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Riley says Huskers hit their marks in 20-man recruit class

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) Nebraska coach Mike Riley said the Cornhuskers hit their marks in signing three wide receivers and four offensive linemen in their 20-man class Wednesday. The Cornhuskers landed five players rated as four-star recruits by, and three of them already are on campus as January enrollees. The Huskers also signed four defensive linemen after a strong finish. Defensive end Guy Thomas of Miami gave a verbal commitment to Nebraska long ago, but the coaches weren’t certain until mid-afternoon Wednesday whether he would sign. Other things to know: Top 25 Class: Yes. Best in class: WR Tyjon Lindsey out of Bishop Gorman High in Las Vegas. Riley and receivers coach Keith Williams earned a big victory by getting the four-star to de-commit from Ohio State in mid-January. Lindsey’s combination of speed and strength make him a great fit for Riley’s offense, and he also could be a factor in the return game. Best of the rest: QB Tristan Gebbia of Calabasas, California. The all-time leadin

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