4-Star WR Tyjon Lindsey Commits To Nebraska

    Wide receiver Tyjon Lindsey has committed to Nebraska. The Class of 2017 product had originally pledged to Ohio State.

    April 11, 2017

    Wide receiver Tyjon Lindsey has pledged to Nebraska. The Class of 2017 product had originally been slated to go to Ohio State.

    Just a few days after he decommitted from Ohio State, four-star wide receiver Tyjon Lindsey has forged a new path to his future.

    Lindsey announced via Twitter on Saturday that he will attend Nebraska.

    The Las Vegas prospect is the No. 6 wide receiver and No. 47 overall player in the country, and he originally committed to the Buckeyes last August along with five-star wide receiver Trevon Grimes. But he changed his mind this past Tuesday night, and now he intends to go to a different Big Ten school.

    Two of Lindsey’s Bishop Gorman High School teammates, five-star quarterback Tate Martell and four-star defensive tackle Haskell Garrett, are headed to Ohio State next season. Martell has already enrolled in school. So it was quite a surprise when he changed his mind earlier in the week.

    For the Cornhuskers, it’s a big “get” for Mike Riley and his staff, who already have commitments from four-star wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson and four-star quarterback Tristan Gebbia in this cycle. Lindsey is someone who can contribute immediately, adding instant speed to the Huskers’ offensive attack in 2017. The Huskers are expected to be a more pass-oriented team than Ohio State in ’17, so that may have played a big role in Lindsey’s decision.

    Note: Scout rankings, ratings and photos used in this article.

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