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Nebrasketball: Huskers Pick Up Two Commits in Two Days

They’re both guards but should be major pieces to Nebrasketball’s future

NCAA Basketball: Nebraska at Minnesota
I want two!!!
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While the football teams withered away in Ann Arbor this weekend the men’s basketball squad picked up two recruits in under two days. On Saturday Mika Adams-Woods pledged his commitment to the 2019 class and on Sunday Jervay Green did the same.

Mika Adams-Woods is a 6’2” combo guard from Syracuse, NY. He is a three star recruit with offers from the likes of George Mason, George Washington, and Georgia Tech. Mika averaged 9.2 points, 2.3 rebounds, and 2.8 assists per game his junior year.

If you thought that this would be the only guard Nebraska was taking then you were mistaken. Current Western Nebraska Community College player Jervey Green announced on Sunday that he would also be transferring to Lincoln and will also be apart of the 2019 class. The 6’3” Green had offers from Arizona State, Wichita State, and Iowa State.

He averaged 14 points, 5 rebounds, and 3.17 assists per game last season for the Cougars. The fact that he shot 50% from the floor should not be ignored either.

I will say this, neither can play offensive line. My apologies folks.

The Huskers have two spots left in the 2019 class.