A talented 2019 linebacker who was heavily considering committing to Nebraska has instead chosen to play college football at TCU.
Monday afternoon, three-star linebacker Dylan Jordan announced via Twitter that he was committed to TCU. He had nine total offers during his recruitment and was considering Nebraska late in his decision.
“I’m extremely excited to announce that I’ll be committing to Texas Christian University!” Jordan said via Twitter. “Please respect my decision…Extremely excited to get to work!”
— DJ3️⃣ (@thedylanjordan_) January 28, 2019
Jordan is ranked as the No. 5 player out of Kansas and is pegged as the No. 33 linebacker of the 2019 class. Though he had nine offers, Nebraska was the only B1G offer for Jordan.
Jordan recently made a visit to Lincoln on Jan. 25.
Nebraska currently owns the No. 19 recruiting class of 2019, and ranks No. 4 in the B1G. The Huskers currently have 26 prospects committed in the class, with 25 of those players already either enrolled or have signed their National Letter of Intent.