Senior Adam Wasserman continues his pursuit of an offer to play college football and appeared at the University of Nebraska Lincoln’s walk-on night for potential players.
Wasserman was invited to tour the facilities and meet the coaches at UNL’s walk-on night on December 13. Matt Davidson talked to the athletes and their families about what new head coach Scott Frost hopes to change with the walk-on program and what he wants it to be again. They also got some information from an academic counselor about the price and advantages of being a student-athlete at UNL.
“Then we went on the tour and got to see what’s all inside Memorial Stadium and when we came back from the tour we got to meet coach Frost. He talked to everyone and was really nice, and said he would be calling so I’m just waiting for that,” Wasserman said.
Wasserman has been offered football scholarships by other colleges, including Wayne State college, but says he will definitely attend UNL if given the walk-on offer.
“If I do receive an offer to play for Nebraska, it’ll be an instant yes. It’s always been a dream of mine and I would be able to say I was apart of coach Frost’s first recruiting class,” Wasserman said.