The Polar Bear is going fishing after he announced on June 29 he’d become one of the biggest catches in Nebraska football’s 2020 recruiting class.
Chamberlain (S.D.) defensive tackle Nash Hutmacher – one of NU’s top recruiting targets for months – selected the Huskers over Wisconsin and Oregon. The 6-foot-4, 305-pounder is also a champion wrestler who could compete and excel at the collegiate level. But football will be his sport, and Nebraska will be the spot where he plays it.
The Huskers won out, Hutmacher said, because of the coaches: Scott Frost, defensive coordinator Erik Chinander, defensive line coach Tony Tuioti and running backs coach Ryan Held.
“They know how to have fun but they also know when it’s time to get down to business,” said Hutmacher, who is a three-star prospect according to the 247Sports composite.
He becomes the sixth commit for NU’s 2020 class.
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