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Nebraska adds four-star quarterback TJ Lateef as the eighth commitment in the 2025 recruiting class

On3 imageby:Bryan Munson05/12/24


2025 QB TJ Lateef Commits to Nebraska Football

Orange County (Calif.) Lutheran High School quarterback TJ Lateef is the latest commitment for the Nebraska 2025 recruiting class. Lateef officially visited Nebraska over the weekend of the spring game. He becomes the eighth known commitment in the 2025 recruiting class for Nebraska.

Things have been very quiet with TJ Lateef since his official visit to Nebraska the weekend of April 25th. Lateef was in Lincoln to see the annual scrimmage and was part of the first group of official visitors that Nebraska hosted for the 2025 class.

Nebraska zeroed in on Lateef in mid-February after the Huskers hired co-offensive coordinator/ quarterbacks coach Glenn Thomas. Thomas and co-offensive coordinator/tight ends coach Marcus Satterfield visited Lateef at his high school around the same time.

Lateef told On3 later that month at the UnderArmour Next camp in Los Angeles that Nebraska was recruiting him the most, and it was also the most consistent. The Huskers have been trending for the four-star recruit since February 16.

Nebraska has eight commitments in the recruiting class, five of which are on the offensive side of the ball. Lateef joins running back Conor Booth from Wahoo (Neb.) Bishop Neumann, wide receivers Jackson Carpenter from Lincoln (Neb.) Southwest and Bryson Hayes from Maize (Kan.), and tight end Bear Tenney from Lehi (Utah) Lone Peak in the class.

The Huskers took two high school quarterbacks in the 2024 class. Five-star recruit and Husker legacy Dylan Raiola from Buford (Ga.) and three-star recruit Daniel Kaelin from Bellevue (Neb.) West. Both were Elite11 quarterbacks and enrolled early in Lincoln for the spring semester.

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