Sunday, September 6, 2015

2016 three-star dual threat QB prospect Terry Wilson flips commitment from Nebraska to Oregon.

He's Just Not That Into You


Nebraska head coach with Terry Wilson. Image via oregonlive.com.
This just in from the "He's Just Not That Into You" department: Nebraska has seen what had been a member of its 2016 recruiting class flip to Oregon. Oklahoma City, Ok. high school senior quarterback Terry Wilson, announced his decision to flip his commitment from the Cornhuskers to the Ducks on Sunday via Twitter.





247Sports grades Wilson as a three-star dual-threat quarterback. The recruiting website ranks Wilson at no. 20 among dual-threat QB prospects for 2016, at no. 6 among 2016 prospects from the state of Oklahoma, and at no. 700 among its composite rankings for 2016 prospects nationally.

Wilson attends Del City high school in Oklahoma City, Ok. He stands 6'2.5, and weighs 187 lbs.

The commitment of Wilson brings the number of prospects committed to Oregon's 2016 recruiting class to 13. Nebraska's 2016 recruiting class now drops to 14 members.
(via 247Sports)

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