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Nebraska baseball adds four more commitments to two different recruiting classes

Luke Mullin and Amie Just analyze Nebraska men’s basketball victory over Wisconsin and give their thoughts on what it means for Fred Hoiberg’s future at Nebraska.

Nebraska baseball later this week added four more new commitments to future classes before starting its season on Friday night.

The Huskers got commitments from a pair of 2024 prospects in third baseman/pitcher Dane Most (Broomfield, Colorado) and infielder/right Adam Kayko (Johnston, Iowa). Both are considered powerful and ranked among the top 100 third basemen in the nation in their class by Perfect Game. Kayko is a lefty bat.

NU also brought on board two 2025 pitchers in lefty Brett Hoelscher (Papillion-La Vista) and righty Ty Miller (Olathe West at Kansas). Hoelscher has top-end speed for his age with a mid-80s fastball, while the 6-foot-5, 185-pound Miller is coming off a dominant fall season — no earned runs allowed in 23 innings — and also plays first base.

Nebraska has added a dozen new commitments across four classes since the calendar moved to 2023, with many earning deals and joining the team’s prospect camp last month.

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The additions push the 2024 class to eight known commits. The group of 2025 sits at seven: six from within the state

Journal Star’s best photos for February 2023

A mostly empty Lincoln Airport terminal building is pictured on Tuesday, January 31, 2023 in Lincoln.

Deb Polacek of Friend (center) prepares to play the accordion to welcome Miloslav Stašek, the US Ambassador to the Czech Republic, who tours the state during a stop Wednesday at the Nebraska East Union.

Liam Rosengren endures stormy conditions as he trains with a portable punching bag outside at Holmes Lake Park on Thursday February 2, 2023. A windy day at Holmes Lake didn’t stop Liam from training outdoors on Thursday afternoon. with a chilly southerly wind that made it seem like it was just over 11°F. “I do it just for the sake of being outside,” Rosengren said. “I mean, I bought this bag and it’s portable, so I can take it wherever I want.

Former Nebraska football coach Tom Osborne speaks during a Capitol news conference Monday about Governor Jim Pillen’s mentoring program for Nebraska youth.

Lincoln Northeast’s Doneelah Washington (back) tries to stop Lincoln Southwest’s Eleanor Griffin in the second half Friday at Lincoln Northeast.

Dean Thompsen reacts after he spelled the word ‘rich’ correctly after believing he had spelled it wrong during the second round of the annual Lincoln Public Schools Oral Spelling Bee on Saturday at Culler Middle School. “I can’t believe I got it right,” Thompsen said stepping back for him.

Bennington’s assistant coach Jarod Owens (left) and head coach Craig Pokorny celebrate after Kianna Wingender won the 120lbs Consolidation Semifinal at the District A-3 meet in Lincoln Southeast on Saturday.

Leaves frame the sower atop the 400-foot-tall Nebraska state capitol on Friday, February 3, 2023. The sower statue, modeled after the traditional method of hand-sowing grain for planting, is a symbol of the importance of agriculture for Nebraskans. A respite from cooler temperatures will come for Lincolnites this weekend. With highs around 40 degrees and mostly sunny weather, it will say goodbye to Saturday and Sunday.

Nebraska’s Axelina Johansson busts the second-longest throw in NCAA history — 63 feet 4 inches — at the Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational Saturday at the Devaney Sports Center.

Jaxson Bowman, 1, holds the finger of his father, Josh Bowman, during a deployment ceremony for the 1-134th Cavalry at the Lancaster Event Center Sunday, Feb. 5, 2023. Bowman, along with other Soldiers at the ceremony, did not deploy but he attended to support his fellow soldiers.

Niskithe Prayer Camp supporters block a bulldozer preparing to cut down trees in Wilderness Park on Monday.

Bellevue West’s Josiah Dotzler (left) clashes with Lincoln Southeast’s Wade Voss in the first half Tuesday at Lincoln Southeast High School.

Wayne’s Jersi Jensen (center) gets a high five as she approaches to earn her first place medal at the Class B State Bowling Singles Championship on Wednesday at Sun Valley Lanes.

Norfolk’s Carter Jackson capsizes in the middle of a dive Thursday in the Heartland Athletic Diving Championships in Lincoln Southeast.

McCool Junction’s Garrett Hansen celebrates during the Class B State Bowling Championship Wednesday at Sun Valley Lanes.

Julia Kennedy (right) shares a piece of cake with her granddaughter Samara Quwa as she attends a booth of FAQs about the 16th president on Saturday.

Wisconsin’s Max Klesmit and Nebraska’s Blaise Keita battle on the floor for possession Saturday at Pinnacle Bank Arena.

Nebraska’s Dayne Morton (left) fights Rutgers’ Tony White in the 149-pound match Sunday at the Devaney Sports Center.

Members of the 1st Nebraska Volunteer Infantry — Ron Rockenbach (from left), Gage Stermensky, Paul Hadley, David Smith and Keith Rockefeller — guard the statue of Abraham Lincoln on the west side of the Nebraska Capitol on the 214th anniversary of his birthday on Sunday.

Lincoln East’s Westin Sherlock (top) fights Bellevue East’s LaBrian Sherlock during the 152-pound final at the A-2 district meet Saturday in Lincoln East.

Lincoln East’s Carter Toomey and Lincoln North Star’s William Schafer battle for a rebound in the net in the third quarter Tuesday at Lincoln East High School.

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