On Monday, the Nebraska Cornhuskers got a commitment from three-star defensive end Sedrick King.
“I wanted to explore my other options and see what else was out there for me,” King told Josh Harvey of Scout.com. “Nebraska has been on me since last spring. They really came into the picture though really hard in the last couple of months. I started to establish a good relationship with them and it made me want to take a visit to see what I was missing.”
The 6’3.5, 209-pound King attends Plant City High School in Plant City, Florida.
“I play the seven or the six techniques as the defensive end, but really I can play any of the defensive end spots,” said King. “I’m a relentless pass rusher that loves to get after the quarterback.”
King originally committed to Central Florida back in June, but changed his mind after officially visiting Nebraska last weekend.
King, who is considered the country’s 65st best defensive end prospect according to 24/7 Sports’ composite rankings, was also interested in Florida International and Florida Atlantic, among others.