|High schoolBishop Dunne|
|Offer date||March 3, 2017|
|Commit date||April 15, 2017|
Marquez Beason committed to Nebraska on April 15, 2017, soon after attending the Huskers' spring game.
Beason made the trip with Daniels and Avery and was on the sidelines interacting with fans and other recruits before the game. That was his first visit to Lincoln.
Beason announced his commitment on Twitter, though he did say in his announcement that "My recruiting process will still be open to all colleges who are interested in me, but now I would like to verbally commit to (the) University of Nebraska."
Beason chose to join the Huskers' class a little more than a month after he received an offer on March 3. He's a versatile athlete that could potentially play wide receiver or defensive back on the next level.
At the time of his commitment, Beason is a four-star recruit, according to Scout and 247Sports. He's ranked as the nation's No. 133 overall prospect by 247Sports.
Beason was the first player to commit to Nebraska's 2019 recruiting class.
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