Dillman chooses Nebraska

Nebraska started out the 2015 class quick with six commits in just about a months time. After a month without a commitment the Huskers got a big one when Denton (Texas) Guyer quarterback Kevin Dillman made his decision to be a Cornhusker.

Nebraska has landed commitment No. 7 today when Kevin Dillman announced via Twitter that he was a Husker. Dillman is a three-star prospect according to Scout.com and is listed as the No. 32 quarterback in the nation according to the latest rankings.

"Its with great honor to say that I have officially committed to the University of Nebraska," Dillman announced on Twitter.

Dillman was at La Mirada (Calif.) until he recently moved to Texas and he is now playing for Coach John Walsh at Denton (Texas) Guyer. Dillman of course is from Sweden and as a 13-year old played for the national team -- a team filled with 18 and 19-year olds.

Nebraska won out for Dillman who had a double-digit offer total including offers from schoosl such as Florida State, Clemson, Washington, Arizona and Arizona State among others. Dillman will be looked at to fill some big shoes at Guyer following Jerrod Heard who signed with Texas.

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