Nebraska hoops gets PWO commitment from in-state PG
Cale Jacobsen has decided to stay in the state of Nebraska to play college basketball. He revealed that he is committing to Nebraska in a social media post on Saturday.
Jacobsen received offers from Drake, North Dakota State, Omaha, and UMKC. He attends Ashland-Greenland High School in Ashland, Nebraska. Jacobsen is a 6-foot-4, 185 pound PG from the class of 2022 that isn’t rated yet per Rivals.
Here is what Jacobsen said about his decision to stay in his home state:
“After a lot of thought and prayerful consideration, I have decided to commit to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln as a preferred walk-on,” said Jacobsen. “I’m excited for the opportunity to learn from the staff and to work with the team. Thank you BlueJay nation for your consistent support over these past 4 years.”
Committed!! GBR 🔴⚪️ pic.twitter.com/pbwdLaUpoW
— Cale Jacobsen (@calejacobsen_) May 7, 2022
Fred Hoiberg has 4 commits for the 2022 class so far. Nebraska also has the 5th-best 2022 recruiting class in the B1G.