Even though they don’t have an offensive coordinator, the Nebraska Cornhuskers have landed a big commitment from a quarterback. And the Huskers’ gain is Syracuse’s loss.
“I’ve changed my mind,” Jersey City (N.J.) Saint Peter’s Prep quarterback Joe Dailey said. “I called the coaches at Syracuse today and then I called Nebraska and told them I’m coming.
“It was just a gut feeling and that feeling told me to be a Husker.”
Dailey, a three-star dual-threat quarterback that is 6-foot and 202 pounds, has been a Cuse commitment for quite some time. But that commitment is no longer around because he has switched to NU.
“I think it’s a great situation for me,” Dailey said. “Nebraska needs a quarterback to come in and compete next year, and I have a good connection with Jammal Lord. He played at our rival high school, and I remember watching him play when I was in the eighth grade.”
Dailey is ranked as the nation’s No. 13 dual-threat quarterback.