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  1. 2011 Mar 07



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    He may need a redshirt year, but Max Pirman could be one of the sleepers of the 2011 class, Sam McKewon thinks. Why? Check it out with a 30-day free trial of Husker Locker Pass!

    Tags: recruiting, recruiting profile, max pirman

  2. 2010 Nov 16

    RECRUITING: Instant Analysis: Max Pirman


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    Is Max Pirman's commit a sign of changes in Nebraska's defensive scheme? Sam examines. Check out his analysis with a 30-day free trial of Husker Locker Pass!

    Tags: recruiting, max pirman

  3. 2010 Nov 16

    Podcast 11/16: 1st Award for Hooper


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    Tags: podcasts, jordan hooper, bo pelini, max pirman, recruiting, mens hoops, brent musberger

  4. 2010 Nov 15

    RECRUITING: Ohio DE Drops Hoosiers, Pledges Huskers


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    Following a whirlwind courtship, Nebraska added the proverbial sleeper – and previous Indiana commit – to its 2011 recruiting class.

    Orrville, Ohio linebacker Max Pirman confirmed with two recruiting sites that he switched his verbal from the Hoosiers to Nebraska Monday after visiting for the Huskers' 20-3 win over Kansas. Facilities, fan support and coaches played the biggest factors, he said. Pirman's teammate, 2012 prospect Mason Monheim, accompanied him on the official visit.

    Defensive end coach John Papuchis spearheaded the recruitment of Pirman, who committed to Indiana in April. He visited Notre Dame over the summer, but the Irish didn't offer. Kansas, Ohio, Western Michigan and the Hoosiers were among the schools that did.

    At 6-foot-5, 220 pounds, Pirman told recruiting sites NU coaches viewed him as a linebacker/defensive end hybrid – perhaps an evolution of the “spinner” role developed by the Brothers Pelini in recent weeks. Sophomore Cameron Meredith manned that spot in the Missouri and Kansas games along with walk-on Kevin Thomsen; former linebacker Eric Martin recently moved to end, as well. Pirman said he needed to gain 15 pounds before heading to Lincoln.

    Pirman is Nebraska's second defensive line commit for the 2011 class. The Huskers remain in the running for Honolulu defensive end Lake Koa Ka'ai, Tempe, Ariz., defensive tackle Todd Peat, Jr. and Corona, Calif., end DeVante Wilson.

    See also: Instant Analysis, Max Pirman

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