Nebraska’s football camp haul grew on Tuesday and led to a fourth commitment since camps ended.
Landen Davidson, a 6-foot-4, 315-pound offensive tackle from Broomfield, Colorado, committed to Nebraska a week after his offer based on his camp performance. Davidson showed his athleticism and range at that camp. He ran the 40 in 4.91 earlier this month at a camp in Tennessee. He also showed his strength as someone who benches 405 pounds, squats 535 and deadlifts 650. The 2024 lineman is projected to play tackle after moving between both tackle positions at Broomfield.
— Landen Davidson (@DavidsonLanden) June 20, 2023
Davidson gained offers from Kansas, Iowa State and Colorado State in January. The new staff at Colorado re-offered Davidson two days after he worked out in Lincoln and gained an offer from the Huskers. Davidson and his Broomfield teammates also competed in Nebraska-hosted team camps. He then returned to Lincoln for an official visit over the weekend and committed to Nebraska.
The Broomfield standout is scheduled to take an official visit to Colorado State next weekend.
The offensive lineman is the fourth commitment since official visits last weekend and fifth to come from Nebraska’s camp circuit. Iowa offensive lineman Jake Peters, Texas defensive back Braylen Prude, Kansas defensive back Callen Barta and punter Kamdyn Koch all received offers following camp performances. Overall, Davidson is the 14th member of Nebraska’s 2024 recruiting class.