Nebraska secured another cornerstone of its in-state success with another pledge in its 2025 recruiting class.
Omaha North defensive lineman Tyson Terry announced his commitment to Nebraska on Friday, increasing the Huskers’ 2025 class to two in-state members. Millard North safety Caden VerMaas committed in March, giving Nebraska its first pledge of the class.
— Tyson Terry🦍 (@tyson_terryyy) June 9, 2023
Terry, a 3-star lineman, is the first heavyweight wrestler to win the Nebraska Class A state title as a freshman. No freshman did that in any class since 1971. Nebraska first offered Terry a scholarship after his freshman season at North. The new coaching staff honored that offer.
The standout lineman has already been to Nebraska several times, including twice in April. Nebraska defensive coordinator Tony White visited the Terry family back in January.
In 22 games, Terry has 139 total tackles (37 solo, 102 assisted). That includes 9.0 sacks.
Nebraska is one of four Big Ten schools with commits in the 2025 class. The Huskers now join Michigan with two pledges in that class.