NFL talented type of receivers have been hard to land for Nebraska over the years.
Damore'ea Stringfellow is a NFL type receiver.
After just one season at Washington, Stringfellow has decided to transfer to Nebraska. The former high school All-American will have three years of eligibility after sitting out in 2014.
"I needed a new start, fresh start, and I feel like Nebraska was the best place to do so," Stringfellow told the Omaha World Herald.
A four-star receiver and the nation's No. 11 prospect at his position coming out of high school, Stringfellow caught 20 balls for 259 yards and a touchdown in 2013 – with most of his production coming over the final four games for the Huskies.
"I love the coaches and in particular coach Fish," Stringfellow told the Lincoln Journal Star on Saturday night. "I plan on visiting in June and I will arrive July 13 or 14. This is it for me. I'm signed and set for Nebraska. My family, my mom and my dad, support my decision 100-percent."
Stringfellow at the UA game in 2013
Stringfellow officially visited Nebraska in October of 2012 and at one point appeared to be on the verge of heading to Lincoln. Eventually he would make a decision to stick with an earlier commitment to Washington, but wasn't afraid to show his like for Nebraska. At the Under Armour All-American game in January of 2013, Stringfellow was seen by Big Red Report wearing a Nebraska hat during a meet and greet with reporters – a scene where usually recruits wear the hat of the school they are committed to.
"It was a great visit, I loved everything about it there," Stringfellow told Scout.com shortly after his visit to Lincoln. "The game atmosphere was really the high point for me, I never experienced anything like that before. The fan base is so crazy and they really do their homework on the recruits, it felt like they knew everything about us. They were chanting my name, asking for autographs, it was incredible, you feel almost like a celebrity there."
This is a developing story and Big Red Report will have more later.