After de-committing from Ohio State, four-star WR Tyjon Lindsey chooses Nebraska
Nebraska is making the headlines all over the place lately and for all the right reasons.
After hiring Bob Diaco to be the team’s new defensive coordinator – and the highest-paid assistant in school history – a day ago, the team just received a jolt to its offense heading into 2017.
Tyjon Lindsey, who de-committed from Ohio State just last week, announced he’ll be staying within the Big Ten this afternoon, joining the Cornhuskers.
"God will ensure my success in accordance with his plan not mine."
— T-WAYNE…???? (@tyjonlindsey) January 14, 2017
Lindsey is a four-star recruit in the Class of 2017 according to 247 Sports and is the No. 6 wide receiver in the entire country. He may only stand at 5-foot-9, but the Bishop Gorman product is not only the top-ranked player in the state of Nevada, but also the No. 38 player in the country.
Take a look at what he can do on the football field, Cornhusker fans: