Nebraska has landed four-star wide receiver Jaevon McQuitty from Battle high school in Missouri. McQuitty is the second pledge in the 2017 class this week for the Huskers.
The nation's No. 239 overall player picked Nebraska over offers from schools like: Iowa, Michigan, Missouri and Minnesota.
"McQuitty projects to be a possession-type wideout at the next level," said Scout.com national recruiting analyst Greg Powers. "What makes him one of the best in the nation is his reliability. He creates separation and is open with a high level of consistently. He has great hands, and high-points the football at an extremely high level. He also is tremendous in traffic. He's limited by his lack of top-end speed, preventing him from doing too much damage after the catch."
The junior is currently headed to Nebraska's junior day. Scout.com will catch up with him later this evening.