Nebraska goes into the 2010 season with a real possibility of starting two junior college offensive lineman. Ricky Henry will likely continue to start on the interior at either guard or center. Newcomer and early arrival Jermarcus Hardrick appears likely to be in immediate competition for a starting position at tackle. But does the fact that they went to junior college mean anything for their prospects?

Look back at the recruits that Nebraska has brought in from the junior college ranks, you'll find players that worked their way into the starting lineup, but not All-Americans. Carl Nicks might be the biggest success. He earned second-team All-Big 12 honors in 2005 as NU's starting left tackle and was part of the New Orleans Saints Super Bowl team. Cornealius Fuamatu-Thomas started seven...

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