Huskers land Louisville transfer Anton Gill

Nebraska has landed former four-star prospect and Louisville transfer Anton Gill.

After hosting him nearly two weeks ago, Nebraska has landed Louisville sophomore guard Anton Gill. The guard will have two years to play starting in 2016-17.

Gill confirmed the news in a text message to Scout.com.

"I formed a good relationship with Coach Miles and am confident that I can be great there," said Gill.

The former Scout.com four-star prospect averaged 9.4 minutes a game this season for the Cardinals. He also considered Georgetown and East Carolina.

In a previous interview with Big Red Report, Gill said Nebraska's facilities were some of the best he's seen during his recruitment process and the Huskers coaching staff's track record with Division 1 transfers was a huge factor.

“Everybody saw what they did with (Terran) Petteway," said Gill. "Coach Miles and I really talked about how I would come in and be a big part of the team. That’s what every player wants.”

Coming out of high school in the class of 2013, Gill was a four-star prospect on Scout.com and the nation's No. 48 overall player. He averaged 18.1 points, 6.3 rebounds, and 3.1 assists a game, leading Ravenscroft high school to a 31-4 record and a Class 3A North Carolina State Championship.

At Hargrove Military Academy after high school, Gill averaged 28.2 points per game and 5.3 rebounds.

Anton Gill report from the end of April


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