In March, World-Herald prep recruiting specialist Mike Sautter ranked his top in-state basketball prospects for the 2020 class.
Omaha Westside's Jadin Booth took the top spot, and Lincoln North Star's Donovan Williams was second.
UNO offered a scholarship to both guards Tuesday night.
The 6-foot-1, 165-pound Booth is a versatile combo-guard who scores at all three levels and is capable of making plays for his teammates. Defensively, his quick hands provide a knack for steals and deflections.
"It means the world to me," Booth said. "I told my mom my goal this summer was to get a D-1 offer and it's been my goal ever since I was little, but now all the hours in the gym are paying off."
The Warriors finished last season 11-13. All but four of their losses came to teams that finished with a winning record.
Williams, 6-4 and 180 pounds, is capable of scoring in bunches. His length and quickness help him defensively, allowing him the ability to stay in front of the opposition.
"(It) means a lot to me, them being so close and taking their time to build a relationship with me," Williams said. "They're a great organization and have great coaches and I'm looking forward to continuing the relationship."
After starting last season 7-2, the Navigators ended the year 12-13.
The Mavericks finished the 2017-18 season with a 9-22 record, including 4-10 in the Summit League and 8-4 at home. Their roster included six in-state prospects.
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