Scott Frost revisited his old home city to land the latest commitment in Nebraska’s 2020 recruiting class.

On Sunday, three-star cornerback Tamon Lynum announced via Twitter that he would be committing to Nebraska. The 6-foot-2, 165-pound Orlando native was a target for several FBS programs, including Kansas, Illinois, Maryland, USF and East Carolina, among others.

“Man, where do I start,” Lynum wrote on Twitter. “I have been blessed to make this decision. I would like to thank god & my mom for looking over me & guiding me in the right direction. I would like to thank everyone who has guided me & led me in the right direction. Committed to Nebraska University.”

It’s been a slow start for Nebraska on the recruiting trail this year, as Lynum becomes just the fourth player in the 2020 class to pledge. In the talent-rich state of Florida, Lynum ranks as one of the top 200 players from the state and is one of the top 150 cornerbacks in the class.

There’s still ample time for the Huskers to make some moves on the recruiting trail, and it will likely happen. But considering the optimism swarming the program, it is a bit surprising the commitment totals are so low in June.

Nebraska’s 2020 class currently ranks 13th in the B1G and sits 80th nationally.