The commits keep rolling in for Nebraska baseball.
Millard West infielder Max Anderson, named Nebraska Gatorade Player of the Year, announced his pledge to join Will Bolt's program Monday evening.
Anderson, a high school senior, committed to Texas A&M in 2018 and signed with the Aggies in November. In a tweet, he wrote that he would no longer be attending Texas A&M "due to circumstances out of his control."
On his decision to commit to the Huskers, Anderson wrote, "I will be coming home and following my dreams by committing to Nebraska."
Anderson played a key role in Millard West's Class A crown last season, hitting .353 with a state-leading 10 home runs. He was the Journal Star's 2019 Super-State honorary captain.
The Huskers also picked up a commit from CJ Hood on Monday, a 2021 outfielder/pitcher from Norris.