QB Johnny Stanton Commits To Nebraska Football, SB Nation Reports

LINCOLN NE - SEPTEMBER 11: Nebraska Cornhuskers HEad Coach Bo Pelini (center) leads his team onto the field before their game against the Udaho Vandals at Memorial Stadium on September 4 2010 in Lincoln Nebraska. Nebraska Defeated Idaho 38-17. (Photo by Eric Francis/Getty Images)

For more on Huskers football, visit Nebraska blog Corn Nation, plus Big Ten blog Off Tackle Empire.

Nebraska's picked up its first quarterback commit of the 2013 class, adding a verbal from Rivals' No. 14 dual-threat passer, Johnny Stanton of Rancho Santa Margarita, Ca. This has been sort of expected for a little while now, as Stanton had visited Lincoln twice recently already.

As reported by SB Nation Seattle's Scott Enyeart:

Scout and Rivals rate Stanton as a three-star, while 247Sports gives him a four-star rating. He was one of 25 quarterbacks to be chosen for the Elite 11 finals later this month in Redondo Beach. At one point, we mentioned him as a possible USC target. Here's a look at his highlights and various accolades:

For more on Huskers football, visit Nebraska blog Corn Nation, plus Big Ten blog Off Tackle Empire.

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