Huskers bring home a guard from the state of Ohio Thought we were done with commits?
Nope, not with this new and improved Nebrasketball team. They rain commits down upon us like it’s payday at the Watering Hole.
Fred Hoiberg decided get a guard this time and picked up the commit of three star Samari Curits. Samari is a 6’4” guard from Xenia, OH. He averaged a whopping 34 points, 7.3 rebounds, and 4.9 assists for the Xenia Pirates his senior year.
The Huskers beat out the likes of Cincinnati, Xavier, and Dayton for his services. He was originally committed to Cincinnati but decommitted on May 2nd. That was probably partially due to head coach Mick Cronin leaving to take the UCLA job.
So, Nebraska not only has a full roster of scholarship players, but now one too many. We have not heard from Isaiah Roby on his future with Nebraska but you will notice in the twitter pic that Samari is wearing Roby’s number.

committed♥️ pic.twitter.com/AT3GoAkqwX— Makaveli (@samari41_) May 15, 2019

Source: Corn Nation