The Nebraska Cornhuskers’ recruiting strategy, along with those of every other college football program, is being forced to adapt to new alterations in NCAA recruiting rules.
Beginning August 1, coaches will have unlimited access to potential players. That means that recruiters will be able to contact high school players as much as they want via phone call, text, Twitter or Facebook.
College football programs will also be allowed to house larger recruiting-specific departments capable of evaluating and contacting prospective players.
Although not every aspect of this change will benefit the Big Red, let’s look at the five biggest reasons Nebraska will excel under these new rule changes.