Nebraska has landed three-star wide receiver Derrion Grim. The former Boise State verbal decommitted from the Broncos on Monday, after visiting Lincoln over the weekend.
"The academics are the number one in the nation," said Grim, pointing to the academics All-Americans Nebraska has had in football. "It's better than Stanford and Northwestern.
"The second reason I committed is the offense. I have been watching the pro-style offense for years with Mike Riley at Oregon State. That's the offense I forsee myself playing in at the next level.
"Third, Coach Williams is one of the best wide receiver coaches in the country. He can get me to my full potential. He can get me to where I want to go."
Through Grim's first three games in 2015, the Cali product has recorded 33 catches for over 700 yards and 13 total touchdowns. His play in week one earned him a Nebraska offer.
"Throughout the whole off-season, I worked on my route running, my footwork, and pretty much my leg strength. I did a lot of squats. Coach Williams also told me I was getting tackled too much, so I decided to work on people not tackling me."
Grim was asked if his recruitment is over or if there was any school that could jump in on the senior as his strong play continues.
"Nebraska is for me it. If any coach tries to talk to me, I'm just going to tell them I'm done. My recruiting process is over. I'm just waiting until National Signing Day to sign," said Williams.
Big Red Report will have more on Grim's recruitment later tonight.