2015 recruits »

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
Eric Lee 5/10 175
Highlands Ranch, CO CB
DaiShon Neal 6/8 240
Omaha, NE DE
Spencer Tears 6/3 170
Oak Lawn, IL WR

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.


Huskers eyeing Florida transfer?

via Omaha.com

Former Florida athlete Marqui Hawkins is looking to transfer, and a high school recruiting coordinator says whether Nebraska's in the mix may depend on how quickly the team talks to the 6-foot-1, 213-pound Hawkins.

Big, Fat, Recruiting Update (April 23)

via Omaha.com

Staff writer Sam McKewon offers a look at Nebraska's latest recruits, top targets and more.

TE Harris talks Husker offer

via BigRedReport.com

Three-star prospect Jalen Harris, a 6-foot-4 and 236-pound tight end from Montgomery (Ala.), picked up a Husker offer last week. "I know that they have a rich tradition with their football program and winning football games," Harris said.

A deep review of Nebraska's 2010 recruiting class

via Omaha.com

The 2010 class had 22 signees, and it has long been defined for including five defensive linemen who contributed little to the Huskers over five years; all are now out of the program. That said, the class turns out to be stronger than one thinks at first blush — stronger than the 2011 class, which initially appeared very strong, turned out to be lacking.

Kearney's Arp likes what he see at Nebraska

via HuskerOnline.com

Visiting Lincoln for the spring game was always an exciting prospect for Kearney lineman Brian Arp and while he's had the chance to see Lincoln before, the moment still didn't escape one of the state's top line prospects for 2015.

Husker I-back recruit '100-percent' committed

via BigRedReport.com

"Of course my coach wants me to look at other schools," New Orleans (La.) Isidore Newman running back Kendall Bussey said. "I'm 100% to Nebraska. My father and I are solid with the choice to commit to Nebraska."

Nebraska standing out for Texas linebacker

via HuskerOnline.com

Missouri City (Texas) Ridge Point linebacker Cameron Townsend, a 6-foot-1, 206-pound prospect, came away from the spring game impressed with NU. "I thought the coaches were cool and overall I just had a really good time there."

With class likely over half full, where does NU's group of 2015 commits rank?

via Omaha.com

The Husker football team now has 10 members in its 2015 recruiting class. Where does the 2015 group rank nationally and in the Big Ten?

What's left for NU's 2015 class?

via BigRedReport.com

Take a look at the key positions Bo Pelini is looking to fill, and what lies ahead for NU's 2015 recruiting class.

Huskers land Chicago-area receiver who 'fell in love with everything' in Lincoln

via Omaha.com

A weekend visit for the Nebraska spring game was apparently all Oak Lawn (Ill.) Richards High School wide receiver Spencer Tears needed to see. Tears committed to the Huskers Wednesday morning.

Spring game impresses 2016 RB Olonilua

via HuskerOnline.com

Kingwood, Texas, running back Sewo Olonilua has yet to pick up an offer from the Huskers, but the 6-foot-2, 212-pound back feels that his game would work at NU. "I think I would be able to fit right in with the offense that they run, especially with the way that I like to play."

Class of 2015 Nebraska spring game reaction

via HuskerOnline.com

Five of Nebraska's nine early verbal commitments to their Class of 2015 were in Lincoln for the Red-White spring game, and to take in all of the surrounding pageantry that is part of the weekend's annual festivities.

Huskers show Tears a lot to like

via HuskerOnline.com

In a scrimmage highlighted with solid wide receiver play, it certainly helped to have Oak Lawn, Illinois wide receiver Spencer Tears in attendance and the three-star walked away from his trip to Lincoln very impressed.

The next in-state offer from Nebraska?

via BigRedReport.com

Bellevue West wide receiver C.J. Johnson was in Lincoln last weekend for a spring practice. Seeing the pace of the practice really caught Johnson off-guard because he's never seen anything quite like it.

Safety Aaron Williams can see himself at Nebraska

via HuskerOnline.com

Georgia safety recruit Aaron Williams and his parents got into Lincoln for the spring game weekend on Thursday afternoon and they got a full tour of everything that Nebraska has to offer, academics and athletics wise.

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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)

    33
  • Central (Omaha)

    23
  • Creighton Prep (Omaha)

    21
  • Grand Island (Grand Island)

    19
  • Millard North (Omaha)

    19
  • Northeast (Lincoln)

    16
  • East (Lincoln)

    16
  • Elkhorn (Elkhorn)

    14
  • Westside (Omaha)

    13
  • Columbus (Columbus)

    12