Weight: 210 pounds
The U.S. Army All-American Bowl showcased two kickers that have had contact with Nebraska.
Current North Carolina State commit Niklas Sade was a part of the Cornhuskers’ class earlier in the season.
During the all-star game, Sade could only convert one kick out of three.
Wile, on the other hand, had a far more productive day at the office, though his team was on the losing end.
He went 10-for-13 this past season kicking for San Diego’s Francis Parker High School.
His season-long was 49 yards, while also converting a handful of kicks from the 45 to 47-yard range.
Wile attended a kicking academy earlier in 2010 where he worked with one of the NCAA’s most accurate kickers and Nebraska’s all-time scoring leader, Alex Henery.
With Sade’s departure, Matt’s addition to the Cornhuskers’ recruiting class may not exactly replace the “Ndamukong Suh” of kickers, but it would go a long way into rubbing some salve onto the wound.
He looks to visit Nebraska on January 28th, though that could change to the 21st depending on how his schedule fleshes out.
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