Brokop pledges to Nebraska
New Lenox (Ill) Lincoln Way West junior offensive guard recruit Bryan Brokop (6-foot-5, 275 pounds) just gave the Nebraska Cornhuskers his verbal commitment while on an unofficial visit. Details here.
"Bryan just gave Nebraska his verbal commitment," Lincoln-Way West head coach Dave Ernst said. "We talked about it earlier this week and I had a feeling it was going to happen on his visit today."
Ernst talked about Brokop's decision to pledge to the Nebraska Cornhuskers.
"Nebraska was his first offer and Bryan is a real loyal kind of kid. I know that his Mom and Dad along with Bryan all felt that Nebraska was just the best overall fit for him. Bryan is a physical and tough kid. He really is only starting his football career and he's still learning the game. He has been only playing football since the middle of his freshman year and you can just see his improvement and his development from day to day. It's been exciting to watch him develop into a top player."
Brokop also brings hard work and a willingness to learn to the Cornhuskers per his head coach.
"Bryan has worked really hard at just improving his entire game. He's committed to improving and getting better every day. His feet and his overall game have been improved so much from a season ago. His overall work ethic and dedication to becoming a great player is impressive. Those traits and his winningness to work hard is what makes him great."
"Bryan all along felt a strong connection to the Nebraska coaches. I know that he really gets along great with the offensive line coach John Garrison. Coach Garrison has been recruiting Bryan hard since the day they offered him."
Bryan Brokop is verbally committed to Nebraska.
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