The University of Nevada football team continues to add to its stable of players who have committed to the program for 2018, adding another player who verbally committed on Friday, Scout.com reported.
Kashawn Griffin, a 3-star receiver from Apple Valley, Calif., committed to Nevada on Friday, Scout.com reported. As a junior in 2016, the 6-0, 165-pound Griffin had 49 catches for 714 yards and six touchdowns.
Last week, Wyatt Bowles, a 2-star offensive tackle from Syracuse, Utah, committed to Nevada, Scout.com reported. Nevada now has five players who have committed to the program for 2018.
The others are 3-star quarteback Carson Strong from Vacavilla, Calif., 2-star athlete Patrick Willis from Crenshaw in Los Angeles and 6-4, 300-pound Kevin Coblentz, a 3-star offefnsive guard from St. John Bosco in Southern California.