LINCOLN, Neb. — Nebraska added a key piece to its 2018 class on Tuesday night with the commitment of Mario Goodrich.
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— Él Río (@_MG3__) May 23, 2017
Goodrich is the No. 11 athlete in the 2018 class and No. 6 player from Missouri.
From Lee’s Summit, Mo., Goodrich visited Nebraska for the spring game on April 15. He also unofficially visited Nebraska last November.
Goodrich was recruited by cornerbacks coach Donte Williams. He chose Nebraska over offers from the likes of Iowa, Iowa State, Kansas State and Oklahoma.
Goodrich joins 4-star cornerback Brendan Radley-Hiles and 4-star athlete Chase Williams as defensive backs in Nebraska’s 2018 class.
Nebraska now has 11 verbal commitments in the 2018 class. Coach Mike Riley has said the 2018 class will likely be around 15 total recruits and could be finished by July 1.
Nebraska’s 2018 class now includes Goodrich, 4-star corner Brendan Radley-Hiles, 4-star TE Cameron Jurgens, 4-star WR Eric Fuller, 4-star WR Manuel Allen, 4-star ATH Chase Williams, 3-star WR Cameron Brown, 3-star WDE Tate Wildeman, 3-star DT Masry Mapieu, 3-star C Will Farniok and kicker Barret Pickering.