Things are really looking up for Scott Frost and the Nebraska Cornhuskers. National Signing Day has landed them 4-star WR Alante Brown.
Taking to Twitter on Wednesday, Brown officially announced that he is committing to Nebraska. His list going into the day consisted of Nebraska, Indiana, Michigan State, Maryland, and Virginia Tech.
247Sports rates Brown as the No. 1 prep school prospect in the country. He initially committed to Michigan State in 2018 before decommitting and signing with Texas Tech in 2019. But he ultimately went to St. Thomas More Prep this past year.
Brown spent the last few months picking up new offers and making official visits, culminating in today’s decision.
— Husker Hype (@husker_hype) December 18, 2019
The newly-minted Nebraska wide receiver joins a Huskers class that now has four 4-star receivers joining in 2020.
Nebraska now has letters of intent from Brown, Omar Manning, Marcus Fleming, and Zavier Betts.
It certainly looks like the Huskers will have plenty of added firepower in the 2020 season and beyond.
Not a bad start to the morning for Husker Nation.