Scott Frost isn’t making any friends in the SEC.

The new Nebraska coach might have made a few more enemies down south after the recruiting victory he pulled off on Wednesday.

Four-star defensive end Caleb Tannor announced that he was signing with Nebraska instead of the likes of Auburn, Florida, Mississippi State and Ole Miss.

He had some flair to his announcement, too:

That’s a big-time Signing Day addition for Frost. Tannor is the No. 19 weak-side defensive end and the No. 328 player overall in the 2018 class.

The Lithonia, Georgia native went on late official visits to Auburn and Florida after he visited Lincoln, but ultimately, he rolled with the Huskers.

Nebraska has now signed five recruits rated 4-stars or better, including 4-star safety Cam’Ron Jones, who signed on Wednesday as well. They can add at least one more if they can sign 4-star linebacker Javontae Jean-Baptiste or 4-star running back Maurice Washington.

The Huskers now have the No. 5 class in the B1G and the No. 27 class overall.