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Avery Anderson 6/1 172
Colorado Springs, CO S
Kendall Bussey 5/9 195
New Orleans, LA RB
Khalil Davis 6/3 275
Blue Springs, MO DT
Carlos Davis 6/3 275
Blue Springs, MO DT
Michael Decker 6/4 280
Omaha, NE OL
Kevin Dillman 6/4 225
Denton, Texas QB
Christian Gaylord 6/6 270
Baldwin City, KS OT
Mirko Jurkovic 6/5 280
South Bend, IN OG
Eric Lee 5/10 175
Highlands Ranch, CO CB
Nekyle Lundie 6/2 215
Tucker, GA WR
DaiShon Neal 6/8 240
Omaha, NE DE
Aaron Williams 5/11 185
Atlanta, GA DB

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.

Omaha South's Fant high on Huskers after latest visit

via HuskerOnline.com

Omaha (Neb.) South junior defensive end and tight end prospect Noah Fant is pretty familiar with Nebraska's program by now after unofficially visiting NU a couple of times over the spring and summer, and he traveled down I-80 on Saturday with his dad and older brother to attend the season opening game with Florida Atlantic.

Sam McKewon's Big, Fat Recruiting Update, Aug. 28

via Omaha.com

Staff writer Sam McKewon's in-depth breakdown looks at the latest Husker recruiting news, current commits, top targets, recruiting service rankings and more.

Video: ESPN's Jeremy Crabtree on TBL

via Omaha.com

ESPN Recruiting Nation's Jeremy Crabtree joined "The Bottom Line" with Mike'l Severe on Thursday to discuss the latest Husker recruiting news.

Scouts weigh in on Husker commits

via BigRedReport.com

BigRedReport.com reached out to various scouts on the Scout.com network to get their thoughts on the Huskers commit list going into the 2014 season.

OL Christian Gaylord spending a lot of time in Lincoln

via BigRedReport.com

Baldwin City (Kan.) offensive lineman Christian Gaylord is a commitment that will be seen a lot this fall in Lincoln for home games. The plan is to make all of the home games if the schedule permits.

Nebraska recruiting Florida DE the hardest

via HuskerOnline.com

The weekend of the home Husker game against the Miami Hurricanes keeps growing in significance as more recruits are added to the official visit list. Another new name has confirmed to HOL.com that he will be in attendance for the marquee non-conference match up.

Bred for Big Red: Tomorrow’s prospects could be recruited to join Nebraska Football Academy

via Omaha.com

Athletes are specializing at younger ages. Spending more time with private coaches and trainers in the offseason. High school sports don’t tug at a community’s heart strings the way they used to. And the schools don’t have the time or resources to keep up with the most devoted prospects. Which is why, by 2034, the surest recruiting path to Memorial Stadium will be the Nebraska Football Academy.

Blue Springs twins Carlos and Khalil Davis are double trouble for opponents

via KansasCity.com

For twin Husker commits Carlos and Khalil Davis, the roots of a sibling rivalry have sprouted on the football field, in the weight room and even at the kitchen table where their parents say they sometimes fight over who can eat more.

Miles says Kansas transfer White III can be 'impact guy' for Nebraska

via Omaha.com

Andrew White III made his transfer from KU to Nebraska official early Monday afternoon, one week before classes start in Lincoln. The Huskers survived a late run from Maryland to land the 6-foot-7, 220-pound wing from Richmond, Virginia.

15-year-old Arop tells Miles he’s 'all in' with Huskers

via Omaha.com

Omaha South coach Bruce Chubick Sr. said he’s not concerned about this particular commitment for the Class of 2017 coming too early — the earliest of any player to Nebraska for basketball, according to World-Herald research.

Video: Husker commit Eric Lee talks fall football

via Omaha.com

In a video published Saturday, USA Today High School Sports previews Highlands Ranch (Colo.) Valor Christian High School, including an appearance by Husker defensive back commit Eric Lee, who said his team enjoys the late summer workouts as a chance to evaluate progress.

Safety Hunter Dale's recruiting is wide open

via HuskerOnline.com

River Ridge (La.) John Curtis three-star safety Hunter Dale almost decided he was done with the recruiting process in July after a trip to Nebraska, but he quickly decided he needed to take more time and review his options more thoroughly.

Nebraska keeping close eye on Florida DE

via HuskerOnline.com

Alex Davis has been a basketball player all his life but he thought he'd give football a try for his senior year of high school and it's really starting to pay dividends for him. "I had been talking to the [football] coaches here at school and they were trying to get me out there [playing football]," the 6-foot-5, 220-pound Davis explained about his nascent football career as a defensive end.

2016 Kansas DE enjoys visit to Nebraska

via HuskerOnline.com

Although Amani Bledsoe's junior season has yet to begin, the Lawrence, Kan. defensive end's stock is definitely on the rise. The 6-foot-5, 265-pound Bledsoe already hold offers from Kansas, Kansas State, N.C. State, Oklahoma State and has taken several unofficial visits this summer all over the country. His latest trip was a short drive up north to check out Nebraska and while the Huskers have not offered yet they've got their eye on the rising talent.

McKewon: Picking from bountiful crop of linemen nice problem

via Omaha.com

The World-Herald’s Super Six hits your doorstep on Sunday. A few no-brainer picks grace the list, but we also had a heck of a time picking through a slew of big, talented in-state linemen. Several with FBS offers made the list, but many more didn’t.

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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)

  • Northeast (Lincoln)

  • East (Lincoln)

  • Elkhorn (Elkhorn)

  • Westside (Omaha)

  • Columbus (Columbus)