Nebraska Cornhuskers football continued one heck of a roll as it secured the commitment of two star players from Bellevue West and a special teams ace.
Nebraska Cornhuskers football recruiting is on absolute fire as we head to the end of June. Matt Rhule and his staff have zoomed in on players they feel fit their program and can be locked down quickly.
On Friday morning, the Huskers’ 2024 commitment class reached 17 players with the announcement that The Bellevue 2 – Dae’vonn Hall and Isaiah McMorris – were both committing.
Not only is that big news because both Bellevue West receivers are quite talented, but because they’re going to be joining their quarterback in Daniel Kaelin, on the squad. All three players are part of an insanely explosive offense for the Thunderbirds that will likely only get better in 2023 in their senior years.
Other Nebraska Cornhuskers news
- If McMorris and Hall weren’t big enough gets on Friday, the Huskers added a special teams ace to the roster in preferred walk-on kicker Nico Ottomanelli. The Harrington Park, New Jersey product isn’t going to give the Huskers a massive recruiting class ranking boost but he does add another special teams option for Ed Foley to look at this fall.
- Nebraska Cornhuskers football isn’t the only squad having a heck of a finish to June. The Nebraska softball team’s scoring of Oklahoma transfer Jordy Bahl has driven interest in Rhonda Revelle’s program up big time. That was most recently reflected in ticket demand greatly surpassing the seats in Bowlin stadium.
- All the good news and well wishes is helping the Nebraska Cornhuskers football team generate some serious positivity heading towards fall camp. However, once the offseason ends and the games begin, there’s still a lot of work to do to erase the last 6+ years. As On3 recently pointed out, if the Huskers want a culture reset, it’s going to be on the players to do it.