Nebraska’s football program has started the week on a positive note. Scott Frost and his coaching staff just landed a commitment from a three-star defensive back.
The Cornhuskers entered this week with 12 commits. That number has obviously changed due to the addition of Ronald Delancy III.
Louisville was firmly in the mix for Delancy. He committed to the program back in February, but then decided to decommit from the Cardinals last week.
His decision to decommit from Louisville came a few days after his official visit to Nebraska. Clearly, the Cornhuskers impressed him enough to change his mind.
Delancy announced his final decision on Twitter, saying “I am proud and blessed to say I am committed to the University of Nebraska.”
Here is his official announcement:
— Ronald Delancy III ⭐️⭐️⭐️ (@_TherealkingRjj) October 8, 2019
Delancy also held offers from Missouri, UCF, Wake Forest, USF and Washington State.
Per 247Sports’ recruiting rankings, Delancy is the No. 147 cornerback and No. 233 recruit from Florida.
With Delancy now committed to Nebraska, the program has the No. 29 overall class and No. 6 recruiting class in the Big Ten. The top commit for Scott Frost’s squad is four-star offensive tackle Turner Corcoran.
Since the Cornhuskers held a recruiting weekend on Sept. 27, it’s possible that more recruits commit to the program in the coming weeks.