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  Dicaprio Bootle didn't know why he was a "nobody." Maybe it was his height. Maybe it was his weight. But he wasn't getting the big-time scholarship offers he wanted as a high schooler growing up in Miami. "I don't really know why that was," the Nebraska cornerback said Monday. "I just knew that I was gonna keep working and let it happen, put it all in God's hands and let it work for me." Bootle was discovered at a satellite camp in Miami. He went because Rutgers coaches were attending it, and they had expressed interest in him. Bootle clocked a 4.3-second 40-yard dash, which turned the heads of more than just Rutgers' coaches. A flurry of offers came in for Bootle, but one rose to the top. Nebraska. "I was nobody," he said. "I mean, I came in 2016, nobody really gave me a chance... I had to wait my turn, I had to sit down and understand that there were guys that were here before me. There are guys that were a little more seasoned before me." - Omaha World Herald

(DS#38 CB) rSr/2021 CB Dicaprio BootleNebraska
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