Nebraska hosted the national Adidas Pipeline Camp on Saturday. Three-hundred campers were in NU’s Memorial Stadium and Hawks Championship Center.
Coaches from Miami, Arizona State, North Carolina State, Rice, Arkansas State and Kansas joined Nebraska to evaluate the campers.
Here is a list of players who performed well Saturday:
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Ugochukwu “Ugo” Nosike, 2019 South Holland, Illinois, DL: Nosike is a relatively unknown player from the Chicago area. He was also the best defensive lineman at the camp. Nosike, a long-armed, 6-foot-4, 265-pound pass rusher, has a strong base and showed he can rush the passer as a tackle or end. Nebraska has room and could add a scholarship player in the 2019 class.
Teddy Prochazka, 2021 Elkhorn South OL: He came into the camp with offers from Nebraska and Kansas. He left with an offer from Arizona State. Prochazka lived up to the hype. He showcased quick feet and appears to have added weight to his 6-9 frame.
Kohl Herbolsheimer, 2020 Millard South OL: Herbolsheimer participated as a guard in the team drills and showed his power. He weighed in at 274 pounds with a 26.5-inch vertical jump and a 5.15 40-yard dash. He didn’t win every matchup, but he did have a handful of pancake blocks.
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Caleb Robinson, 2020 Omaha Burke DL: At the midway point of the camp, the top offensive and defensive line groups came together at the 50-yard line and went head to head. It seemed as though Robinson was in every other one-on-one drill, either on his own or after being told by coaches to jump in. He showed his strength and quick feet and had some really nice head-to-head battles with Herbolsheimer in the team one-on-ones.
Blake Anderson, 2020 Omaha Skutt OL: The 6-4, 282-pound Anderson won plenty of battles with defensive linemen. He is a technician with his footwork and has a good inside punch, plus quick reaction.
Queden Ballew, 2020 Des Moines East DL: Ballew was one of the better pass rushers at the camp. At 6-foot-1 and 256 pounds, he has power and speed and showed a good punch at the point of attack. Ballew battled all day in one-on-one situations.
Isaac Zatechka, 2021 Elkhorn South OL: The son of former Husker Jon Zatechka measured in at 6-3, 249 pounds, but he is still young and growing. He showed almost perfect hand placement and strong pass blocking form on every rep in the team competition.
Sam Clarkson, 2020 Scottsbluff OL: The 6-6, 274-pound offensive tackle missed last season with a torn ACL. He played with confidence against some of the better pass rushers. Clarkson slipped on one rep and got beat by the defensive lineman, but he had a nice showing and drew some personal coaching attention.
Preston Kellogg, 2020 Papillion-La Vista OL: Kellogg is a powerful athlete at 6-6, 322 pounds. He has good technique and won head-to-head reps against some of the notable pass rushers.
Deshawn Woods, 2022 Omaha Central OL: Woods has quick feet and next-level athleticism. At 6-3, 263 pounds, he moves with power and precision.
Forrest Scheel, 2021 Eden Prarie, Minnesota, OL: Scheel has the ideal size for an offensive tackle at 6-7, 275 pounds. His frame should allow him to add weight prior to arriving on a college campus.