Needing help inside, Nebraska has landed power forward Jeriah Horne. The Kansas City 2016 prospect officially committed to Nebraska earlier this month and signed his National Letter of Intent on Wednesday.
The 2016 three-star prospect picked the Huskers over DePaul, but also had offers from Kansas State, Iowa State, Bradley, Tulsa, West Virginia, Wichita State, Minnesota, Clemson and Minnesota among others.
"Nebraska's focus on player development, solid academics, and challenging athletic environment," said Horne, when he responded to Big Red Report's text on the biggest reason why he committed.
Scout.com's Rob Harrington wrote in October why he liked the senior.
"Horne stands out primarily on the basis of his inside-out scoring ability. He stands 6-7, 205 pounds and thus doesn’t need to add too much more weight for college, as he’s already very solidly built with a substantial lower body frame," said Harrington.
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