Chevin Calloway received an offer from the Huskers on April 5, 2016.
He had been committed to Iowa since July 11 but still had interest in Nebraska.
Calloway took his official visit to Lincoln, which was his first time seeing Nebraska, for the Illinois game on Oct. 1.
In multiple interviews, Calloway said he's open to considering programs other than Iowa because of a lack of communication with the Hawkeye coaches. On Nov. 8, his high school coach told Rivals that Calloway had officially decommitted from Iowa.
That opened a door for the Huskers to poach him from their division rivals.
A big reason why he remained interested in Nebraska would be Damion Daniels, his teammate at Bishop Dunne. Daniels has visited Nebraska twice, once in the summer and again for the season opener on an official. Iowa and Nebraska are believed to be two of the top teams in contention for Daniels as well.
However, he narrowed his list down to three on Dec. 12, and the Huskers weren't on it.
Calloway played in the Under Armour All-America Game in January.
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