Ben Scott is heading to Nebraska, the Arizona State transfer announced Friday afternoon. The offensive tackle transfer is a huge pickup for Nebraska, as he adds depth and talent to the Huskers’ front line.

In his sophomore season, Scott’s run blocking score was 83, which ranks 28th among all FBS offensive tackles. He also had a negative grade on less than 11% of his blocks his sophomore season, which ranked 6th in the PAC-12. Scott also helped lead the Sun Devils to over 200 rushing yards per game, according to his ASU bio.

Coming into college, the Honolulu, Hawaii, native was a 3-star composite according to 247Sports Composite. He was also the No. 16 player in the state of Hawaii.

Standing at 6-foot-5 and 290 pounds, Scott adds some size to Nebraska’s front line.

The Huskers are hoping Scott can help turn their program around after some rough years. The Huskers finished 4-8 this season and parted ways with head coach Scott Frost early in the season.