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Nebraska Football adds four-star WR to star-studded weekend



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Nebraska football is set have another wide receiver coming on that is the March recruiting weekend. 2025 four-star receiver Isaiah Mozee is yet another visitor coming to Lincoln, for what should be an eventful weekend. This was confirmed via his profile on

He is the 11th overall wide receiver in the 2025 class, and the third overall player in his class from the state of Missouri per the 247Sports composite rankings. The wide receiver holds a 90 overall numerical rating in the 247Sports regular rankings.

Right now, it appears that Oklahoma is the favorite for the wide receiver. Mozee holds several offers in total, including from the likes of Oregon, Tennessee, Arkansas, and Georgia in addition to the Sooners. Oklahoma, Oregon, and Tennessee appear to be the favorites in his recruitment at the moment. Most recently, he was offered by Kent State on January 29.

Mozee measures in at five-foot-11, 175 pounds. He served the role of a dual threat wide receiver for Lee’s Summit North High School in Missouri. His recruitment actually goes back to the previous Nebraska football staff, as Bill Busch recruited him back when the coach was still on staff.

What could he bring to Nebraska Football?

He could bring a variety of things to Nebraska football.  He can be used out of the backfield on things like sweep plays. He also can be used as a wide receiver, and his speed allows him to make things happen after the catch. That type of versatility and the gadget-type player has been used by Nebraska football before. Wan’Dale Robinson comes to mind. Mozee has that explosiveness and ability to be utilized as a duck-type player.

Currently, the 2024 Nebraska football recruiting class has one commitment in Roger Gradney. It will be intriguing to see what other athletes Nebraska football can add to the 2024 class. The visit weekend at the end of March will be massive in terms of recruiting. Adding Mozee to that weekend just increases the star power.

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.