Nebraska has found its Class of 2017 running back.
Jaylin Bradley, a senior at Bellevue (Neb.) West High, announced via Twitter on Thursday night that he has committed to play for the Cornhuskers.
— ⭐️MR. PRESIDENT⭐️ (@BradleyJaylin) January 6, 2017
Bradley also had interest from South Dakota, South Dakota State and Central Florida, according to 247 Sports, which rates Bradley as a 2-star recruit and the No. 12 player in the state of Nebraska.
Bradley is the 15th commit and first running back in the Cornhuskers’ 2017 recruiting class, which is ranked 30th nationally and sixth in the Big Ten.