Nebraska landed its first 2025 recruit on Friday as Mercy (Farmington Hills, Michigan) setter Campbell Flynn announced her commitment to the Huskers.
I am so beyond excited to announce my commitment to play volleyball at the University of Nebraska. Thank you to my family, friends, teammates and coaches who have helped me throughout my journey! So excited to be a part of the husker family! GO BIG RED🌽❤️🤍 pic.twitter.com/EKiw3ExF7w
— Campbell Flynn (@CampbellFlynn1) June 16, 2023
PrepVolleyball.com has Flynn ranked 13th nationally and second among setters. PrepDig.com has her at No. 5 overall and tops at her position. She plays for the same club program — Legacy — that produced current Husker freshman Harper Murray.
Flynn plays both setter and opposite hitter for Mercy. As a sophomore, she averaged 3.2 kills per set on a .348 hitting percentage, 6.2 assists per set and 2.5 digs per set with 105 aces as she led the Marlins to a 31-11 record and a state tournament appearance. She notched double-digit kills in seven of her last nine matches including a season-high 16 on .519 hitting. She notched three triple-doubles in her last five matches.
During her freshman season, Flynn averaged 2.2 kills (.280 hitting), 5.8 assists and 2.1 digs per set with 88 aces as Mercy went 24-10-1.
Flynn is the first setter to commit to Nebraska since current freshman Bergen Reilly as the 2024 class consists of an outside hitter, a middle blocker and a libero. Reilly and junior Kennedi Orr are he only setters on the current roster.
The contact period with 2025 recruits — those heading into their junior year of high school — for Division I coaches opened on Thursday. Last year, all three of Nebraska’s 2024 recruits announced their commitment within 10 days of the contact period opening.