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Nebraska Football lands more Dylan Raiola projections

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The Dylan Raiola to Nebraska football rumors are gaining steam. Two new predictions were put in for Nebraska to land the quarterback on Wednesday. Husker247’s Brian Christopherson put in a high-confidence Crystal Ball with a score of seven. Mike Schaefer of Husker 247 put in a Crystal Ball with a medium confidence score of six.

This comes as the news about Raiola potentially coming to Nebraska is heating up. There have been multiple predictions for the quarterback to come to Lincoln. These two new predictions on Wednesday certainly add fuel to the proverbial fire.

Raiola is the sixth overall player in the 2024 class, and the second overall quarterback in the class itself. His uncle, Donovan is serving as his primary recruiter.

The quarterback had a strong season for Buford in 2023. He threw for 2,819 yards, 34 touchdowns, and an interception.

What would this mean for Nebraska Football?

Raiola would automatically add a spark to the Nebraska football quarterback room. His arm strength and accuracy are just two of the things he can bring to the table. Nebraska football needs a playmaking quarterback, and they have set out to find one over the past couple of weeks.

Kyle McCord is still very much in play for the Huskers also . Bringing McCord to Lincoln could give Raiola the time to develop, and have him assume the starting role by 2025. A smaller quarterback room certainly has risk involved with it. However, it is becoming a trend in college football.

These predictions are certainly a positive sign for Nebraska football. They would land one of the most dynamic players in the 2024 class. This would also give the Huskers stability at the quarterback position for the first time in quite a while.

A commitment is not exactly a done deal yet. However, all of these expert predictions are certainly a good sign that things are trending in the right direction.

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.

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