Nebraska basketball has had its best season in some time, as the Cornhuskers won 13 Big Ten games and are hoping to be on the right side of the bubble come Selection Sunday.
Regardless of whether the Cornhuskers make the NCAA Tournament, the team has caught attention from recruits across the country. On Saturday, Karrington Davis — a St. Louis native and a 6-foot-6 wing from Montverde Academy in Florida — announced his commitment to the Huskers.
Davis is considered a 3-star prospect in the Class of 2018 by Rivals.
Congratulations to senior forward Karrington Davis. He has announced his commitment to the University of Nebraska. pic.twitter.com/PyNcPSHFtY
— Montverde Basketball (@MVABasketball) March 10, 2018
Davis is the third 3-star prospect in the Huskers’ 2018 class, joining 6-3 guard Xavier Johnson and 6-10 center Brady Heiman.
Nebraska had the No. 13 class in the Big Ten for 2018 according to 247Sports prior to Davis’ commitment. He took an official visit to Nebraska on Feb. 24.