Nebraska lands commitment from 2021 OL out of Iowa
Nebraska has added to its 2021 recruiting class this weekend.
On Sunday, the Huskers picked up a commitment from three-star offensive lineman Henry Lutovsky, who becomes the third prospect to give a verbal pledge to the program. Lutovsky announced his commitment via Twitter.
“Thank you to everyone who has helped me throughout this process,” Lutovsky wrote. “I am excited to announce that I am committed to the University of Nebraska.”
— Henry Lutovsky (@Luto_72) November 17, 2019
According to 247Sports, Lutovsky is one of the top 500 prospects in the 2021 class. The Mount Pleasant, Iowa native is listed as the No. 18 offensive guard and the No. 8 player out of his home state in the cycle.
Lutovsky is a 6-foot-6, 320-pound offensive lineman who hold four Power Five offers. In addition to Nebraska, Lutovsky also received interest from Iowa State, Missouri and Georgia.
It’s obviously early in the process, but Nebraska’s 2021 class currently ranks sixth in the B1G and 21st nationally. Lutovsky is the second offensive lineman to commit, joining four-star offensive tackle Teddy Prochazka.