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Huskers always in the back of his mind

Huskers always in the back of his mind

Nebraska is doing an excellent job with the class of 2015 and they had been spending a lot of time working on the 2016 class as well. The Huskers recently offered this junior-to-be and he is now considering visiting this summer.

Harltand (Wisc.) Arrowhead junior offensive lineman Ben Bredeson is staying busy despite no formal spring practices. The 6-foot-4.5 and 255-pound Bredeson says that the workouts hit everything. "We have workouts every day of the week," Bredeson said. "We do a good mix doing mostly weights, but also cardio and a lot of stretching." Bredeson left the field after his sophomore year feeling pretty...

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