Last month, the Nebraska Cornhuskers put out a key offer in the 2021 recruiting cycle. Fred Hoiberg and his new staff decided to offer 2021 prospect Brandin Podziemski.
2021 St. John's Northwestern (WI) G Brandin Podziemski has received an offer from Nebraska. @brandinpodziem2 https://t.co/ZHuIU9Cz5o https://t.co/VIlPBFpj5y— Verbal Commits (@VerbalCommits) January 6, 2021
Podziemski comes out of Delafield, Wisconsin and is rated as a four-star prospect and the third-best player in the state by 247Sports. The recruiting site also lists him at 6-foot-5 and 195 pounds. Along with Nebraska, he also currently has offers from Arizona State, Boise State, DePaul, Illinois, Kansas, and Kentucky among others.
Nebraska currently has three commitments in its 2021 recruiting class, including two top 100 prospects and an exciting JUCO prospect. And with so many open roster spots in the years to come and a high-profile coach like Fred Hoiberg, Nebraska could really put together a decent 2021 class moving forward. We will have to see if the Huskers can close the deal. Of course, it’s still early, so we’ll see what happens.