Bryan Addison received an offer from the Huskers on Dec. 17, 2016.
On April 7, 2017, Addison included the Huskers in his top five with Arizona State, Oregon, UCLA and USC.
Two months later, on June 5, his list expanded to a top eight, but the Huskers still made the cut with Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon, UCLA, USC and Washington.
Addison got his first look at Nebraska when he took an official visit for the Northern Illinois game on Sept. 16. Also taking an official visit that weekend was Addison's high school teammate, Kobe Smith, who is one of NU's top wide receiver targets.
Addison took his second official visit to Michigan on Oct. 7.
On Oct. 12, Addison narrowed his recruitment to a top five that included Nebraska with Arizona, Arizona State, Michigan and UCLA.
The major recruiting services rank Addison as an athlete, capable of playing either side of the ball. The Huskers seem interested in letting Addison decide whether he wants to play offense or defense. Donte Williams is his lead recruiter, targeting him to play safety, but Keith Williams is also involved in recruiting him to play wide receiver.
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