Nebraska lands commitment from 2024 OL out of Texas
Nebraska is working on putting together the 2024 recruiting class under Matt Rhule, and the Huskers dipped into Texas for another prospect.
On Saturday, offensive lineman Gibson Pyle announced his pledge to Nebraska. Pyle held other notable offers from USC, Stanford, SMU, Ole Miss, UNC, Louisville and Colorado, among others.
“I’m so blessed to be in this position and I thank every single coach that I’ve talked to in this process and all the relationships I’ve built,” Pyle wrote via Twitter. “…I’m so excited about this next step in life and there is only more work to be done! I’m so pumped to be a part of Nebraska football and thank you Coach Raiola and Coach Rhule for giving me this opportunity!”
I’m HOME!#commited #GBR 🌽 🏈 ☠️ #Huskers #24OURS @CoachMattRhule @DonovanRaiola @HuskersCJC @Omeezi_ @KLEINCAINFB @COACHJCLANCY #txhsfb #CO2024 pic.twitter.com/XaPt8Q89YI
— Gibson Pyle (@PyleGibson) April 1, 2023
Listed at 6-foot-4.5 and 285 pounds, Pyle is rated as a 3-star prospect and 52nd IOL recruit in the country for the 2024 recruiting class. He joins 4-star ATH Roger Gradney as Texas prospects committed to the Huskers in the cycle.