Nebraska's recruiting class has picked up some recent momentum.
The Huskers' 2020 class, however, will not include four-star cornerback Joshuah Moten.
The Fort Washington, Maryland, native, who had his final choices narrowed to Nebraska and Texas A&M, announced his commitment to the Aggies on Tuesday.
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Moten took his official visit to Nebraska on June 21. A week earlier, he visited College Station, Texas.
Moten was committed to Penn State for four months before reopening the recruiting process earlier this month.
According the 247 Sports, the 5-foot-11, 165-pound Moten is ranked as the No. 30 cornerback prospect in the country.
|Zavier Betts||WR||6-2||190||Omaha (Bellevue West)||****|
|Alex Conn||OT||6-6||280||Derby, Kansas||***|
|Turner Corcoran||OT||6-6||280||Lawrence, Kan. (Free State)||****|
|Blaise Gunneson||LB||6-5||250||Carroll, Iowa (Kuemper)||***|
|Nash Hutmacher||DT||6-5||305||Chamberlain, South Dakota||***|
|Tamon Lynum||DB||6-2||170||Orlando, Fla. (Evans)||***|
|William Nixon||WR||5-11||185||Waco, Texas (Midway)||***|
|Logan Smothers||QB||6-2||200||Athens, Alabama||****|