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.

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: