Nebraska offers 2024 in-state OT

A 2024 in-state OT has received an offer from the Nebraska Cornhuskers

2024 offensive tackle recruit Caleb Pyfrom has received an offer from the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Pyfrom shared the news on Twitter.

“After a great conversation with coach Joseph I am excited to announce that i have received an offer from the University of Nebraska #GBR,” Pyfrom tweeted.

In addition, Pyfrom is expected to visit Nebraska this weekend, according to The Omaha World-Herald’s Sam McKewon.

247 Sports lists Nebraska as Pyfrom’s only offer, thus far.

Pyfrom attends Central High School in Omaha, NE. He is listed at 6’5″ and 300 pounds.

Nebraska is still looking to land their first commit in the 2024 class. On3’s Recruiting Prediction Machine currently gives the Cornhuskers a 100 percent chance to land Pyfrom.

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Highlights: New 2023 Georgia commit Tyler Williams

Highlights of UGA’s newest commit WR Tyler Williams

Georgia football recruiting got a big win in the state of Florida on Tuesday night with the commitment of four-star receiver Tyler Williams.

Super 16 Lakeland High School football – Tyler Williams in Lakeland Fl. Monday July 25, 2022. Ernst Peters /The Ledger

Williams (6-foot-3, 180 pounds) out of Lakeland High School (Fla.) is rated as the No. 20 receiver, the No. 40 player in the state and the No. 182 recruit overall in the 2023 class, per 247Sports. 

Here’s a look at Williams’ career highlights:

William’s length and speed stand out on tape.

The Bulldogs currently have the nation’s No. 2 overall class in the 2023 cycle behind Alabama.

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Iowa State WR commit expected to visit Nebraska this weekend

A Iowa State WR commit is expected to visit Nebraska this weekend

The Nebraska Cornhuskers have been active on the recruiting trail, and their efforts may soon pay off.

According to The Omaha World-Herald’s Sam McKewon, 2023 wide receiver Beni Ngoyi is expected to visit the Cornhuskers this weekend. This is surprising news. Ngoyi committed to Iowa State in July.

Ngoyi is a local prospect. He attends Lincoln High School. 247 Sports ranks Ngoyi as the fifth-best prospect in the state of Nebraska.

Ngoyi has received 13 offers. He previously took visits to Iowa State and Washington. Interim head coach Mickey Joseph is listed as Ngoyi’s primary recruiter.

Ngoyi is the second prospect, who is committed to another school, expected to visit Nebraska this weekend. Tulane running back commit Arnold Barnes III is also taking an official visit.

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Nebraska offers top-five QB in 2025 class

The Nebraska Cornhuskers have offered QB Cutter Boley

The Nebraska Cornhuskers have offered quarterback Cutter Boley.

247 Sports ranks Boley as the fourth-best quarterback in the 2025 class. They also rank him as the top recruit in the state of Kentucky.

Boley stands at 6’5″ and weighs 203 pounds. He currently attends Lexington Christian Academy in Lexington, KY.

In 2021, he completed 83 out of 165 pass attempts for 1,391 yards and 11 touchdowns. He also rushed for 245 yards and six touchdowns.

Boley has garnered a lot of interest receiving offers from Alabama, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi State, Missouri, Ole Miss, Pittsburgh, Tennessee, Virginia Tech, West Virginia, Kansas, and Eastern Kentucky.

Nebraska has not landed a recruit in the 2025 class, yet.

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Texas commit Cedric Baxter Jr. has another dominant game

Longhorns fans should love seeing this!

Texas has one of the top recruiting classes of 2023. Quarterback Arch Manning will get most of the attention over the coming months as he closes out his high school career, but he won’t be the only superstar in the Longhorns’ backfield.

Edgewater (Fla.) running back Cedric Baxter Jr. is ranked the No. 2 RB in the country, and he committed to Texas on August 10. Since then, he’s had several dominant performances showcasing his awesome potential. On Friday, he had another in a 28-19 victory, posting over 200 rushing yards and scoring three touchdowns. Baxter shared one of his best runs on Twitter:

He has totaled over 1,000 rushing yards in just five games this season.

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Texas CB commit Malik Muhammad to visit two SEC schools

Muhammad is still being pursued hard by Nick Saban and Jimbo Fisher.

Texas cornerback commit Malik Muhammad has not totally shut down his recruitment. The four-star is set to take official visits to both Alabama and Texas A&M this fall.

Muhammad is still being pursued hard by Nick Saban and Jimbo Fisher despite his commitment to Texas in July. He will take the trip to Tuscaloosa on Oct. 22 and follow that up with a College Station visit on Oct. 29.

247Sports Composite rankings list Muhammad as the No. 5 cornerback in the nation and the No. 7 prospect in the state of Texas. He is an elite athlete with the versatility to play all over the secondary at the next level.

