Nebraska adds key WR previously committed to LSU to 2022 recruiting class
Nebraska is making some more moves on recruiting trail, and the recent addition of Mickey Joseph is already paying dividends.
Following the end of the season, Scott Frost and the Huskers were able to lure him away from LSU. Joseph will coach wide receivers among some other duties at Nebraska.
On Friday, Joseph helped land Decoldest Crawford, a 3-star WR out of Shreveport, Louisiana. Crawford was originally recruited to LSU by Joseph, but the received re-opened his recruitment on Dec. 7.
Decoldest Crawford, Welcome to the good life
Follow: @Yrncold #GBRXXII pic.twitter.com/pdwUebuwOP
— Nebraska Football (@HuskerFBNation) December 17, 2021
According to reporter Parker Gabriel, Crawford cited his relationship with Joseph as a key reason for his commitment to the Huskers:
Decoldest Crawford, speaking with reporters at his signing ceremony, says he’s built a relationship with Mickey Joseph over three years and knew, as soon as he decommitted from LSU, that he was going to go to Nebraska. #Huskers
— Parker Gabriel (@HuskerExtraPG) December 17, 2021
According to the composite rankings, Crawford is the No. 66 WR nationally and No. 20 player out of Louisiana for the cycle.