Tight end Tyson Hetzer is one of two members of the 2008 Nebraska recruiting class who joined the program in January. Hetzer comes to the Huskers after playing the 2007 season at CitrusCollege in Glendora, Calif. Hetzer has two seasons of eligibility remaining at Nebraska. At 6-6 and 245 pounds, Hetzer will provide Nebraska with outstanding size at the tight end position. In 2007, Hetzer caught 13 passes for 152 yards and a touchdown for a 6-5 CitrusCollege team. Hetzer also played a key role as a blocker from his tight end spot. He is ranked among the top 100 junior-college prospects according to Rivals.com. Hetzer began his college career at Shasta (Calif.) College in 2005-06, where he played on the basketball team and helped the squad to a 21-11 record. Following the season he transferred to Division II North Alabama, hoping to play football, but after one semester he transferred to CitrusCollege. Hetzer had an outstanding two-sport high school career at AndersonHigh School. Tyson played two seasons of varsity football for the Cubs, lining up at wide receiver, tight end, defensive end and linebacker, while also handling punting duties. On the hardwood, Hetzer was twice named Anderson's Most Valuable Player. Hetzer committed to Nebraska last summer and also received offers from Louisville, Kansas State, ArizonaState and UtahState. Tyson is the son of Leslie and Charlie Hetzer and was born on Oct. 4, 1986. He is majoring in sociology at Nebraska.