2016 recruits »

Quayshon Alexander 6/3 235
Prospect Park, NJ LB
DiCaprio Bootle 5/10 180
Miami, FL DB
Bryan Brokop 6/5 275
New Lenox, IL OT
Tre Bryant 5/11 200
St. Louis, MO RB
Tony Butler 6/2 195
Cleveland Heights, OH DB
Marquel Dismuke 6/2 180
Calabasas, CA DB
JoJo Domann 6/1 205
Colorado Springs, CO S
David Engelhaupt 6/3 230
Norfolk, NE TE
Matt Farniok 6/6 300
Sioux Falls, SD OT
Derrion Grim 6/0 190
Stockton , CA WR
Lamar Jackson 6/3 195
Elk Grove, CA S
Pernell Jefferson 6/2 225
New Orleans, LA LB
Caleb Lightbourn 6/3 220
Washougal, WA P
Collin Miller 6/3 235
Fishers, IN DE
Patrick O'Brien 6/4 230
San Juan Capistrano, CA QB
John Raridon 6/4 275
West Des Moines, IA OG
Greg Simmons 6/2 240
Fort Pierce, FL LB
JD Spielman 5/9 180
Eden Prairie, MN WR
Ben Stille 6/5 240
Ashland, NE DE
Jack Stoll 6/4 235
Lone Tree, CO TE
Boe Wilson 6/3 295
Lee's Summit, MO OG

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.

Signing day wrap-up: Every story, every video, every signee

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Here is every signing day story, blog, chat, video and otherwise covering Nebraska, the Big Ten, national rankings, Midlands colleges, local high schools and more for you to flip through and read at your convenience.

After recruiting class ranked 24th nationally by one service, Riley says NU pushes on to 2017

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Nebraska fans came to the Big Red Bash on Thursday night to hear Mike Riley talk about the 2016 recruiting class, and the head coach repeated plenty of what he had said Wednesday about the Huskers’ 21 signees.

Big, Fat Recruiting Update: 10 leftover thoughts from signing day

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Well, we've hit the finish line of one class. We'll start examining in brief what the 2017 class might look like soon. But first, some lengthy leftovers.

By the numbers: A look at the Huskers' 2016 recruiting class

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A look at the notable stats and figures for the Huskers' 2016 signing class.

Derrion Grim, Matt Farniok named Parade All-Americans

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Husker wide receiver Derrion Grim and offensive tackle signee Matt Farniok were named Parade All-Americans on Friday.

Mike Riley learns lesson after getting burned by silent commits

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Mike Riley knows now he should always keep his options open when it comes to recruits making silent commitments.

Jim Harbaugh can have his antics, Mike Riley wants the 'real stuff'

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Mike Riley couldn't ignore Jim Harbaugh's theatrics on the recruiting trail, but that doesn't mean he's ready to concede that's the new normal.

How Nebraska's 2016 group compares to Riley's Oregon State classes

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Nebraska's 2016 class is the most highly regarded group of recruits that coach Mike Riley has ever assembled. At least according to the recruiting rankings.

Territorial gains: Mike Riley believes in ruling 500-mile radius, but it’s growing difficult

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How’d coach Mike Riley do in Nebraska’s recruiting home — the 500-mile radius? The Huskers had some hits and whiffs. Nine players of a 21-player class. Just about half. It could have been more. Some prospects in the radius were naturally not as high-priority as others. Still, others were big targets, and NU missed.

McKewon: Husker commits offer an upgrade 
to pass coverage potential

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Out of the 100 storylines we peddle each signing day, I advise you to lock in a statistical weakness from the previous season and see how your team addressed it in its recruiting class. NU’s big disaster for much of 2015 — a 6-7 season — was pass defense.

Shatel: After often-gloomy fall, Husker coach Mike Riley sold a vision

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National signing day is a national holiday, a national hope holiday. Nobody has a bad signing day. Everybody has a good recruiting class. Hope is where you find it. Even after a 6-7 season. You want hope? Here it is, Husker fans.

Mike Riley pledges earlier recruiting start, better readiness next year for Huskers

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Mike Riley wasn’t sick on signing day this time. Actually, he carried himself like a guy ready for another go. The second-year Nebraska coach spoke highly of his 2016 recruiting class, a 21-member group announced Wednesday.

Notes: Nebraska’s long-term linemen; Engelhaupt had been on radar

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Offensive linemen John Raridon and Bryan Brokop committed in late September 2014, meaning they stayed with the Huskers despite changes at both head coach (Bo Pelini to Mike Riley) and their position coach (John Garrison to Mike Cavanaugh).

Sam McKewon's Big Ten recruiting rankings

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Rankings by Sam McKewon, text compiled from the Associated Press.

Aurora receiver buys in to Nebraska’s walk-on process

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Todd Honas relished the entire experience when he visited Nebraska with a mix of committed and prospective walk-ons last Saturday, but one thing might have stood out above the rest.

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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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