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Nebraska set to host top transfer QB, OL and edge rusher this weekend

Sean Callahan12/08/22
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Georgia Tech QB Jeff Sims is expected to visit Nebraska this weekend. (David J. Griffin/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

It’s shaping up to be a massive recruiting weekend for Nebraska. HuskerOnline has confirmed there will be at least 15 official visitors, headlined by three high-value transfer portal targets.

Earlier in the week, former four-star Texas A&M edge rusher Elijah Jeudy confirmed he will be at NU on an official visit. He was one of the first confirmed transfer portal offers made by the Matt Rhule coaching staff.

On3 has the 6-foot-3, 246-pound Jeudy as the 10th-ranked defensive edge player in the portal.

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Also on Thursday, HuskerOnline confirmed that Rhode Island offensive tackle Ajani Cornelius will be in Lincoln on an official visit.

He was the first known portal target to receive an NU offer from Rhule’s staff. On3 ranks Cornelius as the No. 1 ranked tackle currently in the transfer portal and the No. 2 player overall player at all positions.

Cornelius started 22 games in 2021 and 2022 for the Rams. The right tackle sat out his first two years on campus but took over the starting job at right tackle in 2021 and earned All-CAA first-team honors this year. He entered the transfer portal following the 2022 season with three years of eligibility remaining to play two seasons.

Finally, the Huskers will also host a Power Five transfer portal quarterback. Georgia Tech’s Jeff Sims confirmed with HuskerOnline that he is expected to be in Lincoln this weekend on an official visit.

On3 ranks Sims as the 18th-best available quarterback in the portal. Sims played for Geoff Collins at Georiga Tech, who replaced Matt Rhule at Temple when he took the Baylor job.

Sims has played in 24 games, making 23 starts over his career. He’s completed 364-of-633 passes for 4,464 yards, 30 touchdowns and 23 interceptions. On the ground, he’s rushed for 1,152 yards and 11 touchdowns on 277 attempts.

Sims also has three years to play two.

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