College football recruiting season and pheasant hunting season are both in full swing.
The Nebraska coaching staff did a little bit of both on Sunday.
Chamberlain all-state lineman Nash Hutmacher committed to the Huskers in June and can officially sign his national letter of intent on Dec. 18.
The Huskers have continued to check in with Hutmacher as recruiting visits are the norm this time of year. The coaching staff enjoyed a little pheasant hunting on their recent trip to South Dakota.
Hutmacher tweeted three photos on Sunday of a hunting trip with head coach Scott Frost, defensive line coach Tony Tuioti, defensive coordinator Erik Chinander and quarterback coach Mario Verduzco. Hutmacher’s parents, Joe and Laura, were also along for the hunt.
Halverson Hunts, which is located near Kennebec, hosted the group. Steve Halverson, the owner of Halverson Hunts, also tweeted a picture and posted: “Best recruiting trip ever” Scott Frost, Nebraska Football Coach!
“Best recruiting trip ever” Scott Frost, Nebraska Football Coach! pic.twitter.com/3wPmuUPU3y— Steve Halverson (@HalversonHunts) December 9, 2019
Hutmacher picked Nebraska over Oregon and Wisconsin. He’s a 6-foot-5, 305-pound lineman and is projected to play defensive tackle for Nebraska, which went 5-7 in Frost’s second season as coach.