2016 recruits »

Bryan Brokop 6/5 273
New Lenox, IL OT
Jared Bubak 6/4 235
Lincoln, NE TE
William Johnson Jr. 6/3 225
Pompano Beach, FL LB
Patrick O'Brien 6/4 225
San Juan Capistrano, CA QB
John Raridon 6/4 260
West Des Moines, IA OG
Terry Wilson 6/3 190
Del City, OK QB

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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.


After switching sports, NU recruit Davis growing his game and his frame

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Alex Davis just celebrated a one-year anniversary — maybe with a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Davis has been playing football for roughly 13 months. In early June, he and his parents will roll up from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, to Lincoln, so Davis can continue his burgeoning pigskin career at Nebraska.

TBL: Husker freshman Tyrin Ferguson says 'I believe I can get a Blackshirt'

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Incoming Husker linebacker Tyrin Ferguson joined "The Bottom Line" on Thursday to talk about his early aspirations, choosing NU, his future roommate and more.

TBL: Incoming Husker DE Alex Davis talks development, recruitment and more

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Incoming Husker defensive end Alex Davis joined “The Bottom Line” to talk about what’s in store for next season, his offseason workouts and more.

McKewon: SEC’s attempt to end satellite camps won’t get far

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Are we good here? Yes, I think we’re good. Since rules shouldn’t be written to protect the self-interest of a few, I wouldn’t expect the SEC’s proposal to get much traction, especially when Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze concedes that his position is shaped by geography and vague loyalty, not principle.

Huskers offer 2016 prospect from Keyshawn Johnson's contingent

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In a week where Nebraska got a commitment from a second quarterback prospect, there haven't been a ton of scholarship offers by the Huskers. But there was a notable one.

A deep review of the 2012 Husker recruiting class

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The 2012 recruiting class is NU's first true Big Ten class. And, because of recruiting decisions made in Pelini's first four recruiting classes — the Huskers signed a giant class just months after Pelini arrived and redshirted most of it, creating a giant group of seniors for 2012 — the 2012 recruiting class was distressingly and painfully small. Just 17 scholarship players.

Davis twins may get a look at defensive end

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Incoming Nebraska defensive linemen Carlos and Khalil Davis may project long-term to the tackle position. But the twin 6-foot-3, 275-pounders may get their quickest shots at early playing time if they play at defensive end.

TBL: Husker recruiting talk with national analyst Greg Biggins

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Scout national recruiting analyst Greg Biggins joined "The Bottom Line" on Friday to talk about Nebraska quarterback commit Patrick O'Brien, Mike Riley and his coaching staff, the use of social media in recruiting and more.

California QB Patrick O'Brien commits to Nebraska

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The perfect time for Patrick O'Brien to give his verbal commitment to Nebraska arrived on Thursday, when Huskers quarterbacks coach/offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf was O'Brien's school, San Juan Capistrano (California) Hills High School.

McKewon's instant reaction: Taking two QBs

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Patrick O'Brien and Terry Wilson won't be arriving at Nebraska for awhile. But if their commitments to the 2016 Nebraska recruiting class stick — and I suspect they will — Husker fans will be closely watching their senior seasons at San Juan Capistrano (California) Hills and Del City (Oklahoma) High Schools.

TBL: Ashland-Greenwood's Ben Stille talks NU offer and more

via Omaha.com

Host Mike'l Severe and guest co-host Joe Ganz talk to Ashland-Greenwood tight end and defensive end Ben Stille, who was recently offered by Nebraska.

TBL: Husker football recruiting update with Mike Schaefer

via Omaha.com

247Sports's Mike Schaefer joined host Mike'l Severe on "The Bottom Line" Monday. Schaefer and Severe discussed the latest Husker football recruiting news.

A deep review of the 2011 Nebraska recruiting class

via Omaha.com

In 2011, Nebraska signed 20 players and generally landed what was considered at the time Bo Pelini's strongest class. According to Rivals, 11 of the 20 signees had four stars, and only two players — grayshirt David Sutton and kicker Mauro Bondi — had two stars. Here are the team rankings from that year, Nebraska’s first in the Big Ten:

Behemoth junior college lineman among latest Husker offers

via Omaha.com

This week's Husker scholarship offers have a little bit of everything — skill positions, linemen, top-rated high school talent, a junior college stud, NFL lineage, some uncommitted targets and some already pledged.

Recruiting: Huskers make top 10 for four-star RB prospect Devwah Whaley

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Nebraska made the top 10 of one of the top running back prospects of the 2016 class — Devwah Whaley out of Beaumont, Texas. Nebraska is the only Big Ten team among Whaley's top 10.

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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.

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    299
  • (Lincoln)

    215
  • (Omaha)

    172
  • (Grand Island)

    41
  • Southeast (Lincoln)

    39
  • Central (Omaha)

    28
  • (Scottsbluff)

    28
  • (North Platte)

    27
  • Grand Island (Grand Island)

    25
  • (Beatrice)

    24