So much for a quiet Tuesday night, as the Nebraska Cornhuskers have landed the first of their two Quarterback targets.
Terry Wilson, a Dual-Threat Quarterback from Del City HS in Oklahoma City, committed to Nebraska on Tuesday evening.
Wilson, who is the 24th best DT QB in the '16 cycle, is the 10th best player in the state of Oklahoma this cycle.
Along with his Nebraska offer, Wilson has gotten offers from Arizona State, Colorado, San Diego State, Arkansas State, Indiana, and Texas Tech among other schools.
Wilson has shown the ability to not only throw first but has the ability to run the ball. With Patrick O'Brien still a target of Mike Riley and Danny Langsdorf, it will be interesting to see what effect this has with the O'Brien visit coming this weekend.
This makes verbal #5 for Nebraska, the second in about a 24 hour span. What else do the Huskers have planned? We will keep you updated.