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February 2016

04 THU
Nebraska got burned by the downside of silent commitments.* More signing-day leftovers: Fans send pizza | In-state focus: 1,* 2
Randy York looks at the teamwork that made Nebraska's live online signing-day show a success.
The Film Room: Quarterback Patrick O'Brien on reading defenses and receiver Derrion Grim on route-running.
Jeremy Pernell's top 300 recruits of 2016: Who they are, where they come from and where they're going.
California* was golden for Husker recruiting, but Texas* also remains a priority. | The radius* | On to 2017* | Top 25 class* | Commentary: Vogel, Shatel,* Callahan, McKewon,* Sherman, Sipple* | Notes: 1,* 2,* 3*
03 WED
SIGNING
DAY 2016
Some young players might need to “step up a little quicker” because of attrition on the defensive line,* Mike Riley says. | Roster notes*
There's hope that more is coming from the Calabasas connection.*
Mike Riley was familiar with Tanner Lee even before the quarterback decided to leave Tulane.* More player features: Collin Miller,* Todd Honas,* David Engelhaupt | Five “sleepers”*
Adam Carriker takes stock of the new batch of Huskers.
Watch head coach Mike Riley describe the Huskers' 2016 recruiting class in these videos. | Talent and production* | No recruiting rest | McKewon & Nyatawa analysis
Scott Raridon is glad to see his son* become a 2nd-generation Husker.
Receiver Lane Hovey announces he's transferring to Montana.
All signatures are in and the 2016 recruiting class is official.* | Discuss
Husker assistant coaches share some roster-related observations as they head into spring ball.*
Defensive end Joe Keels is transferring to Eastern Michigan.
Offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf discusses the new quarterbacks, O-linemen and more. | Tanner Lee's opportunity | B1G QB rankings*
Mike Riley says sophomore safety Antonio Reed will miss spring ball after undergoing surgery. | More*
Quayshon Alexander sticks with NU: 1, 2, 3,* 4 | Texas streak ends*
Follow signing day on our 2016 recruiting page, with live tweets, player details and those all-important check marks filling in. More ways to follow: Huskers.com live show | OWH | LJS | Discuss
02 TUE
It's shaping up as a shakedown spring* for Nebraska's quarterbacks.
The Lamar Jackson commitment video* was an idea hatched before he even had Nebraska in his top 10. | See it here
Four-star 2017 QB Tristan Gebbia* has Nebraska in his top five.
Patrick O’Brien and Derrion Grim are enjoying their head start. | QB
Quayshon Alexander appears to be less than a lock for Nebraska with his announcement set for Wednesday morning.
Isaiah Simmons, the safety/receiver* from Olathe, Kan., who seemed to favor NU until Clemson came calling, commits to the Tigers.* | Discuss
Nebraska's recruiting budget has doubled* in the last five years.
BTN.com looks at team-by-team recruiting results vs. wins and losses.
Lamar Jackson, a four-star safety from California, announces his commitment* to Nebraska.* | Highlights & announcement video | 2016 class | Discuss
Keyshawn Johnson Jr. will announce his 2017 college choice next month and also plans to visit Lincoln for the start of spring practice.
End David Engelhaupt of Norfolk Catholic* commits to the Huskers.* | Highlights | Discuss
Tanner Farmer says wrestling is improving his quickness and balance.
01 MON
Norfolk Catholic end David Engelhaupt, a Wyoming commit, gets a late NU offer.* Meanwhile, Isaiah Simmons moves up his commit­ment announcement. | Big Tuesday | Shatel on over-signing*
Assistant coaches Trent Bray and Keith Williams get pay raises and contract extensions* through Jan. 31, 2018.
The OWH examines geographical trends in Husker football recruiting and rates the top 20 recruits of the last 10 years.
The hype surrounding the Super Bowl has grown since former Husker Roger Craig played in his first one 31 years ago.
Mike Riley got a taste of his dream job* Wednesday in South Dakota.

 
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