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Nebraska Football lands latest predictions for Dae’vonn Hall



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There has been a ton of news in regards to 2024 wide receiver Dae’vonn Hall.  Multiple predictions about him coming to Nebraska were put in on Tuesday morning.

Michael Bruntz put in a medium confidence Crystal Ball with a score of six. Parker Thune put in a FutureCast prediction from Rivals just after noon ET. It’s also worth noting that two Isaiah McMorris predictions were put in by Kansas State insider Ryan Wallace and Nebraska insider Mike Schaefer.

The new predictions for Hall are certainly intriguing. Hall recently got an offer from Tennessee on Monday night. Tennessee can certainly make a push for Hall. He took a visit to Knoxville on June 4. It sounds as though he finally got the offer he was hoping for from Tennessee.

However, the official visit timeframe ends in July. Nebraska is set to host Hall this weekend. Based off of these predictions, it seems like Nebraska football is still in a good place to land Hall. It’s interesting that predictions for Nebraska were put in soon after his Tennessee offer.

To me, that means Nebraska is still very much a player in his recruitment, and it could come down to this weekend. The dead period begins at the end of June. His visit to Lincoln on Saturday will be his last visit before this timeframe.

Nebraska Football in a better spot with McMorris

McMorris is a little bit less concerning in terms of other schools. It seems as though Nebraska has done a solid job of making sure he keeps the Huskers at the top of his recruitment. These latest predictions in his favor are encouraging

Both sets of predictions are certainly trending in the right direction. If anything, they mean that the duo is (potentially) one step closer to heading to Lincoln. The Tennessee offer still looms a bit large. However, it still appears as though Nebraska sits in a good spot.

Danny is a Nebraska athletics fan and writer. He also enjoys writing about recruiting in his free time. Danny has been following the Huskers for the last five years. Find him on Twitter @NebCornholio.