At least four uncommitted official visitors walked the sidelines before the Huskers' game against Colorado: Omaha Burke tight end Chris Hickman, Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton defensive back Javin Wright, Decatur (Ga.) Southwest DeKalb athlete Jamel Starks and St. Louis (Mo.) Trinity Catholic receiver Marcus Washington.

A large chunk of Nebraska's 2019 commits are also in attendance, with many on official visits.

The group includes linebackers Jackson Hannah and Nick Henrich, offensive linemen Michael Lynn and Matthew Anderson, quarterback Luke McCaffrey, defensive linemen Tony Fair and Garrett Nelson, running back Ronald Thompkins, wideout Jamie Nance and defensive back Quinton Newsome.

Among the top 2020 recruits at the game are offensive tackle Reece Atteberry (Aurora, Colorado), defensive tackle Nash Hutmacher (Chamberlain, South Dakota) and offensive lineman Carson Lee (Engelwood, Colorado).

Also of note, Nebraska issued a known scholarship offer for the first time in more than a month. A pair of 2020 prospects from Michigan tweeted out the news Saturday morning in wideout Maliq Carr (Oak Park) and defensive back Makari Paige (West Bloomfield). Carr is visiting Iowa this weekend.

Click here to go to our Husker Big Board for more information on all of this weekend's visitors and the rest of Nebraska's top recruiting targets.

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Evan Bland covers Nebraska football, baseball and other sports for The World-Herald. Follow him on Twitter @EvanBlandOWH.

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