It’s been a while since Nebraska football recruiting churned out a commitment. Thanks to a guy who’d hung around the Big Board for a while, that’s no longer the case.
Atlanta, GA’s own Aaron Williams committed to Nebraska helping secondary coach Charlton Warren fill out his future units. This makes the third commitment that Warren was the primary recruiter of this cycle (Eric Lee, Avery Anderson).
The 5’11” 183 pound Williams is ranked as the No. 64 safety overall and No. 81 prospect in-state according to the 247Sports Composite Index. He also had offers from the likes of Kansas State, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Purdue and Virginia among others.
Should Williams continue to work at safety position as he has done, he may be able to assist Husker football greatly. Corey Cooper departs following this season leaving only LeRoy Alexander as an upperclassman at the position.
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