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Nebraska's New 4-Star QB Recruit Has Message For The Fans

Nebraska cheerleaders perform during game.

LINCOLN, NE - SEPTEMBER 26: Nebraska Cornhuskers cheerleaders cheer during their game against the Southern Miss Golden Eagles at Memorial Stadium on September 26, 2015 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Eric Francis/Getty Images)

The Huskers' newest QB commit has a message for the fan base.

Scott Frost landed his biggest recruit yet at Nebraska earlier this evening.

Adrian Martinez, a four-star dual-threat QB recruit out of California, de-committed from Tennessee and pledged to the Huskers.

In an interview with the Omaha World-Herald, Martinez detailed why he's picking Nebraska.

“They made a good impression on me,” Martinez told the World-Herald. “I had a feeling in my heart — Nebraska’s the place I want to be. I want to play for those coaches. I want to play in front of those fans. And I want to go win. And I’m confident in their message and who they are as people and as coaches that we can really accomplish some special things.”

More big things could be coming for the Huskers, too.

Stay tuned...