Highly touted recruits, fans pack Memorial Stadium for Friday Night Lights camp

Posted at 8:51 PM, Jun 23, 2017
and last updated 2017-06-23 23:49:03-04

Just under 7,000 fans came through the gates of Memorial Stadium to get a look at some future Huskers during Nebraska's Friday Night Lights football camp. 

According to Nebraska media relations, who counted attendance using clickers, 6,718 people walked through the gates on a comfortable late-June evening.

The Huskers are hosting a number of highly-touted recruits this weekend, some of whom are already committed to Nebraska, such as four-star defensive back Brendan Radley-Hiles.

Here's some of the other recruits that came out to Lincoln to showcase their talents:

LB/DE, Micah Parsons

Parsons is the top rated DE in the nation for the 2018 class and five-star recruit. The 6'3, 225 pound defensive end has offers from a plethora of Power Five schools, including defending national champion Clemson and runner-up Alabama.

DB, Christian Tutt

Tutt is a four-star defensive back from Thomson, Georgia. Tutt has offers from nearly every Power Five school, including Alabama, Florida State and Ohio State. 

DB, Brendan Radley-Hiles

Radley-Hiles is a four-star defensive back out of IMG Academy. Hiles committed to Nebraska back in April and is one of the Husker's top recruits for the 2018 class. 

DB, Mario Goodrich

Goodrich is a four-star defensive back out of Lee's Summit, Missouri. Goodrich committed to the Huskers back on May 23, 2017. 

QB, Max Duggan

Duggan is a local name, as he hails from Lewis Central High School in Council Bluffs. Mike Riley has his eyes on Duggan, but the Lewis Central quarterback has offers from Iowa, Iowa State, Kansas State and Penn State.