Nebraska Football: Takeaways from huge Nadab Joseph commitment

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LINCOLN, NE – SEPTEMBER 14: Helmets of the Nebraska Cornhuskers before the game against the Northern Illinois Huskies at Memorial Stadium on September 14, 2019 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)

Nebraska Football got a huge boost on Friday.

Nebraska football managed to get their man on Friday. Nadab Joseph committed to the program, adding to an already strong 2020 class. As Nebraska continues to fill in this class, Joseph was a crucial commitment for right now. He should be able to help anchor the Nebraska football secondary for years to come.

For Scott Frost and his coaching staff, this just continues a solid July. After being late bloomer’s to the recruiting game, they have managed to lock down several key players that should be able to help the program. Joseph is just the icing on the cake. I had hopes that Nebraska would be able to land him, especially after losing Henry Gray. Now, he is in the fold and ready to contribute. With the talent that has left the program, it always seems like Frost and his staff are able to lock down a recruit, therefore softening the blow of the  decommitment

Joseph is a player that can play at a high level. I have no doubts that he will be able to strengthen the defense. This commitment is a sign that Nebraska is continuing to go after high-impact playmakers. I have always really appreciated the program’s style with this. They don’t aim low and settle for what they can get easily. They aim high. Friday was just another indicator that they are succeeding with the strategy.

With that in mind, I give three takeaways of Joseph’s commitment to Nebraska football.

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