One recruit that had originally committed to Nebraska back in 2017 is reportedly back on the market after a run with the Oklahoma Sooners.

According to 247 Sports, defensive back Brendan Radley-Hiles is looking for a move via the transfer portal. Radley-Hiles played three seasons for the Sooners.

Radley-Hiles was the No. 38 player nationally and the No. 5 CB nationally for the class of 2018. He had committed to the Huskers in April of 2017 before decommitting in October of that year. He eventually signed with the Sooners in January of 2018.

Without question, Radley-Hiles would have been the highest-rated recruit for Scott Frost’s first recruiting class with the Huskers. Instead, he went to the Sooners where he compiled 115 total tackles, nine TFL, a sack, three interceptions, and 11 passes defended in his career.

Radley-Hiles should not be short on offers via the portal as he had offers from Power 5 programs across the country coming out of high school. It will be interesting if Frost and the Huskers make a push to bring him to Lincoln this time around.