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Nebraska Football: Gibson Pyle receives All-American honor



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A Nebraska football commit announced a big honor on Sunday as 2024 offensive lineman Gibson Pyle was invited to the All-American Bowl The game itself is set for January 6.

Pyle is currently a three-star recruit. He is the 47th overall interior offensive lineman in the 2024 class, and the 118th overall player in his class from the state of Texas per the 247Sports Composite Rankings. Numerically, he is rated as an 88. He committed to Nebraska on April 1, 2023.

This is certainly a big honor for Pyle, as he looks to represent Klein Cain High School and the Nebraska football program. Nebraska football had commitments last season at the game itself in edge Cameron Lenhardt and corner Ethan Nation.

String of recognition for Nebraska football commits

Nebraska football has been able to make noise at the game recently as far as representatives. In addition to Lenhardt and Nation, Carter Nelson will represent the 2024 class at the game, and Malachi Coleman represented the 2023 class last year.

This is certainly a big honor, given that some of the best players in the country will play this game. It will also give more exposure to Pyle and the Nebraska football program. Having a string of All-Americans is certainly a good thing for recruiting, and it can definitely be used as a recruiting tool.

This will also be a good test for Pyle, as he will get to face some of the best defenders in the country. His aggressive play style and his ability to finish blocks should allow him to hold his own. It will be fun to see him showcase his talents on a national scale.

The Huskers will be well represented in these games. If anything, that’s a testament to Matt Rhule and the rest of the Nebraska football coaching staff. Their recruiting ability has proven to be strong, and it has a chance to only get better as the wins start to come.

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.