|Offer date||Nov. 21, 2017|
|Commit date||Nov. 24, 2017|
Garrett Snodgrass committed to Nebraska on Nov. 24, 2017, three days after he received his scholarship offer.
Snodgrass met with Nebraska coach Mike Riley at midfield about thirty minutes before kickoff against Iowa and informed him of his decision to commit.
Snodgrass chose Nebraska over offers from South Dakota State and South Dakota. The 6-foot-3, 217-pound junior also had strong interest from Minnesota and Iowa State.
Snodgrass rushed for 209 yards and two touchdowns on 26 carries in the Class B state championship game on Monday night. It was the first football title in York history.
Snodgrass plays multiple positions for York. That was evident in the 31-0 win over Omaha Skutt. Not only did he have over 200 yards rushing, he had five tackles, one sack and three pass breakups from his linebacker position.
He had taken game-day visits this season to Nebraska, Minnesota, Iowa State and South Dakota. Last summer he camped at Nebraska, Duke, South Dakota and North Dakota State. Wyoming and Central Florida had expressed interest as well.
Snodgrass becane the second player committed to Nebraska's 2019 class, joining Scottsbluff's Garrett Nelson.
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