2016 recruits »

Quayshon Alexander 6/2 212
Wayne, NJ LB
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
Terry Wilson 6/3 190
Del City, OK QB

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.


Beatrice sophomore-to-be Cameron Jurgens has rare offer from Huskers

via Omaha.com

In his years as Beatrice’s coach, Bob Sexton has seen a few elite football players roll through town. He’s sent two to the NFL. He’s sent his share up Highway 77 to the big state school, too. So last fall, when tight end Cameron Jurgens was a freshman, Sexton had a pretty good idea the kid would be good. It’s a small town. You know which eighth-graders have a shot. Especially when they’re 6-foot-3, 230 pounds.

TBL: Jon Nyatawa discusses Huskers' big June recruiting push

via Omaha.com

World-Herald staff writer Jon Nyatawa joined "The Bottom Line" on Thursday for plenty of Husker talk. Mike'l Severe and Nyatawa discusses Nebraska's big month of June in recruiting, the best Big Ten wide receivers, the Huskers' identity right now and what it should be and more.

Husker offensive line pledge John Raridon

via Omaha.com

Nebraska offensive lineman commit John Raridon joined Mike'l Severe on "The Bottom Line" Wednesday. Topics discussed include his offseason, why he committed to Nebraska so early, his thoughts on the coaching staff change and more.

McKewon: Time leading into dead period anything but for Husker recruiting

via Omaha.com

Until July 12, the college football recruiting calendar has one of its few dead periods. Prospects can’t take on-campus visits to meet with coaches. It’s a time designed to be a little boring in recruiting. The last two months were anything but for Nebraska and the rest of the Big Ten.

Latest Husker offers include pair of 2017 athletes, 2016 corner

via Omaha.com

While we push through the dead period, here's the latest recruiting buzz surrounding Nebraska, including the latest offers, who is pondering the Huskers during the dead period and more.

Building more recruiting bridges back to Omaha

via Omaha.com

According to Rivals and the 247 Composite ratings, Lincoln Christian's Jared Bubak and Omaha South's Noah Fant are currently the No. 1 and No. 2 prospects in the state. With rare exception, Nebraska should never want to lose both of the top two in-state prospects to other schools. Especially a new coaching staff.

TBL: Husker QB commit Patrick O'Brien talks NU, visiting Lincoln and more

via Omaha.com

Nebraska quarterback commit Patrick O'Brien joined Mike'l Severe and former Husker QB Joe Ganz on "The Bottom Line" Monday. Topics discussed include his commitment to Nebraska, getting better as a quarterback what he liked about his visit to Lincoln and more.

TBL: Husker recruiting report with Nate Clouse

via Omaha.com

Husker Online's Nate Clouse joined co-hosts Mike'l Severe and Joe Ganz on "The Bottom Line" Monday. Topics discussed include Jared Bubak, Noah Fant, Terry Wilson, JoJo Domann and more.

Lincoln Christian TE Jared Bubak, once a Husker commit, opens up his recruitment

via Omaha.com

Bubak, who made an nonbinding commitment to NU’s previous coaching staff nine months ago, told The World-Herald Saturday afternoon that he’s elected to re-open his recruitment — and thus the 6-foot-4, 235-pound tight end prospect is no longer considered to be part of the Huskers’ 2016 class. He informed the Husker coaching staff Wednesday.

TBL: JoJo Domann talks commitment, Husker coaches and more

via Omaha.com

The 6-foot-1, 210-pound defensive athlete out of Colorado Springs joined "The Bottom Line" host Mike'l Severe shortly after his commitment to discuss the recruiting process, what appealed to him about Nebraska, which positions he'll play as a Husker and more.

TBL: Greg Simmons says why he picked NU, discusses Husker ties and more

via Omaha.com

Linebacker Greg Simmons committed to Nebraska on Thursday. On Friday, he joined "The Bottom Line" to talk about why he chose the Huskers, the NU coaching staff, Nebraska's fan base and more. Also, Simmons discussed his ties to the Huskers — his godfather is former Husker defensive back Wonder Monds, who owned "the greatest hairdo in the history of Nebraska."

JoJo Domann commits to Huskers, citing Nebraska's status as 'college football royalty'

via Omaha.com

The newest commit of Nebraska's 2016 recruiting class, Colorado Springs defensive athlete JoJo Domann, might be its most accomplished.

NU adds Simmons to list of LB pledges

via Omaha.com

Nebraska’s commit list at linebacker grew Thursday night when Fort Pierce (Florida) Central linebacker Greg Simmons made official a commit that seemed in the making when he visited earlier this month.

TBL: Omaha South's Noah Fant talks recruiting process

via NEPrepZone.com

Omaha South tight end and defensive end Noah Fant joined "The Bottom Line" on Thursday to talk about his recruiting process, his upcoming visits and more.

'Gut feeling' leads TE Jack Stoll to pick Nebraska over Texas

via Omaha.com

Aurora (Colorado) Regis tight end Jack Stoll had to weigh offers from two college football heavyweights, Nebraska and Texas. He liked both programs. He liked both coaching staffs, too. But on his visits to Lincoln, Stoll said after he picked NU on Wednesday, he got a "gut feeling" he didn't have when he visited Austin.

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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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