 topic in Big Red Rising every day — but we cover news, notes and analysis from across Huskers sports. Join us each morning to get caught up on everything you missed in the world of Huskers football, recruiting, basketball and more.

Making an impact

Who could make an impact for Nebraska in 2018? There are many candidates on the Huskers roster who could make a case this season, but we’re looking at five specific players who could step up.

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The Longhorn state

Curious who Nebraska and coach Scott Frost are targeting on the recruiting trail in Texas? Land of 10’s Chris Bumbaca runs down the list.

Setting up a visit

Jaydon Hill, a 3-star cornerback, was surprised to receive a Nebraska offer. Now that he has it, what happens? He’d like to set up a visit to see the Huskers in person.

Hall of fame honors

Former Huskers defensive back Barron Miles is officially joining the Canadian Football Hall of Fame. He was elected for the Class of 2018 on Thursday.

Toughest schedule?

Nebraska has the second-toughest 2018 football schedule, according to Phil Steele. The only program ahead? Florida State.

Gearing up

The Nebraska women’s gymnastics team is gearing up for the Big Ten Championships, to be held in Champaign, Ill., on Saturday. Fans will be able to watch on BTN and BTN2Go.

Can’t-miss catch

Miss Nebraska softball’s Taylor Otte and her incredible catch? You can relive it right here, and it’s more than impressive.

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