Signing day 2011

The World-Herald has you covered with all of the latest information on Nebraska football's class of 2011.


Questions remain after successful signing day

A possible coaching shakeup looms over a successful 2011 recruiting day for the Huskers, highlighted by the surprise signing of touted defensive tackle Todd Peat Jr. of Corona del Sol High School in Tempe, Ariz., who chose Nebraska over Oregon State and Arizona State. Meanwhile, linebacker Keeon Virgile opted to become a Tar Heel. NU ended the day with 20 signed recruits and 15 walk-ons.

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Shatel: Possible staff moves overshadow signings
Questions abound regarding Pelini's staff
Peat gives NU another signing day victory
Walk-ons getting a chance, and running with it
Notes: Ex-Patriot Marsh gets scholarship
For Sterup, hard to believe he's a Husker
Defensive lineman picks Huskers
Reeves' dream finally a reality
Davie signs with NU without much fanfare
Big Ten recruiting rankings

How will the 2011 class shape up?

NU's 2011 recruiting class has been announced, but question marks remain.

Who will make an impact? Will stud quarterback Bubba Starling even make it on the field as a Husker, or will he sign a major league baseball contract? Can touted running back Aaron Green make an immediate impact in the void left by Roy Helu? Have the Huskers found a viable replacement for kickers Alex Henery or Adi Kunalic? Will NU's offensive line return to dominance? Perhaps one of the other players who signed as a member of the 2011 class can sprout into a solid starter.

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PHOTO SHOWCASE -- Signing Day 2011



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