Late last month, the Nebraska Cornhuskers got some exciting news as the program learned that JUCO guard Keisei Tominaga would be committing to the program. The exciting development came as the Huskers hope to make progress with new head coach Fred Hoiberg moving forward.
Nebraska basketball landed a Thanksgiving Day commitment, via @EvanDaniels https://t.co/zM7yXIRHO9— Nebraska Cornhuskers on 247Sports (@Nebraska247) November 28, 2019
Tominaga is listed as 6-foot-1 by Verbal Commits and originally comes out of Moriyama Ku, Japan. He played at Ranger College and Texas at the JUCO level. He is generally well regarded as a three-point shooter and will join Nebraska’s 2021 recruiting class.
While Tominaga is just the first commit in Nebraska’s 2021 class, fans can expect some big things to come for Hoiberg and his staff on the recruiting trail. He’s done a great job of finding under the radar players in the past. We’ll have to wait and see if Tominaga is the latest player in that category.