LINCOLN — According to her post on Twitter, Taylor McDaniel is Nebraska Football’s newest recruiting director.
McDaniel previously served as Director of Recruitment on the Tennessee campus in 2021. She held the same position at Kansas State for four months in 2022 before going to Nebraska. McDaniel worked as a recruiting and operations intern at Arkansas State while attending school there. McDaniel graduated from Arkansas State University with a degree in biology in 2020.
McDaniel is filling one of the two vacancies Nebraska has advertised under new senior director of player personnel Vince Guinta, who told reporters in April he wanted to increase the recruiting staff.
According to Guinta’s description in April, McDaniel’s role is “to spread the consistent message and history of Nebraska football,” “be it the process of what we do on visits, the places we go and the mechanics of recruitment.” .” The Director of Recruiting works with NU’s marketing and social media staff to create the best possible experience.
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Another open job, the director of on-campus recruiting, Guinta said, will strive to “make the recruiting experience here in Nebraska as elitist as possible, whether through the experiences they have here on a visit (or before). made to visit.”
“There’s a lot more to it than having (a recruit) six hours here,” Guinta said. “The planning can take 30 or 40 hours. With all the events and traffic that we get here as a program, it’s something that will keep a person busy all year round.”