2015 recruits »

Lavan Alston 6/0 175
Ventura, CA WR
Avery Anderson 6/0 175
Colorado Springs, CO DB
Jalin Barnett 6/4 310
Lawton, OK OG
Mohamed Barry 6/1 215
Loganville, GA LB
Alex Davis 6/5 230
West Palm Beach, FL DE
Carlos Davis 6/2 265
Blue Springs, MO DT
Khalil Davis 6/2 265
Blue Springs, MO DT
Michael Decker 6/4 285
Omaha, NE OG
Tyrin Ferguson 6/2 200
New Orleans, LA LB
Christian Gaylord 6/6 275
Baldwin City, KS OT
Eric Lee 6/0 180
Highlands Ranch, CO CB
Stanley Morgan 6/0 185
New Orleans, LA WR
DaiShon Neal 6/7 250
Omaha, NE DE
Jordan Ober 6/1 200
Las Vegas, NV LS
Devine Ozigbo 5/11 225
Sachse, TX RB
Antonio Reed 6/2 200
Southaven, MS ATH
Matt Snyder 6/5 245
San Ramon, CA TE
Adrienne Talan 6/1 200
Pembroke Pines, FL ATH
Aaron Williams 5/11 185
Atlanta, GA S
Dedrick Young 6/1 220
Peoria, AZ LB

Husker rosters »

From 1984-2012, all Huskers are listed in the year in which they first appear on the official Nebraska football roster (Redshirts show up in the year following their non-playing redshirt year, and are denoted as a redshirt freshman). Players added later are associated with the year in which they first commit to play for or enroll at NU.

All information based on Huskers.com official rosters or local reports.

Four-star QB plans visit to Nebraska for spring game

via Omaha.com

Nebraska didn't bring in a scholarship quarterback in the 2015 recruiting class. Now the Huskers are making their push for 2016 quarterbacks. And a four-star prospect is set to visit for the spring game in April.

Three Louisiana teammates excited to land Husker offers

via HuskersIllustrated.com

Prior to two teammates landing offers, Chanse Sylvie was the first at Calvary Baptist Academy in Shreveport, Louisiana, to receive a Nebraska offer. The safety said he picked up the offer late last week and he’s excited to start building a relationship with both area recruiter Trent Bray and new defensive backs coach Brian Stewart.

Checking in on the latest Husker offers

via Omaha.com

Nebraska has three commits for 2016, and the Huskers are still on the hunt, especially in Louisiana. Over the past week, NU has reached out to numerous prospects down south, while also looking heavily at wide receivers and offensive lineman.

2017 QB prospect on the fast track to Nebraska

via HuskerOnline.com

Noah Vedral, a 6-foot-2, 180-pound quarterback, threw for over 1,000 yards and rushed for 640 yards in 9 games as a sophomore at Wahoo Neumann.

Linebacker Avery Roberts planning visit to Nebraska

via Big Red Report

Wilmington (Delaware) Concord linebacker Avery Roberts has nearly a double-digit offer total and is making some early trips. The 6-foot-2 and 215-pound Roberts says that he expects to see more coaches come through in the spring to see him, despite him being just a 2017 prospect.

Recruiting: Will the Huskers add a juco kicker for 2015?

via Omaha.com

The Huskers have two scholarship kickers and a punter on their roster. And this weekend, they're hosting one of the top junior college kickers in the nation for an unofficial visit.

TBL: Husker Recruiting Roundtable with Clouse, Schaefer

via Omaha.com

"The Bottom Line" host Mike'l Severe was joined Thursday by 247 Sports' Mike Schaefer and Husker Online's Nate Clouse for a roundtable discussion about the latest Husker recruiting headlines.

McKewon: Huskers have an eye on G.I. Northwest QB

via Omaha.com

Quarterbacks playing Nebraska high school football don’t necessarily attract a lot of recruiters — especially any quarterback outside the Omaha or Lincoln metro areas. The most intriguing out-state prospect could be Grand Island Northwest signal-caller Christian Ellsworth, a 6-foot-4, 210-pounder who’s a three-star prospect according to 247Sports.

Blake McClain will look again at NU after transferring from South Carolina

via Omaha.com

Jacksonville (Florida) Sandalwood High School defensive end Blake McClain committed to Nebraska the weekend before signing day 2014. He flipped to South Carolina just days after picking the Huskers. And now that he's leaving the Gamecocks program after just one year, McClain will consider the Huskers again in the 2016 recruiting cycle.

Big, Fat Recruiting Update: The hunt for linebackers and tackles

via Omaha.com

Nebraska is choosing to go with leaner, cheaper versions of its prospect camps, including two "Friday Night Lights" events that will work in conjunction with Big Red Weekend. Will the new format work?

Huskers offer Keyshawn Johnson Jr., whose dad played for Mike Riley

via Omaha.com

Nebraska has extended a scholarship offer to 2017 wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson Jr., the son of former NFL great Keyshawn Johnson who played for Husker coach Mike Riley at USC.

Checking in on the latest Husker offers

via Omaha.com

Nebraska locked in its 2015 recruiting class a couple weeks ago and already has three commits for 2016. Now the Huskers are back on the hunt, offering at least two prospects over the weekend. Here's a little bit more about the 2016 targets recently offered.

Husker staff to host 'Friday Night Lights' camps

via HuskerOnline.com

As part of its attempt to lure top prospects to campus, the Husker coaching staff will host a series of $50, 3-hour camps, including a pair of Friday night events aimed at elite-level athletes.

McKewon: Five thoughts on Warren leaving for UNC and recruiting in Georgia

via Omaha.com

Former Nebraska coach Charlton Warren left the Huskers, where he'd just signed a two-year deal to be on Mike Riley's new staff, for North Carolina. Here are five takes on that move and recruiting in Atlanta in general.

McKewon: Border war may break out as Riley learns turf

via Omaha.com

Wyoming offers s an ongoing recruiting gambit Nebraska’s new staff will have to watch and address. Not necessarily for the very top prospects in the state, but the kinds of players who straddle that line between “we’ll offer you out of Husker camp” and “we’ll offer you three weeks before signing day.”

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Tracking the recruits

Where have NU's recruits come from? Hover over a state in the map below to see how many commits NU has signed from each state going back to 1984.

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Top high schools

Which schools are producing the most Cornhuskers? See the chart below for the Top 10 since 1984.

  • Southeast (Lincoln)

  • Central (Omaha)

  • Creighton Prep (Omaha)

  • Grand Island (Grand Island)

  • Millard North (Omaha)

  • East (Lincoln)

  • Northeast (Lincoln)

  • Elkhorn (Elkhorn)

  • Westside (Omaha)

  • Columbus (Columbus)