The Nebraska football coaching staff has long shown they are willing to do whatever it takes to bring in their top recruits. Now it appears they will not only promise whatever they can, they follow through on those promises. This was most recently demonstrated by a tweet from wide receiver commit Joshua Moore. Moore tweeted out on Monday night that he is going to officially play football and run track at Nebraska.

Early in the recruiting of Moore, it became obvious that getting a chance to run track was important to him. He sent out quite the message a few months ago when LSU offered him a track scholarship on top of a football scholarship.

The Nebraska football team followed suit shortly thereafter. While it's unlikely the ability to run track was the deciding factor for Moore, it's clear it is an added bonus.

Nebraska football wants to keep receiver recruits happy

The Nebraska football team would no doubt, have honored its pledge to let Moore run track no matter what, but the team also knows it needs to keep as many of its receiver recruits as it can. If there is one position that has had the most trouble staying healthy this camp, it is indeed the receiver corps. Depth has become an issue and has underlined just how badly the Huskers need to have lots of bodies, both this year and in the years to come at that position.

Moore was most recently joined by Cameron Brown, who has the ability to shine at track himself. So far, Brown hasn't made any kind of announcement that he will also be running track, but one has to wonder if that isn't just a matter of time now. The real question here is how many recruits does the Cornhusker Football Team want to have to share with other sports.

When it comes to having to weather injuries, playing two sports seems like a way to see players go down a bit faster. It's a safe bet Moore had an agreement with the coaching staff before he committed. It's also a safe bet Brown doesn't have the same arrangement.

Josh Moore looks like a solid Nebraska football commit

Shortly after Moore announced he had picked the Huskers, there was some talk he might still be looking to join his brother on Texas A&M. There had also been some talk that he might take some other visits. While the receiver had said those rumors were just talk, some Cornhusker fans began to get a bit nervous. The announcement that he's worked out how to play for the Nebraska football team, as well as run track for the Huskers, appears to once again cement his commitment.