Nebraska just added some much-needed talent and depth to its quarterback division: Georgia Tech QB transfer Jeff Sims He committed to the Huskers on Sunday.

Sims has started 23 of 24 games in three seasons with the Yellow Jackets. The 6-foot-3, 219-pound right-handed quarterback threw for 4,464 yards, 30 touchdowns, 23 interceptions and had a career completion percentage of 57.5%. He finished with 1,166 yards rushing and 11 touchdowns, which hurt his legs.

The qualification is two years away.

Sims of Jacksonville, Fla. native, who is a four-star prospect at Sandalwood High School, the state’s 46th-ranked overall prospect and 11th-ranked dual-threat QB in the 2020 class. 30 QB prospect and No. 243 overall player in the Competitors transfer rates.

Sims was part of a big 18-man visiting weekend at Nebraska the weekend of December 9-11. Sims was one of the weekend’s most important visitors as the Huskers continue to await the decision. Casey Thompson. Regardless of Thompson’s decision, Sims is a huge addition. Matt Rhule’s To the first group and a critical piece Marcus Satterfield An offense that needs big playing experience at the power five level.



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