Good News: Just In Nebraska Cornhuskers Confirm Another Commitment From Top Talented Star

Following up on their recent success in line recruitment, Nebraska on Wednesday received a commitment from two-way lineman Shawn Hammerbeck of Winner, South Dakota.

The 6-foot-6, 260-pound player chose the Huskers ahead of Texas Tech, Kansas State, and Minnesota in the final group.

The gifted lineman and I had a rather quick courtship. This spring, he was extended an offer, went on an unofficial tour, and then came back for an official visit in June.

Hammerbeck is currently being recruited by Nebraska as an offensive tackle, but once he is on campus, other schools will assess him as a possible defensive lineman.

Hammerbeck, a three-star prospect with an overall 247Sports rating of 88, is the top recruit in South Dakota’s 2025 class.
Changes in Husker commitments and goals in the rankings, as seen by the increase in Hammerbeck ratings

The most recent rankings currently have the Husker offensive lineman commit rated as a four-star.
There has been a lot of movement in the most recent Top247 rankings. This is particularly the case for Nebraska, as the Huskers’ numbers have changed in response to the newly revealed list, which includes numerous commits and targets.

This is the way it worked out:

Within the Top247 — Right now, three names stand out in the Top 247 when it comes to Nebraska recruiting. The first is significant because David Sanders Jr., the Huskers’ top target, returns at No. 3.

The Huskers are in the final group of four for the five-star recruit from North Carolina, who is regarded as the best non-quarterback in the class. They are putting a lot of effort into keeping him involved before he announces his decision on August 17.

Christian Jones, another Nebraska target, is seeing a slight shift in the rankings. The gifted defender’s overall rating dropped from 91 to 90, although he only dropped four ranks to No. 205 overall. It’s important to note that his general position on the Top247 remains unchanged. The names behind him remain the same from May.
Isaiah Mozee is another Nebraska target to watch out for. The wide receiver, who is committed to Oregon, has visited Kansas and Nebraska but has said very little since. Meanwhile, the Ducks are adding a lot of explosive wide receiving talent to their lineup. The Lee’s Summit North receiver, who was ranked 224 in May, is now only four spots lower at 228.

Nebraska’s new four-star The Huskers now have a new four-star in the class thanks to a four-star rating from the 247Sports evaluation team for Shawn Hammerbeck, the school’s most recent commitment.

People are hopeful the same transition can happen on the offensive side of the ball after the recent success of Nash Hutmacher, a similarly brilliant small town player from north of Nebraska, and Hammerbeck, a superb athlete from South Dakota, show that their ability extend beyond football.

But Hammerbeck did not move up to the Top247.
One star gone— Quarterback TJ Lateef’s ranking was decreased during the Elite 11 showcase due to his motion and uneven performance. As a result, the assessment team downgraded Lateef from a four-star rating to a three-star rating and took him out of the Top 247. His player rating is an impressive 89.


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