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Nebraska Football: Quinn Clark another speedy get for WR room



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Nebraska Football continued their torrid pace on the recruiting trail, as they landed a commitment from 2024 wide receiver Quinn Clark on Tuesday.

Clark is the player in the state of Montana and has risen up the rankings over the past couple weeks. He was recruited to Nebraska by wide receivers coach Garrett McGuire. This is the fourth commitment for McGuire this class, and the third overall commitment where McGuire was the primary recruiter.

There is also a bit of family history here, as his father Ken Clark played for Nebraska from 19861989.

Clark was at Nebraska recently. He took an official visit beginning on June 23. The recruiting process moved quickly for Clark and Nebraska, as they officially extended him an offer on June 11.

What will he bring to Nebraska football?

Clark is a solid route-runner with tremendous speed after the catch. He measures in at six-foot-five, 190 pounds. He provides a solid target for the quarterback to throw to, and makes the quarterback’s life easier with his speed and ability.

For example, no further than his 4.5 40-yard dash time. He is yet another speedy weapon for Nebraska and this is something the coaching staff has been looking for at the position. Just taking a look at his high school statistics, it’s evident how he can produce at a high level. He recorded 58 catches for 918 yards and 15 touchdowns in 2022. Perhaps more impressively, he averaged 15.8 yards per catch.

Clark adds another playmaker to a wide receiver room that is absolutely stacked for the future. Currently, the 2024 Nebraska football recruiting class ranks 16th overall nationally per the 247Sports Composite Rankings.

Nebraska football is been absolutely on fire this month, landing 13 commitments in the month of June alone. Nebraska football wanted to make an impact this month, and they certainly did so. Furthermore, they were able to seal the deal with several visitors as well. The slow momentum that Nebraska may have had in March and April certainly did not carry over to June.

Danny is a Nebraska athletics fan and writer. He also enjoys writing about recruiting in his free time. Danny has been following the Huskers for the last five years. Find him on Twitter @NebCornholio.