The University of Oregon just got a commitment from a 3-star all-purpose running back, however Nebraska still have a chance to show off their stuff.
Darrian Felix, a class of 2017 3-star running back and a Fort Myers, Fla., native, announced his commitment to Oregon on Twitter on Sunday. He chose the Ducks over Nebraska, as well as North Carolina and Tennessee. He also fielded other Big Ten offers from Rutgers and Indiana.
Ya Ma it's OREGON ‼️ #COMMITED#QUACK pic.twitter.com/tIhK2L3D5C
— Darrian Felix (@Dhat_6) January 8, 2017
Although Felix committed to Oregon, he still has two future visits scheduled with two schools: The University of Clemson and Nebraska on Jan. 13 and Jan. 20, respectively.
— Christopher Heady (@heady_chris) January 8, 2017
There’s no word on whether or not Felix will cancel his visit to Lincoln following his commitment to Oregon, or if he’ll still take his visit to Nebraska’s campus.
According to 247Sports, Felix is the seventh-best all purpose back in the nation, as well as the 78th-best prospect in the state of Florida. The Cornhuskers only have one running back commitment in their 2017 recruiting class, and Felix would’ve been a huge addition to their repertoire of incoming offensive recruits.