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2025 OL/DL Tyson Terry commits to Nebraska on visit

On3 imageby:Bryan Munson06/09/23


Nebraska is homegrown in 2025. The Huskers have landed its second in-state commitment for the class of 2025 after Tyson Terry committed to Nebraska while on a visit Tuesday. The three-star defensive lineman from Omaha (Neb.) North visited Nebraska eight times before committing to Matt Rhule and his staff.

Terry is the second in-state commitment in the class of 2025, joining Caden VerMaas from Omaha (Neb.) Millard North as the first two commits in Matt Rhule’s class of 2025.

Terry has held an offer from Nebraska since the end of his freshman season at Omaha North. He is the son of former, two-time Nebraska high school wrestling champion Ryan Terry, who also starred at Omaha North.

Terry was the first Nebraska freshman to win a heavyweight state title since 1971 and the first to accomplish that feat in Class A. On top of winning the state title as a freshman, he also started on the varsity football team.

Terry chose Nebraska over offers from Kansas State, Iowa, Iowa State, Colorado, Minnesota, Kansas, and Vanderbilt. Terry visited Iowa, Kansas State, Nebraska, Iowa State, and Colorado in April. He committed to the NU staff while on campus Friday.

Terry is rated as a three-star recruit in the 2025 class, according to On3. He is the No. 3 ranked player in Nebraska, the No. 41 defensive lineman in the country, and the No. 415 overall recruit.

Nebraska’s top-rated player in the 2025 class is Omaha (Neb.) Westside linebacker Christian Jones. Jones is a four-star and is trending towards Nebraska, according to the current On3 RPM.

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