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Recruiting: Quarterback Terry Wilson Flips His Verbal From Nebraska To Oregon

It was just a matter of time.

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This was probably a long time coming for the Nebraska Cornhuskers.

Terry Wilson, the Dual Threat Quarterback out of Del City HS in Oklahoma City, flipped his verbal from Nebraska to the Oregon Ducks on Sunday morning.

Wilson, who committed back on May the 5th to Nebraska, had had a pretty open love affair with the Ducks and Current Offensive Coordinator (and former Nebraska QB) Scott Frost.

Wilson spent his weekend up in Eugene, where he saw the Ducks defeat Eastern Washington 62-41. In that game, he saw Senior transfer Vernon Adams Jr. go for 246 yards passing on a 76% completion clip.

This had been coming for the Huskers, and it will hurt the fact that Nebraska could use both Wilson and Patrick O'Brien in this class. However, O'Brien is still committed to enrolling early in Lincoln, and the Huskers have their top target in '17 QB Tristan Gebbia, who is part of the Keyshawn Johnson group from Calabasis HS.

Wish the man well as he heads North.