5 things to know about newest Nebraska football commit Jamin Graham

The Nebraska football team managed to haul in a brand new commit from Jamin Graham on Sunday morning.

The Nebraska football team added one to their 2019 recruiting class. Jamin Graham announced he had decided to play for the Huskers when he took a visit to the school this weekend. While this might not be a name Cornhuskers fans have heard much about before this weekend, it's clear he comes at a position of need for Scott Frost and the rest of the staff.


He's got versatility

Graham played outside linebacker in high school and he could certainly do the same for the Nebraska football team. It's also possible he could grow more into an already solid frame and player defensive line. The prospect has said he would be good with either one.


He picked the school because he believes he'll be pushed

It's refreshing to hear a player cite how much he thinks he's going to be pushed when talking about where he wants to play. The coaching staff has certainly wanted that to be the standard in Lincoln. It looks like the message is getting out.


He's known as a speed rusher

Graham has long known that he has one big talent that stands out for the Huskers. "“My speed is my strength, because most guys when they pass rush, they’re not as fast as me," he told 247Sports.


He was swiped out from under the southern schools

It shouldn't come as a real surprise that a recruit from Alabama had a ton of southern schools on him. While Auburn and Alabama hadn't offered yet, he did have offers from Ole Miss, Mississippi State and South Carolina in the SEC. In total he has 13 offers.


Huskers moved fast on this one

Graham said he got an in-home visit from Scott Frost last week. He visited Lincoln this weekend. Now he's planning on signing his LOI on December 19. He'll arrive here in the summer.

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