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Myles Farmer is N’!: Nebraska Won’t Have To Go Without a Farmer After All

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Nebraska receives it’s 21st commitment for the 2019 class

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Senior offensive lineman Tanner Farmer will have exhausted his eligibility after this season. Reports around the program indicate that Tanner held on as long as he could. He knew how important it would be to have a “Farmer” around the program.

Well finally Tanner can rest easy at night as Scott Frost and his coaching staff received their most recent commitment on Sunday night after the big win against Michigan State.

Myles Farmer is a 3-star recruit out of Westlake, Georgia. You’d think the cold would have scared him off, but he must have been impressed with the play of the defense against Michigan State.

Hopefully nobody tells him that the Michigan State offense was struggling as of late.

Miles had other offers from Minnesota, Louisville, Memphis, NC State, Ole MIss, Virginia Tech and Central Florida among others.

He is 6’3” 194 pounds and is a defensive back. Appears to be a part of a long trend of defensive backs who are 6’2”ish give or take a couple inches. While the staff believes speed is a main factor, they know that Zach Duvall cannot make them grow taller.

Exhibit A, Javin Wright who is one of their recent defensive back commitments. Wright is 6’3”.

Because of Farmer’s length and athleticism he could play at any number of positions which also appears to be something this staff covets.

This is the fourth commitment in the 2019 class out of the state of Georgia.

Well Myles Farmer...Welcome to Nebraska!