Mike Riley’s first season as Nebraska’s coach was a rough one, but the 62-year-old coach’s first full recruiting cycle is shaping up to be pretty great.
The Huskers’ 2017 class is looking like it’ll be one of the best in the Big Ten. Nebraska landed a commitment today from a four-star linebacker, Avery Roberts, giving the program seven commitments, three of whom are four-stars.
One of those four-stars, wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson Jr., sent out a pretty great message on Twitter regarding his future school’s recruiting efforts.
If you don’t wanna join the movement you’re probably a weirdo
— Keyshawn Jr. (@keyshawnnnn) April 21, 2016
Nobody wants to be a weirdo.
Nebraska’s 2017 class is now ranked the No. 17 class in the country by 247 Sports.