LINCOLN, Neb. – For the first time in the Scott Frost era, incoming recruits put pen to paper on Wednesday.
So far, early signing day has featured a number of athletes committing to become a Husker, including four-star quarterback Adrian Martinez.
Martinez flipped from his commitment to Tennessee earlier this month.
Below is a full list of athletes that are slated to become Huskers in the coming years.
QB Adrian Martinez
Martinez is the first offer Frost made after officially be named Nebraska's head coach. Martinez chose Nebraska over Tennessee.
K Barret Pickering
Pickering is a highly rated kicker who should step in and immediately fill the shoes left by Drew Brown, who graduated. Pickering chose Nebraska over Vanderbilt and Tulane, and had interest from programs such as Florida, Texas and Notre Dame, too.
LB Cameron Jurgens
Jurgens committed to the Huskers during Riley's tenure but will stick around to play for Frost and his staff. Jurgens gained a lot of interest from other schools with his senior year performance. Jurgens had late interest and offers from LSU, UCLA and Wyoming, among others.
DE David Alston
Alston committed to Nebraska in early October. He had offers from Iowa State, Wisconsin and several Ivy League schools, and drew interest from several other Big Ten schools.
S Deontai Williams
Frost and his staff had offered Williams while at UCF, and got Williams to come play for them at Nebraska. Williams decommitted from Florida earlier this month.
DE Tate Wildeman
Wildeman committed to play for the Huskers before the 2017 season, but will stick with Nebraska to play for Frost and his staff. Wildeman drew late interest from Washington State and Colorado State after Nebraska's coaching change.
OL Will Farniok
Farniok is the brother of current Husker Offensive Lineman Matt Farniok, and committed to Nebraska back in April. Farniok had offers from Iowa, Iowa State, Minnesota, Virginia and Virginia Tech.
TE Katerian Legrone
Legrone is a 3-star tight end from Best Academy in Atlanta, Georgia. He signed his letter of intent on Wednesday morning, switching his commitment from the University of Central Florida to Nebraska.
RB Gregg Bell
Bell is a three-star running back from Arizona Western Community College in Yuma, Arizona. Bell was recruited heavily by Tennesee, but decided to sign a letter of intent to play for Scott Frost and the Huskers on Wednesday morning.