Athlete Dash Dorsey felt Husker’s third visit was a huge success

As Defense Coordinator in Nebraska Eric Chinander I drew the defenders of the high school in the Friday Night Lights camp, it was not difficult for the spectator to quickly separate Dash Dorsey than most of his peers.

The defensive offense from the Chicago area demonstrated the kind of fluid movement you’d expect from the prospect of receiving an offer from Nebraska in late January. Where it leads us, the next few months will tell. But that prospect left town delighted with the work he had done, and some advice he’d put in his pocket as well.

“My visit was fantastic. I got to know the coaches firsthand and what it would be almost like in a real place as if I had actually prepared for a game,” Dorsey said as he returned home on Saturday. “I learned a lot from Chinander – he gave me new advice and I was able to learn from the databases currently playing in Nebraska. I thought it was very successful.”

It was one database in particular that was helping Dorsey Marquis Bufordwho grew up in the Chicago area and grew up around it and Mario Bufordwho also participated in the camp.

Dorsey played on the same youth soccer team with Mario and 7v7 teams before the Bufords moved to Texas.

The only problem with the recruit was that Travis Fisher He also wasn’t working camp last night, but had fun with Husker’s high school coach in the past considering Dorsey was making his third trip to Lincoln. He also attended the Spring Game and Junior Day event.

“On the phone I talk to Coach Chins a lot, but when I went to the Spring Game I was with Coach Fisher a lot…,” Dorsey said. “I learn new things every time I go back. On my first visit I could only see the campus, the stadium and everything around it. The second time it was seeing a little bit of how they trained, which I feel suited me really well.”

Dorsey paid close attention to visiting that springtime game to even the finer points of Fisher’s warm-up training. On Friday, DB said Chinaander “was teaching me new ways I didn’t even know…so every time I come back I look for something new.”

Both sides of the ball play at St. Francis High School in Wheaton, Illinois. As a defender he had 37 tackles, as well as five breakout passes and interceptions on test. As a receiver, he had 543 yards in 47 traps with six touchdowns.

Dorsey would like to make a decision on his college choice on his birthday, which falls on August 8, and said, “I kind of let things flow and cut things off my list of shows.” “I just let things go.”

His official visits are not yet confirmed, although he would like to make them in July. In the meantime, he plans to participate in a camp in Missouri, which he was offered in mid-May. The NU and Tigers make up Dorsey’s power-five for the time being, though he’s also received offers from the Army, UConn, Navy, Central Michigan, Kent State, Toledo and others.

Dorsey, who is 5-11 pounds and 175 pounds, would like to enroll early in whatever school he goes to.

The Huskers want to have a strong recruiting presence in the Chicago area, as some recent activities have shown, including Jalil Martinwho signed up for the 2022 class and used a strong camp that showed last summer to build a relationship with Husker coaches.

“I feel like Chicago is very sleepy,” Dorsey said. “The BOOM organization at 7-on-7, they were going into Florida and Texas and they controlled all aspects of the ball – attack and defense. They were coming down and showing all Chicago football is around.”

Dorsey played on some of those boom bands.

“And we’d go out there and beat teams from Texas and Florida, even some teams from California. They don’t expect that from Chicago. They just think the Midwest, we’re not built for the heat… They just underestimate us.”