Between Nebraska basketball and football, recruiting has been dialed up to 11. Equally as impressive is the caliber of prospects each program is in on. Nebrasketball head coach Tim Miles is inching closer to snagging what was once a player-to-be in the SEC.
New Orleans, LA’s Jordan Cornish was released from his letter of intent by new Tennessee head coach Donnie Tyndall. He happens to enjoy what Nebraska basketball has to offer.
He cut Florida State from the five finalists for his services according to Andrew Lopez of the New Orleans Times Picayune.
The 6’6″ 215 pound shooting guard/small forward is ranked No. 43 at SG/No. 19 at SF, No. 2 in-state and is the No. 177 prospect in the country according to the 247Sports Composite Index.
His final four include the Huskers, SMU, UCLA and Wake Forest.
— Robin Washut (@RobinWashut) April 30, 2014
Hold onto your hats, Huskers.
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