Nebraska’s quarterback in the 2018 recruiting class will not be
Terry Wilson, who committed to Kentucky on Sunday.
The hiring of Scott Frost and Wilson’s open recruitment led many to believe the junior college signal caller would
wind up in Nebraska. Frost was the offensive coordinator at Oregon when Wilson flipped his commitment from the Huskers to
the Ducks during his first recruitment process two years ago. Then, Wilson transferred to Garden City (Kan.) Community College
for a season. With Frost now leading the Huskers, it
seemed like a perfect fit for Wilson.
That was not the case. After
reports earlier in the week stated Wilson canceled his official visit to Kentucky in favor of visiting Nebraska, it turned
out he went to Kentucky after all. The visit resulted in a commitment.