Nebraska football coaches will be in attendance for a football camp held at Lindenwood University on June 1, according to a flier tweeted by Scout's Derek Young.
It's not certain how many or which Husker coaches will attend the camp. According to the flier, other schools represented at the camp will include: Iowa State, South Dakota State, Northern Iowa, Eastern Illinois, Missouri State and Missouri S&T.
Lindenwood is a Division II school in St. Charles, Mo., a city northwest of St. Louis across the Missouri River.
That's fertile territory for Husker recruiting. St. Louis is a key city within the 500-mile radius and has proved bountiful for Nebraska in the past. NU signed running back Tre Bryant out of St. Louis in the 2016 class.
Offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf was in St. Louis earlier this week, visiting schools during the evaluation period.
The camp could also attract prospects from Columbia and Kansas City. Wide receiver Jaevon McQuitty (Columbia) is committed to the Huskers' 2017 class. The Huskers have added in recent classes players like Boe Wilson, Carlos and Khalil Davis and Freedom Akinmoladun, who all hail from near Kansas City.
Between the classes of 2017 and 2018, the Huskers have extended scholarship offers to at least six recruits from Missouri, including three from St. Louis.
The NCAA recently overturned its ruling banning "satellite camps" and has left staffs scrambling to solidify their plans for the summer.
Nebraska had nine camps scheduled before the ban went into place. Director of player personnel Ryan Gunderson told The World-Herald in April the Huskers intended to work camps in St. Louis, Atlanta, Dallas, the San Francisco/Oakland Bay area, Los Angeles, Houston, Detroit, Miami and Tampa.
Once the camps were legal again, Mike Riley said they would still scale back their initial plans. They also added one on-campus Friday Night Lights camp for the month of June.
Riley has said they still intend to hold a satellite camp in California, a vital state for Husker recruiting, already producing two commits and several more top targets. Husker coaches will also be at the Sound Mind and Sound Body Camp in Detroit, which accepts coaches from all over the country.
“I’ve said in the past that I see these camps as an opportunity for both coaches and young players, and anytime you can provide opportunity I view that as a good thing,” Riley said after satellite camps were reinstated. “The young men attending these camps benefit from good coaching that helps them further their football skills. It allows our staff to represent the University of Nebraska all around the country.”