The Huskers are on the hunt for talented recruits this year who can step up and contribute next fall as the Husker will lose three safeties to graduation in the spring. With three defensive backs already verbally committed the Huskers have set their sights set next on Missouri native Dallas Craddieth to add depth at the safety position.
— Dallas Craddieth™ (@D_Cradd5) August 12, 2017
In what appears to be Scott Booker’s first official offer as Nebraska’s new safeties coach, Dallas Craddieth is a great one to start off with. Currently ranked the 7th player in a loaded ‘18 Missouri class, Craddieth holds 21 FBS offers and has terrific size at 6’1 and 193 lbs.
The recent promotion of coach Booker means he’s playing catch up in Craddieth’s recruitment as the safety has already decided on three of the five schools he would like to officially visit this fall – Iowa, Illinois, and Vanderbilt.
No stranger to the Husker program, Craddieth previously visited the Huskers in an unofficial capacity back on March 12th, 2016 for the Huskers Junior day.
Coach Booker and the staff are pushing hard to make a quick impression on the skilled Missouri safety and looking to get him on campus for an official visit as soon as possible.
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