2015 recruits »

Avery Anderson 6/1 172
Colorado Springs, CO S
Jalin Barnett 6/4 315
Lawton, OK OL
Mohamed Barry 6/1 210
Loganville, GA LB
Carlos Davis 6/3 275
Blue Springs, MO DT
Khalil Davis 6/3 270
Blue Springs, MO DT
Michael Decker 6/4 280
Omaha, NE OL
Tyrin Ferguson 6/2 205
New Orleans, LA LB
Christian Gaylord 6/6 270
Baldwin City, KS OL
Eric Lee 5/10 175
Highlands Ranch, CO CB
Stanley Morgan 6/1 185
New Orleans, LA WR
DaiShon Neal 6/7 240
Omaha, NE DE
Devine Ozigbo 5/11 225
Sachse, TX RB
Matt Snyder 6/5 245
San Ramon, CA TE
Willie Sykes 6/0 174
Spring, TX DB
Aaron Williams 5/11 185
Atlanta, GA DB
Dedrick Young 6/1 215
Peoria, AZ ATH

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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.

Nebraska lands Georgia linebacker Mohamed Barry

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Nebraska came hard at Mohamed Barry, and Thursday night it saw its recruiting efforts pay off. Two days after NU head coach Mike Riley and three assistants visited the linebacker in Loganville, Georgia, Barry gave his verbal commitment to the Huskers to join their 2015 signing class.

McKewon: Nebraska staff’s done well ahead of last dash

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The final days before signing day wreak havoc on a coach’s arteries. We sports writers and recruiting analysts don’t exactly love the sprint to the end — the drama, the switches, the hat games, sitting there on Twitter on Saturday night, watching for updates — and we only feel a tiny fraction of what coaches do.

Where are they now? A look at Nebraska's 2014 recruiting class

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With the hectic schedule for Husker coaches as signing day approaches, much of the focus is on the 2015 recruiting class. But it's also a good time to check in on the 2014 recruits.

Nebraska hoping to land long snapper Jordan Ober

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Nebraska special teams coordinator Bruce Read appears primed to land one of the nation's top long snappers if an official visit goes well in Lincoln this weekend. Jordan Ober, a 6-foot, 190-pound long snapper from Las Vegas Bishop Gorman High School, got an offer Wednesday from Read after San Jose long snapper Grant Gluhaich picked California over the Huskers.

Huskers add defensive back Willie Sykes to recruiting class

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There’s a fourth member of Nebraska’s promising group of 2015 defensive back recruits. Willie Sykes made it official on Twitter Tuesday afternoon.

Texas defensive back Willie Sykes picks Nebraska

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Nebraska received its 15th commitment for the 2015 recruiting class in Spring (Texas) safety Willie Sykes, who announced his decision on Twitter with a long note. Sykes had previously been committed to Washington State.

With Husker coaches spread nationwide, here's who they could be visiting

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On Tuesday, Nebraska coach Mike Riley tweeted out a "Paint the Nation Red" map again, and some interesting areas will host Husker coaches.

DaiShon Neal sticks with Nebraska

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Nebraska kept a key in-state prospect in the fold Tuesday for the 2015 recruiting class when DaiShon Neal announced that he was sticking with the Huskers over offers from Michigan, Oklahoma and others.

Husker DE target DaiShon Neal sets announcement for Tuesday morning

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After considering all of the new pitches, promises and offers, Omaha Central’s star defensive end is ready to end the recruiting process. DaiShon Neal, a 6-foot-7, 240-pound prospect, wrote on Twitter Monday that he would reveal his final college choice during a radio interview at 8:15 a.m. Tuesday on KOZN 1620 The Zone.

Huskers targeting junior college defensive ends

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As Nebraska attempts to finish its 2015 recruiting class by improving depth at defensive end, the Huskers have shifted focus to late adds from the junior colleges.

Husker staff out on national recruiting hunt yet again

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With signing day now just nine days away, the Husker coaching staff is out on the trail again Monday trying to firm up the commitments of key players across the country while trying to lure in a few new recruits.

Huskers have major needs at DE and LB; Michigan pursues DaiShon Neal

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Depth issues at defensive end and linebacker will be among the concerns Nebraska is trying to address in the 2015 recruiting class.

Visit yields no new commits but fortifies Davis twins’ pledge

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No new commits immediately came out of the biggest recruiting weekend of new Nebraska coach Mike Riley’s tenure, but the event hit a crucial mark in impressing two of the players already in the Huskers’ 2015 class.

Davis family enjoys meet-and-greet at Nebraska

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Nebraska football knew heading into a big recruiting weekend that one of its most important tasks was to make sure twin defensive tackles Carlos and Khalil Davis felt at home in Lincoln with the new coaching staff. The Blue Springs, Missouri stars have been hotly pursued by home-state Missouri over the last month, among other schools.

Reuben Jones commits to Michigan, Emmanuel Olenga decommits from ECU

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Nebraska officially lost former defensive end commit Reuben Jones for good Saturday when the Lakeland (Florida) Lake Gibson talent committed to Michigan while on his official visit. But defensive end Emmanuel Olenga decommitted from ECU and will visit NU next week.

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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)