When it came time to make a final, life-changing decision, Houston Cypress Falls three-star receiver Terrence Nunn decided he wanted to pick something that was certain, compared to something that was still being decided.
So despite an oral commitment to Nebraska, Nunn decided late on Wednesday nigh to switch his pledge from Wisconsin to Nebraska.
“He called coach (Rob) Ianello last night and let them know the news,” Cy Falls coach David Raffield said. “He’s followed Wisconsin all along, and they were always one of his top teams. He originally committed to Nebraska, but with all the indecision at Nebraska, he just wasn’t sure if he wanted to be involved in that.
“So he decided to go with the more stable situation at Wisconsin, and we’re really proud of him making a very tough decision. This is something that he just didn’t do out of the blue. He put a lot of thought into it, and he probably made the most difficult decision that he’s ever made in his life.”
Nunn, a first-team all-district pick as a junior and a senior, had 34 receptions for 469 yards and five touchdowns this season. He originally committed to Nebraska back on September 1, but with the Cornhuskers’ coaching situation up in the air, he decided to take a visit to Wisconsin on December 19.
He then mulled over the Huskers and Badgers throughout the dead period, before deciding to make the call to Wisconsin on Wednesday. Rivals.com has Nunn ranked as the nation’s No. 69 receiver prospect.