A player-by-player look at how all 14 of Nebraska's 2017 recruits performed, individually and as a team, during games played during the weekend of Nebraska's Sept. 10 matchup with Wyoming.
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Tristan Gebbia: The quarterback commit and Calabasas (Calif.) High School defeated West Adams 51-14. Gebbia connected with Nikko Hall less than one minute into the first quarter for a quick touchdown.
that #11 is gonna do big things🤘🏼🏆 pic.twitter.com/xAeYy75Ep6— nicest rude girl💜 (@samanthaealy) September 10, 2016
Brenden Jaimes: The offensive line commit helped Austin (Texas) Lake Travis running back Maleek Barley rush for 194 yards on just seven carries as the Cavaliers defeated Dallas Jesuit 42-10. Lake Travis gained 472 yards on 42 plays.
Reese Leitao: The tight end commit and Jenks (Okla.) High School defeated Union High School 35-28 behind a late touchdown by Jordan Curtis. Curtis scored the game-winning touchdown with a broken right thumb. “I told him (Jenks offensive coordinator Dub Maddox) I wanted this play,” Curtis said. “I wanted to make something happen. I’m going to be out the next two games.”
FINAL: Battle wins a wild one, 55-52 over Vianney. Jaevon McQuitty caught seven passes for 247 yards and 4 TDs.— Joe Vozzelli (@JoeVozzelli) September 10, 2016
Concord LB #11, A.Roberts serves up a bruising hit on the Caravel receiver. Raiders lead the Bucs 21-19 at halftime. pic.twitter.com/Kl7AVpAm8L— Delaware Preps (@DelawarePreps) September 10, 2016
Cameron Jurgens: Elkhorn limited the tight end commit to eight carries for 23 yards and three catches for 19, with no gain longer than 8 yards, as Beatrice lost to the Antlers 42-7. You can check out a photo gallery from the game here.
Masry Mapieu: The defensive tackle commit and his York squad picked up a dominant win against Schuyler 64-0. “Our goal was to come in here and be sharp, to execute and to win the turnover battle and we definitely won the turnover battle,” York head coach Glen Snodgrass told the York News-Times. “We executed and I feel like we’re a better team now than we were at the beginning of this game, and that is really the goal.”