Upland, Calif., cornerback commits to Nevada football
July 21, 2017
The University of Nevada football team continued to add to its list to players who have committed to the program for 2018 with its seventh commitment, Scout.com reported.
Jaden Dedman, a three-star cornerback from Upland, Calif., verbally committed to Nevada on Friday, Scout.com reported. As a junior in 2016, the 5-11, 175-pound Dedman had 53 tackles, two for loss, and 15 passes defended.
Dedman joins three-star quarterback Carson Strong from Vacaville, Calif., two-star athlete Patrick Willis from Crenshaw in Los Angeles, three-star offensive lineman Kevin Coblentz from St. John Bosco in Southern California, two-star offensive lineman Wyatt Bowles from Syracuse, Utah, three-star wide receiver Kashan Griffin from Apple Valley, Calif., and cornerback Nathaniel Vaughn from El Camino Community College in California who have all committed to the Wolf Pack.
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