McKewon: Huskers already eyeing several '14 in-state prospects
Omaha Burke's Trey Carr, center, is one of several in-state prospects Nebraska will look at for its 2014 recruiting class.
Posted: Saturday, February 16, 2013 12:00 am
LINCOLN — Full confession: I didn't get to see Omaha Burke's Trey Carr in a football game last year. But I heard from more than a few — including my boss — who did.
The general consensus: Carr was the best two-way player in the Metro. Wide receiver and cornerback. And the 5-foot-11 175-pounder was the best two-way player in the state other than Josh Banderas. As a junior, Carr had five interceptions on defense and 51 catches on offense. Through the continuing Internet miracle of Hudl highlight films, you can see that Carr seems to have the “it” factor.
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Saturday, February 16, 2013 12:00 am.