If you all were worried about the Nebraska basketball program falling apart at the seams, take a deep breath, step back from the ledge.
Tim Miles and Nebraska basketball have secured the committment of former Louisville shooting guard Anton Gill. The sophomore guard was a highly recurited, concensus Top 50 player coming out of high school. Gill saw little playing time coming off the Rick Pitino's bench, averaging only 2.5 points a game this past season but scored seven crucial points in the Cardinal's Sweet 16 win over NC State.
While he will have to sit out this season, Gill joins a growing list of standout transfers to join the Nebraska program since Miles took over. Terran Petteway and Walter Pitchford were instrumental to the sucess of the team's first NCAA Tournament run last season and Andrew White III came over from Kansas, himself a Top 50 recruit coming out of high school. Combined with one of the most heralded recruiting classes in school history, the uptick in percieved talent on this roster is striking.
Also joining the program is Johnny Trueblood. The former Elkhorn South standout will walk-on after leading the Storm to the State Title. The 6' 4" Trueblood is the all-time leading scorer with 1,213 points. He also holds the school record for points in a season (513) and a game (42).