The Nebraska Cornhuskers football team got another commitment on Monday and Husker Nation got a look at the Jordy Bahl effect firsthand.
There has been a ton of excitement around the Nebraska Cornhuskers program in general over the last few weeks. Over the last few days, the Nebraska football team generated excitement thanks to a flurry of commits from kids Matt Rhule brought to Lincoln to camp.
Landen Davidson was one such kid, who in Lincoln in the last few days. When he got to see everything that the Huskers had to offer, he decided he wanted to be a part of it. He became the fourth commit in the 2024 class for the Nebraska Cornhuskers in the last four days.
Like the other commits the Nebraska Cornhuskers have been able to reel in recently, Davidson isn’t someone who has gotten a ton of attention from Power 5 schools. Though the Huskers did beat out the Colorado Buffaloes for this particular offensive lineman.
Davidson giving his pledge means that the Nebraska Cornhuskers are already at 14 commits and June isn’t up yet.
Other Nebraska Cornhuskers news
- The Nebraska softball team has seen a steady stream of positivity all around it since former Oklahoma Sooners softball legend Jordy Bahl announced she was transferring to the Huskers. On Tuesday, she was officially introduced to her new fanbase.
- Since Bahl transferred to NU, interest in the Nebraska Cornhuskers softball team skyrocketed. No where has that been more evident than in ticket sales. As of this afternoon, the waitlist for season tickets for 2024 is 2,538. Last year, the number of season ticket holders was 365. It’s worth pointing out that the stadium that the Nebraska softball team plays in hold 2,500 total.
- While the football and softball teams got the most attention on Tuesday, the Nebraska baseball team also got a commit. Will Bolt has had an active offseason and that continued with the addition of Iowa Western transfer Tyler Stone. Stone chose the Nebraska Cornhuskers over TCU, Baylor and Wichita State.