Carlos and Khalil are N!

The 2015 class for Nebraska is coming together quickly and as a very solid one. This weekend Nebraska added both Carlos and Khalil Davis to their commitment list bringing it to six known commitments already.

Carlos Davis and twin brother Khalil Davis from Blue Springs (Mo.) were headed to Nebraska this weekend for an unofficial visit. There were some thoughts that this might be the weekend that both committed to the Huskers.

"They both committed; that is true," said Carlos and Khalil Davis' mom. "They both knew where they wanted to go. They have seen all of the other schools and they knew that they wanted to come to Nebraska."

Their uncle played for Nebraska and Khalil following junior day at Nebraska on February 1 said that Nebraska was the solid leader. This weekend was more about getting some last information, pulling the trigger and checking out a Nebraska basketball game.

"We really just wanted to get back one more time for the last basketball game that we could get to. We wanted to talk with the academic people once again and they wanted to commit."

The visit was continuing for Carlos and Khalil as Nebraska basketball team was getting ready to take the floor. will catch up with both of the newest Huskers later this week.

Carlos Davis is rated the No. 14 defensive tackle as well as a four-star recruit in the class of 2015. The junior had offers from Arizona State, Kansas, Kansas State, and Missouri.

While not quite as highly rated as Carlos, Kahlil had the same offer list and is currently rated the nation's No. 29 defensive tackle.

"Missouri offered them before anyone else," said Greg Powers, national recruiting analyst. "Considering they just played in the SEC championship game and are in their backyard, it really tells of the tradition and success the Nebraska defense has."

With the Davis twins, Nebraska now has six commitments in the class and are No. 9 in the team rankings for the 2015 class. Five of the six commits are in Nebraska's 500-mile radius.

The Davis' twins uncle, Lorenzo Hicks, is a former Nebraska Cornhusker.

*** Greg Powers and Josh Harvey contributed to this report. ***

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