The Nebraska basketball team picked up a new walk-on in Lincoln Southeast’s BJ Day. The 6’4″, 235-pound forward averaged five points and six rebounds per game as a senior. His efforts garnered Omaha World-Herald All-Nebraska 3rd team and Class A second-team all-state honors.
— Luke Gifford (@luke_gifford) May 2, 2014
Day’s father, Bernard, played for the Huskers from 1986-1987. He scored 802 points during his two-year career, which was the most by a Husker two-year player at the time.
The younger Day’s announcement comes during a flurry of recruiting activity. Nebraska basketball fans are watching intently to hear the decisions of prospects Deng Deng and Jordan Cornish.
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