Nebraska Cornhuskers news: Dylan Raiola's commitment video is hype, more

Dylan Raiola committed to the Nebraska Cornhuskers on Monday afternoon, but Monday night, he put out a video commemorating the event.

Buford quarterback and Georgia commit Dylan Raiola looks on from the sideline during warm ups before
Buford quarterback and Georgia commit Dylan Raiola looks on from the sideline during warm ups before / Joshua L. Jones / USA TODAY NETWORK
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As Nebraska Cornhuskers fans continue to celebrate the fallout of the commitment of Dylan Raiola, there is another way available to really feel the hype of the moment. The 5-star prospect has put out a new instagram video announcing his commitment.

The video shows everything that made the legacy prospect decide that he wanted to come to Nebraska after all. After all, it's a bit surprising to some that he did so, considering he was a commit to Georgia until this week.

There were plenty of people who loved the poem he tweeted out when the announcement was first coming. But the video does quite a bit more to show just why he feels like he's "home" in Lincoln.

It should surprise no one that the Nebraska Cornhuskers are important to him because of his family. They're important to him because of their legacy. And he clearly likes the new coaches that are trying to lead the turnaround. You can check out the video below and I dare you not to get goosebumps.

More Nebraska Cornhuskers news

  • The Nebraska volleyball team suffered a heartbreaking defeat on Sunday but it's clear John Cook's crew is holding their heads up high. That includes the head coach, who put out a thank you to the fans just one day after suffering through the loss.
  • While Nebraska Cornhuskers volleyball players expressed what they expected to see in the next few years after the loss, there are others who are moving on. The most surprising departure of the two volleyball players who entered the portal on Wednesday has to be Caroline Jurevicius. It seemed as if she had a good chance of playing quite a bit next year. She's joined in the portal by Hayden Kubik. One has to wonder if more are leaving, or if this is it.

The Nebraska men's basketball team is going to be hosting a very special guest in the form of Danny Nee later this year. Arguably the most successful Nebraska Cornhuskers basketball coach ever will be in town on January 20th to celebrate the 93-94 team's alumni weekend.