Assistant coach Corey Raymond is leaving Nebraska for the defensive backs job at LSU. For now, that news apparently isn’t influencing Husker recruit Tre’Vell Dixon.
Dixon, from Baldwin, La., won’t be making any impulse decisions. He announced his oral commitment to NU’s 2013 class in January.
“I’m still committed to Nebraska right now,” Dixon said Monday night in an interview with Huskers Illustrated, the World-Herald’s recruiting partner.
There’s more on this storyline at HuskersIllustrated.com. Dixon still hasn’t visited Lincoln, but he and Raymond formed a strong bond during the recruiting process. Dixon’s high school coach, Ryan Antoine, played for Raymond in New Iberia, La.
Here’s what Antoine told Huskers Illustrated Monday night: “Tre’Vell is Tre’Vell. We’ll see what he does. I don’t think this changes anything at all. He still loves the Huskers.”
Click here for more on Raymond’s decision to leave Nebraska for LSU. He told The World-Herald Monday night that he turned down an offer from Tigers’ officials Friday, but changed his mind over the weekend.