Nebraska's Associate Head Coach Bryan Snyder continues to pluck talent from his native Lehigh Valley.
This past year, Bethlehem Catholic alum Mikey Labriola earned All-American status for the Huskers as a freshman. And earlier this month Northampton's Jagger Condomitti, ranked #51 on the Junior Big Board, pledged to Lincoln.
Tonight, Fargo champ Lenny Pinto joined Jagger as future Class of 2021 Huskers. Pinto is currently ranked #8 at 170 pounds.
Due to many reasons that I can go on and on about, I am speechless as to explain how grateful and blessed I am to announce that I have decided to further my academic and athletic career at the University of Nebraska! I want to thank my family and friends who helped along the way! pic.twitter.com/wFmcO0omw8— Lenny Pinto (@Goodlen7) October 22, 2019
From Stroudsburg High School, Pinto's head coach, Sean Richmond, was a former wrestler and assistant coach at Easton High School which is Snyder's alma mater.
Pinto vaulted to the #8 spot in the Class of 2021 after winning Fargo where he dethroned returning champ Tate Picklo (OK) in the semis before beating another top-10 guy in Blair Academy's Rylan Rogers.
Condomitti and Pinto both placed at Super 32 last weekend with Condomitti earning seventh and Pinto taking fifth.
Pinto's commitment makes 16 of the Top 150 in the Class of 2021 spoken for.