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100% COMMITTED ⚪️ #GBR pic.twitter.com/UXCdMPKEZP— Michael Lynn (@MichaelLynn77) August 6, 2018

Michael Lynn, 6-7 300lb three star offensive tackle, has committed to the Cornhuskers! A product of Cherry Creek, a school in Englewood (Denver suburb), Lynn had offers from several westerns programs such Arizona, Arizona State, Utah, UCLA, and Okie State. Washington State and UCLA had been making headway until he made an unofficial visit to Lincoln in early June. The quality of the visit changed his whole commitment timeline. The attention by the Husker staff combined with some timely peer recruiting by quarterback commit Luke McCaffrey sealed the deal.

Lynn’s highlights are a joy to watch. First of all, he plays with an edge. He doesn’t give up on a play until his defender is on the ground. Like, even on a pass play. He keeps his elbows in and uses his hands well to stand up the defenders and put them on their heels. He also keeps his feet under him and moving. He was utilized to pull or kick out on a few plays, and did so well. His frame is proportioned well, there’s no bad weight here for Coach Duval to have to remove. As a true offensive tackle, he fills a vital position of need for the Huskers. I’m all in on Lynn!

Good news during camp!! #GBR pic.twitter.com/NUedTmluIy— Gerrod Lambrecht (@GerrodLambrecht) August 6, 2018

Boom! Pancakes coming! #GBR #DaybyDay pic.twitter.com/0rhpGD0re9— Erik Chinander (@CoachChinander) August 6, 2018

Lynn is the 15th commit for the 2019 Husker recruiting class. His commitment moves the ranking to 26, 7th in B1G. The class is about to overtake Purdue and Minnesota with it’s next commit. The Frost Effect is still in effect! Welcome to the Husker family, Michael! GBR!

Source: Corn Nation