After starting his relationship with Nebraska over two years ago, All-American offensive tackle Matt Farniok is officially a Nebraska Cornhusker.
“It’s awesome to finally be able to relax and just have it over,” said Farniok. “It feels like it went so quickly. It passed really fast.”
Farniok, who committed to the Huskers late last week, talked about his decision to commit.
“The biggest thing was how they treat their student athletes there,” said Farnoik. “I was able to get a long with everybody football wise and coaching wise. It was almost impossible to say no to them.”
It was a big Wednesday for Nebraska in the offensive trenches, landing three All-Amreicans and another four-star prospect in Bryan Brokop.
“It’s going to be a fun time,” said Farniok. “Even this year you could see the offensive line get so much better. It’s going to be fun to not only play with those guys that are already on the team, but who are signing as well.
“I need to get faster and work on staying low. Those are the biggest things I need to work on before I get to Nebraska.”
Farnoik is still trying to figure out who he will room with, but said all the offensive lineman are working on staying together. He reports a strong relationship with four-star guard John Raridon.