Sautter: Five in-state standouts from Nebraska's Friday Night Lights camp

Bellevue West wide receiver Nate Sullivan has offers from Central Michigan and Buffalo.

World-Herald prep recruiting specialist Mike Sautter was at the second and last of Nebraska’s Friday Night Lights camps at Memorial Stadium this summer.

Here is a list of players who performed well at the camp Friday.

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Zavier Betts, 2020 Bellevue West WR: Betts was the star of the show. The NU commit was great in the one-on-one situations as well as drill work at the beginning of the camp. He went up and got the ball from defenders and beat them in every route.

Broc Douglass, 2020 Grand Island WR: Douglass isn’t the fastest prospect, but he makes plays when the lights are on. That is exactly what he did Friday night. He made more than one great catch with just enough separation to extend his arms and haul in the catch. On one highlight-reel play, Douglass caught an underthrown pass on corner route, while getting his feet in bounds in the end zone.

Koa McIntyre, 2022 Fremont Bergan ATH/QB: McIntyre was a standout player last week in Lincoln and was again Friday night. He has speed and a solid frame for his age and made a couple of nice throws. McIntyre will likely play receiver and running back for Bergan. He won his end-of-camp quarterback race by a wide margin.

Nate Sullivan, 2020 Bellevue West WR: Sullivan has had a good June. He collected offers from Central Michigan and Buffalo and performed well Friday. His length and smooth route-running ability were on display in more than just the one-on-one situations. He is a hands catcher and an unassuming athlete who just makes plays without much flash after the play.

Kaedyn Odermann, 2020 Millard West WR: Odermann beat defenders with crisp routes and caught balls over defenders in the one-on-one battles. He has good length and uses his body well. His best play might have been a catch in the back of the end zone while falling away from the defender.

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