Nebraska football snags Jeremiah Charles, another recruit from Arlington, Texas

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Huskers tight end coach Bob Wager helped Nebraska pick up two recruits in one day.

Jeremiah Charles, a Texas native, announced his commitment to Nebraska on Monday.


The 6-foot-2 wide receiver played at Martin High School in Arlington, where Wager coached for 17 years.

Charles visited Nebraska over the weekend.

Just hours earlier, Martin High School’s Ismael Smith Flores also announced that he had committed to Nebraska.

Charles and Smith Flores join a long list of 2023 recruits, including Malachi Coleman, Maverick Noonan and Princewill Umanmielen.

Also on Monday, Nebraska secured its third transfer from Georgia in a week: Jacob Hood, a 6-foot-8, 350-pound offensive lineman.

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