James Carnie commits to Nebraska

The Norris senior tight end committed to the Huskers on Monday
Published: Oct. 12, 2020 at 4:18 PM CDT
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LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) -James Carnie, a Norris senior tight end, announced on Twitter that he has committed to Nebraska on Monday.

“I think they knew they were going to get me right away. (Scott) Frost called me on Sunday and we talked a little bit and he left me on call me back if you want to be a Husker. So 30 minutes later, I gave him a call and told him I want to be a Husker. It was a pretty quick decision for me and I’m super excited,” said Carnie.

About one week ago, the Norris senior tight end received a phone call from Nebraska head coach Scott Frost offering him a scholarship to play for the Huskers.

Carnie said he also considered Iowa and Kansas State. He plays both tight end and linebacker for Norris but he said Frost and Nebraska want him at tight end.

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