It’s not just raining football recruits in Nebraska, we also have one for Fred Hoiberg’s squad.
When one door closes ..another door opens. I wanna thank @CoachHoiberg @mabde33 for trusting in me & what I can do & wanting me to be part of the @HuskerHoops family. I know what that N stand for in this state, I swear to rep & leave my heart out there for y’all! #COMMITED #GBR pic.twitter.com/3QNZx7jltt— Teddy - TMC (@JussHoopTeddy) December 17, 2019
Former Boys Town and Current Western Nebraska Community College star Teddy Allen has committed to Nebraska’s 2020 recruiting class. Teddy is a 6’5” 200 lb guard. He is currently a sophomore at WNCC and is averaging 32 points, 1.9 sssists and 7.2 rebounds per game for the Cougars. This while shooting 54% from the floor and a very nice 42% from beyond the arch. He’s a scorer and that’s what Fred likes to see on the court.
He graduated from Boys Town in 2017 where he was the Nebraska Gatorade Player of the Year. Originally, he played his freshman year at West Virginia. After appearing in 35 games and averaging 7 points per game he transferred to Wichita State. There he sat out due to NCAA transfer rules for the 2018-19 season. His days there were cut short there as he was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence along with criminal damage and theft on June 13th, 2019.
Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall dismissed him from the team after the incident and Allen found himself where he is now in Scottsbluff, Nebraska.
The Huskers will have one more spot in the recruiting class to fill for 2020.