first_imgNebraska football's game day balloon release.LINCOLN, NE – AUGUST 31: Nebraska fans release red balloons after the Nebraska Cornhuskers score their first points of the game against the Wyoming Cowboys at Memorial Stadium on August 31, 2013 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Eric Francis/Getty Images)Despite a disappointing start to the Scott Frost era in Nebraska, the Cornhuskers showed promise toward the end of the season. Although winning just four games is below the football program’s standards, the future is bright in Lincoln.Frost showed in the final stretch of the season that he can coach against the top teams in the Big Ten. Now, he’s proving that he can also recruit outside the state of Nebraska.In an announcement to his Twitter followers, Jamin Graham revealed that he’s committing to the Cornhuskers. The three-star recruit is a member of the 2019 class.Here is the announcement:Truly blessed just wish my granddad to was here to see it but #GBR ?? pic.twitter.com/NH6HFWVPNm— Jamin Graham (@jamin_graham27) December 2, 2018Graham is considered the No. 47 weak-side defensive end, per 247Sports.Nebraska edged out Louisville, Memphis and Minnesota among several others for Graham’s future services. His size and versatility will be greatly valued for the Cornhuskers’ defense, which struggled for the majority of the 2018 season.It appears Frost is ready to bring Nebraska football back to prominence.last_img read more