It's hard to say just how many days Nebraska's new recruiting staff will put out these "Paint the Nation Red" maps, but today's travel itinerary is out.

Husker coach Mike Riley posted this map to Twitter on Friday morning, showing where the Huskers are headed in the team's efforts to complete its 2015 class:

>> Riley, defensive coordinator Mark Banker, defensive line coach Hank Hughes and secondary coach Charlton Warren are all headed to Kansas City. Two of the most important commits in the 2015 class — Blue Springs (Missouri) defensive tackles Carlos and Khalil Davis — are there. NU can also hit the ground for 2016 prospects. Kansas City had become an important recruiting area under the Bo Pelini regime thanks to former offensive line coach John Garrison. 

>> Linebackers coach Trent Bray is headed for Atlanta. Nebraska is pursing a variety of players over several classes in that region, but the key name to watch is linebacker Terez Hall, a 6-foot-3, 210-pounder from Lithonia, Georgia, which is east of Atlanta. Hall is scheduled to take an official visit to NU Jan. 30. Bray is also headed to Columbia, South Carolina. No secret who he's visiting there — former South Carolina linebacker Kaiwan Lewis, who has one year left of eligibility and plans to graduate this spring after announcing plans to transfer earlier this week. 

>> Offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf is headed to Newark, New Jersey. He could be checking in on his old team — the New York Giants — but it's more likely he's in to see 2016 signal caller Jarrett Guarantano

>> Offensive line coach Mike Cavanaugh is headed to Los Angeles and Seattle. Special teams coordinator Bruce Read will be in Portland. Running backs coach Reggie Davis remains in Houston. 

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