It may have taken a little time, but Mike Riley has gotten a pretty good handle of recruiting life in the B1G.

Nebraska had the ninth-ranked class of 2018 prior to Tuesday night, but jumped to sixth after receiving a verbal pledge from one of the top prospects out of Missouri.

Mario Goodrich, a four-star receiver, cornerback and return specialist, committed to the Huskers on Tuesday evening. He made the announcement via Twitter:

Goodrich, who’s listed as the sixth-best player from Missouri and ranked as the No. 11 athlete in the 2018 class, was holding 14 total offers, including five from B1G programs.

He chose Nebraska over Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota ad Purdue.

This is the sixth four-star prospect the Huskers have landed for the 2018 class and 11th overall commitment.