Bryson Williams reaffirms Wisconsin commitment after Nebraska offer

Bryson Williams committed to Wisconsin in July, but once Nebraska hired Scott Frost, the Huskers came on strong as a contender for his services, throwing his Badgers commitment into question.

Nebraska’s new staff offered him on Dec. 3. On Thursday, Williams confirmed he’ll be sticking with Wisconsin.

“First things first, I wanna thank coach Frost, coach Ruud, and the whole Nebraska coaching staff for taking time to recruit me and talk with my family and me. I also wanna thank all of the Nebraska fans for showing me so much love, you guys are great. I have the upmost respect for that program and I do believe they will turn it around,” he wrote. “I’m a lot of things to a lot of people but something I want to be remembered for, is that I am a man of  my word. The relationship I have developed with Wisconsin’s coaching, academic advisors, and the class of 2018, has been incomparable. I am ready to start a new journey going forward and I’m going to work for everything I get… and it all starts on December 20th. Thank you.”

Williams will be signing his National Letter of Intent during next week’s early signing period.

Williams is the No. 62 defensive tackle recruit in the Class of 2018 and the No. 3 prospect in Nebraska, according to the 247Sports composite rankings.

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