Four-star wide receiver Tyjon Lindsey has formally committed to attend Nebraska and become a Cornhusker. Originally from Las Vegas, it would appear he is intent on playing in the Big Ten during his collegiate career.
He decommitted from Ohio State earlier this week.
Lindsey announced his commitment to the Cornhuskers on social media.
Urban Meyer doesn’t lose a lot of kids once he gets them to commit. A prodigious force on the recruiting trail, he has take Ohio State from crippled by sanctions to powerhouse program again. Having already won national title and a legitimate competitor for another every year he is wearing the headset, he has an excellent product to sell.
Lindsey appears to have experienced a bit of buyers remorse, and instead ran into the starchy arms of the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Currently ranked the 77th player on the ESPN 300 and the second best in the state of Nevada, Lindsey is a big get for Nebraska.
Not only because they gain what could potentially be a game-breaker at a skill position, but because they have weakened the program that currently sits at the top of its conference.