Nebraska secured a second commitment on Monday by successfully flipping unranked South Dakota lineman Jason Maciejczak.
Maciejczak committed to North Dakota in July amid some interest from Nebraska. He’d come to Lincoln on two unofficial visits in 2022. The new Nebraska coaching staff offered him on Friday and tried to get him to Lincoln for an official visit. A snowstorm kept him in Pierre, South Dakota, so coaches met with the lineman via Zoom.
University of North Dakota, thank you! Can’t thank you guys enough for the relationships we’ve built and people we’ve met!With that being said I am extremely blessed for the opportunity play in the Big 10 and very excited to announce I am committing to the University of Nebraska! pic.twitter.com/kVt4Tf4Diu
— Maciejczak_64 (@Maciejczak6) December 19, 2022
The 6-foot-4, 320-pound offensive line prospect is the son of Chadron State All-America lineman Jared Maciejczak. He’s being brought in as an offensive line prospect but could switch to defense.
Maciejczak is the No. 18 commit in Nebraska’s 2023 recruiting class, 21st when accounting for transfer portal arrivals. Nebraska is now No. 50 in the composite recruiting rankings. He’s the second to commit on Monday, following Texas edge Princewill Umanmielen, and seventh in the past three days.