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The Snow Didn't Stop Scott Frost From Seeing This Recruit Tonight

Scott Frost waves to fans.

ORLANDO, FL - NOVEMBER 24: Head coach Scott Frost of the UCF Knights waves to the fans prior to a game against the South Florida Bulls at Spectrum Stadium on November 24, 2017 in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by Logan Bowles/Getty Images)

Nebraska's head coach made a big recruiting visit tonight.

Snow blanketed the state of Alabama this week. That didn't stop Scott Frost from making a big recruiting visit, though.

Nebraska's head coach and his defensive coordinator, Erik Chinander, met with Cam Taylor tonight. The Montgomery, Ala. native is one of the top athletes in the 2018 class.

Taylor was impressed with Frost's determination to see him. "You know it’s real when they come through the snow," he said on Twitter.

The 6-foot, 196-pound prospect out of Park Crossing has interest from several major schools. Auburn, FAU and Missouri are also heavily involved.

Taylor was previously committed to Missouri. He de-committed in October.

Nebraska's 2018 class has been improving as of late with a couple of big commitments over the last month-plus. The Huskers currently have 16 commitments.

247Sports ranks the Huskers class the No. 34 class in the country, No. 7 in the Big Ten. A commitment from Taylor would be a nice boost.

The snow hasn't stopped Taylor from working on his game, either. Check this out:

Playing in a cold-weather state like Nebraska doesn't seem like it would be that much of an adjustment. Stay tuned.