Four-star wide receiver Tyjon Lindsey has formally committed to attend Nebraska and become a Cornhusker.
Greg Biggins of Scout was the first to report Lindsey's decision. "It really came down to where I felt I would be most comfortable, where I would develop the best and what school would prepare me the best for my ultimate goal, which is to play in the NFL. The Class of 2017 product had originally been slated to go to Ohio State".
There was talk that the Nebraska staff would be doing an in-home this weekend. There is a reported rift between he, and quarterback Tate Martell, his former Bishop Gorman teammate who is now enrolled at Ohio State, and Lindsey lashed out at the angry Buckeye fans who started blowing up his Twitter mentions after the decision. "I'm not saying Ohio State didn't but it was just a different feel with Nebraska".
Cleveland.com spoke with Lindsey in Las Vegas earlier this week, but Lindsey would not completely divulge why he decommitted.
A near five-star WR, who was at the top of the board for Ohio State, and he flips. Over the summer, outlet recruiting director Mike Farrell singled out Lindsey for his explosive nature, one which he makes work for him even despite his outwardly small stature.
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