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Huskers finish with four recruits in the final Rivals250

All four of Nebraska's recruits that were selected to play in the All-American Bowl finished in the final Rivals250 released on Wednesday. Linebacker Nick Henrich did not play in the All-American Bowl due to injury.
All four of Nebraska's recruits that were selected to play in the All-American Bowl finished in the final Rivals250 released on Wednesday. Linebacker Nick Henrich did not play in the All-American Bowl due to injury. (Nate Clouse)

Nebraska's strong finish to the 2019 recruiting cycle continues.

On Wednesday, the finals Rivals250 was released for the Class of 2019, and four Nebraska signees made the list, and a potential fifth in safety Noah Pola-Gates could also be joining the class by this weekend. The Arizona native finished ranked No. 116 in the final Rivals250.

Wide receiver/running back recruit Wandale Robinson will be the highest ranked recruit in the Huskers 2019 class, moving up 37 spots to the nation's No. 61 overall prospect.

Defensive lineman Ty Robinson moved up 55 spots to No. 91 in the final Rivals rankings.

Offensive lineman Bryce Benhart moved up from a 5.7 three-star all the way to No. 139 in the finals Rivals250.

Linebacker Nick Henrich dropped eight spots to finish No. 127 in the final Rivals250.

With 25 recruits, Nebraska's 2019 class is currently ranked No. 18 in the country with the chance to still to add multiple four-star commits in their final four remaining spots.

HUSKERS IN THE FINAL RIVALS 250

No. 61

No. 91

No. 127

No. 139