The last day, last-second picks to round out recruiting class

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Posted: Tuesday, February 5, 2013 12:00 am

LINCOLN — A Nebraska football recruiting class more than one year in the making takes final shape Wednesday on national signing day. And the player who first committed to the Huskers' class of 2013 — Baldwin, La., athlete Trevell Dixon — will be among those to decide if NU is really where he wants to be. On a day that could be relatively uneventful for coach Bo Pelini's sixth class at Nebraska — which currently has 25 verbal pledges and is ranked anywhere from 10th nationally to 22nd — Dixon's indecision adds some intrigue.

The 6-foot-1, 195-pounder originally committed to the program in January 2012, decommitted in July and recommitted in January 2013. Then on Tuesday, his pledge was up in the air again. The West St. Mary High School quarterback, who could play either wide receiver or defensive back in college, will decide among the Huskers, Houston and Arizona State, according to recruiting services.

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