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Quayshon Alexander 6/2 212
Wayne, NJ LB
DiCaprio Bootle 5/11 175
Miami, FL DB
Bryan Brokop 6/5 275
New Lenox, IL OT
Marquel Dismuke 6/1 180
Carson, CA DB
JoJo Domann 6/1 210
Colorado Springs, CO LB
William Johnson Jr. 6/3 225
Pompano Beach, FL LB
Patrick O'Brien 6/4 225
San Juan Capistrano, CA QB
John Raridon 6/4 260
West Des Moines, IA OG
Greg Simmons 6/2 225
Fort Pierce, FL LB
Ben Stille 6/5 235
Ashland, NE ATH
Jack Stoll 6/5 225
Aurora, CO TE
Aphonso Thomas 6/0 190
Van, TX RB
Boe Wilson 6/23 290
Lees Summit, MO OG
Terry Wilson 6/3 190
Del City, OK QB

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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.

Wisconsin's Paul Chryst talks new Nebraska running back Jordan Stevenson

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Paul Chryst did not recommend Nebraska to Jordan Stevenson, nor did Stevenson ever ask Wisconsin's new head coach about the Huskers once Wisconsin denied academic admission to the four-star running back from Dallas.

Four-star running back Jordan Stevenson picks Huskers over Alabama, Miami

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Nebraska's battle for playing time at running back will include a new face this fall now that Jordan Stevenson has announced he plans to attend NU.

Social media reaction: Funny GIFs, interesting stats celebrate RB Jordan Stevenson's commitment

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One tweet set off a firestorm of social media attention on Thursday. That tweet came from the account of running back Jordan Stevenson, a consensus four-star prospect who was denied eligibility to Wisconsin before looking to Nebraska as a top landing spot.

Beatrice tight end Cameron Jurgens ranked in Top 100 for 2018

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247 Sports on Wednesday released its initial Top 100 for the 2018 recruiting class — that's players starting their sophomore seasons in high school — and Beatrice tight end Cameron Jurgens landed at No. 46.

RB Jordan Stevenson reportedly visiting Miami; Alabama next?

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Nebraska spent the weekend making its pitch to former Wisconsin signee Jordan Stevenson. Now the four-star running back will see what (at least) one more program has to offer.

Nebraska will duel Alabama for running back Jordan Stevenson

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Jordan Stevenson, the Dallas South Oak Cliff running back who was denied admission to Wisconsin and is thus left scrambling for a school, had no shortage of suitors. According to 247 Sports he's down to two schools: Nebraska and Alabama. According to the 247 Sports article, Stevenson wants Nebraska. His mom, Qy Ross, prefers Alabama.

Four-star WR set to visit Huskers

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Four-star Steven Smothers says he will take an official visit to Nebraska. The Reisterstown (Md.) Franklin standout told Scout he was visiting Nebraska on Aug. 1. His coach, Anthony Burgos, added Smothers is set to be at West Virginia this weekend,

Hawaii lineman Michael Eletise to choose Monday; Huskers in top 5

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Kaiser (Honolulu, Hi.) OG Michael Eletise will make his decision public this coming Monday. His top five includes Nebraska.

Several Husker assistants climbing recruiter rankings

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With the recruiting cycle coming out of the summer dead period, it is a good time to take a breath and analyze where the Huskers and the coaching staff stand in the recruiting rankings.

TBL: Dicaprio Bootle, Boe Wilson, Terry Wilson and more Husker recruiting talk

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Nebraska recruiting analyst Nate Clouse of Husker Online joined "The Bottom Line" on Monday to discuss the latest recruiting headlines, including NU's most recent commits, QB commit Terry Wilson's canceled visit to Oregon and more.

Huskers nab second commit of day in Missouri lineman Boe Wilson

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Lee's Summit (Missouri) West offensive lineman Boe Wilson fits snugly inside the Huskers' 500-mile radius emphasis. Miami Southridge cornerback DiCaprio Bootle is the flip side of NU's recruiting coin — a fast, long athlete discovered in new Coach Mike Riley's new way of recruiting nationally. Both are in Nebraska's boat now.

Quarterback commit Terry Wilson cancels unofficial visit to Oregon

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Nebraska 2016 quarterback commit Terry Wilson on Wednesday canceled a scheduled unofficial visit to Oregon that was supposed to take place this weekend. Wilson will instead visit the Ducks on an official visit this fall.

Tim Miles' crew offers trio of prospects, including pair of high school teammates

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Tim Miles is on the prowl. The Husker men's basketball coach on Tuesday sent out three offers for the 2016 class, including a pair of teammates from New Orleans.

At Wyoming, Craig Bohl models recruiting philosophy after Tom Osborne

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What's an effective way to recruit? According to Wyoming coach Craig Bohl, who played and coached for Nebraska under Tom Osborne, they key is to find players who want to be there. Sounds too obvious, right? Well, Bohl elaborated .

Husker QB commit Patrick O'Brien has one day left to make Elite 11 rankings

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Friday is the final day of competition at the Elite 11 finals in Beaverton, Oregon, and Husker quarterback commit Patrick O'Brien still has some work to do.

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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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