Three-star tight end Ismael Smith Flores commits to Nebraska
LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Nebraska is bolstering its tight end room with a three-star recruit from Arlington, Texas.
Ismael Smith Flores announced his commitment to Nebraska via Twitter on Monday.
Had a great time this weekend on my official visit to the University of Nebraska!! Loved everyone there and I’m blessed to be able to call this place my home!!♥️🤍#COMMITTED #GBR pic.twitter.com/YxyR0SMSuZ
— Ismael Smith Flores (@IsmaelSmithF) January 23, 2023
Smith Flores played at Martin High School in Arlington, where Huskers’ tight end coach Bob Wager coached for 17 years.
The Arlington native’s father is Leroy Smith, a defensive linebacker who played at Iowa from 1987 to 1991.
Smith Flores joins a long list of 2023 recruits, including Malachi Coleman, Maverick Noonan and Princewill Umanmielen.
On Sunday, former five-star recruit Arik Gilbert announced he would be transferring to play at Nebraska.