Steve Sarkisian and his Texas staff are going to have to fight to keep the South Oak Cliff product in its 2023 recruiting class. Keeping Muhammad in the fold is a major priority for Texas’ program.

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Flock of highly-rated recruits coming to Eugene for Oregon vs. Stanford game

The atmosphere inside Autzen will be electric on Saturday. The Ducks are hosting some highly-rated recruits to show them what Oregon is all about.

While the matchup on the field may be a little bit lopsided this weekend between the Oregon Ducks and Stanford Cardinal, the atmosphere inside Autzen Stadium is expected to be electric.

With the kick-off for this rivalry not taking place until 8 p.m., the Pac-12 After Dark vibe will be alive and well, and Autzen is going to be rocking.

To take advantage of this atmosphere, Dan Lanning and the Ducks will be hosting a number of big-time recruits on both official and unofficial visits for the weekend to show them what Oregon is all about. In a storied rivalry for the Ducks, recruits will get a good feeling for how passionate both the team and the Oregon fanbase can be.

So who will be in Eugene on visits? Here’s an updated list of who we have confirmed thus far:

Four-star point guard lists LSU in his top-six

The Tigers have made an impression on one of the top prospects in 2024.

[autotag]John Mobley Jr.[/autotag] is a 2024 four-star, 6-foot, 150-pound point guard from Las Vegas where he plays for Bishop Gorman High School. On Tuesday, he released a top six that included the Tigers

Mobley currently has no Crystal Ball projections per 247, but Creighton and Ohio State lead the way according to On3. LSU basketball coach [autotag]Matt McMahon[/autotag] currently doesn’t have any commitments for the 2024 class and only has one for the 2023 class.

Mobley was offered by LSU on July 14, and the new head coach has been hard at work trying to get him to take his talents to the Bayou. He will for sure be a guy to watch for the next two seasons before he finally signs his letter of intent to play at the next level.

Official practice for the 2022 basketball season started Sept. 28 as the Tigers get ready to take on Kansas City on Wednesday, Nov. 9.

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5-star DL David Hicks picks Texas A&M over Oklahoma

David Hicks, five-star DL recruit commits to Texas A&M over Oklahoma.

David Hicks was expected to commit to Oklahoma, but at the last minute, he changed course and picked Texas A&M. Hicks announced the news yesterday in a ceremony at his high school – Paetow (Texas). Apparently, it came down to the wire, and a late conversation with the coaching staff swung Hicks’ decision.

Hicks (6-foot-4, 270 pounds) was the best defensive lineman in his recruiting class who had yet to commit. According to 247Sports, he is ranked as the top DL in the country and No. 12 overall in the class of 2023.

Hicks says his relationship with Texas A&M defensive line coach Elijah Robinson was a major factor in his decision, per Rivals.

“Me and Coach E are really close, I always went back and visited on June 1 as soon as the dead period was over. Me and him have a really good relationship, it’s like an uncle and nephew… It was really important because I’m really big on relationships. I’ve been tight with them since eighth grade so they’ve seen me develop into the player that I am now.”

A three-sport athlete, Hicks has incredible power for his age and a rare ability to line up at multiple spots along the defensive line and make an impact.

The Aggies now have 12 commitments total for this class. Hicks is the second five-star recruit – the other being Ryan (Texas) linebacker Anthony Hill. He was one of several players who were thrilled to learn the news and shared a word of welcome on social media.

Overall, Texas A&M is ranked No. 18 in this recruiting class.

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5-star USC target is ready to go for Los Alamitos after agonizing delay

T.A. Cunningham, the subject of a major report in The Athletic earlier in September, will finally get to play high school football in the state of California.

Class of 2024 USC target T.A. Cunningham is one of the top junior recruits in California and the nation.

Cunningham moved to California from Georgia in the summer, but he waited weeks to have his transfer approved by the Southern Section. Four games into the season, his high school, Los Alamitos, was informed that Cunningham was deemed ineligible.

The five-star recruit has yet to play a down in California, but that’s about to change. The CIF Southern Section took action on Monday and cleared his transfer from Johns Creek (Georgia) to Los Alamitos (California). This was a moment and a decision many people had waited for, Cunningham most of all. After having to deal with the wrenching scenario of watching his teammates play and not being able to help them on the field in a helmet and pads, Cunningham will finally be able to get in the game. Physically fresh and rested, Cunningham is in position to make a very significant impact on the season for Los Alamitos.

T.A. Cunningham had 66 tackles (22 for loss) and seven sacks as a sophomore last season playing for Johns Creek (Georgia).

The USC target is a 6-6, 275-pound defensive lineman who is ranked 19th nationally and is the No. 1 overall recruit at his projected position, defensive end.

Cunningham will play alongside two top USC commits, Malachi Nelson and Makai Lemon, who are expected to be USC Trojans in December.

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