LINCOLN, Neb. – Scott Frost and his staff wrapped up their first class of recruits at Nebraska on National Signing Day Wednesday.
Nebraska signed 12 athletes in the early signing period, and on Wednesday, the Huskers rounded out the first recruiting class of the Scott Frost era.
Here are the Husker commits who have signed so far:
DE Caleb Tannor
Tannor originally committed to Georgia in July but decommitted in November. The Huskers officially offered at the end of December and got him on campus in January, but Tannor was long projected to go to one of the big southeast schools. Florida State, Florida, Auburn and Alabama were considered front-runners, with several other schools offering the edge rusher. The Huskers will hope Tannor can provide some pressure off the edge that Nebraska has been missing the past few years.
RB Maurice Washington
Washington is regarded as a top 10 running back in the country, so getting him is a pretty big get for Frost and company. Washington didn't make it to campus in Lincoln until this past weekend. Arizona State was considered the likely landing spot if Washington didn't choose the Huskers, an Clemson, Ohio State and nearly every other Power 5 school had offers out to Washington.-->
WR Andre Hunt
Hunt was someone Frost and his staff recruited after being hired at Nebraska. He decommitted from USC in December and had got his Nebraska offer on Christmas Eve. Hunt visited Lincoln just this past weekend and had strong interest from Oregon State and San Diego State after decommitting from USC.-->
OT Willie Canty
Frost and his staff offered Canty last April while at UCF and drew his interest after moving to Nebraska. Canty visited Lincoln this past weekend and also had strong interest and an offer from Louisville and others.
ATH Cam Taylor
Taylor decommitted from Missouri in October and had his final visit there just this past weekend, but Frost and the Huskers offered him after the Nebraska hiring became official. Taylor visited the final week of January. Erik Chinander was the lead recruiter for Taylor, so expect to see him line up on the defensive side of the ball.-->
S C.J. Smith
Smith's brother, Tre'Quan, played for Frost and his staff at UCF. C.J. picked the Huskers over Mississippi State, Baylor and others, and had interest from a host of schools after decommitting from Florida, including from programs like Alabama, Oklahoma and Ohio State.
DB Cam'ron Jones
Jones is rated as a top 25 player at his position nationally. He had offers from the likes of Ole Miss, Baylor, Oklahoma, UCLA and several others.
WR Dominick Watt
Watt picked the Huskers over several Big Ten schools, including Wisconsin and Michigan State, and others including Florida, Oregon and Louisville to name a few.
ATH Miles Jones
Jones actually visited with Frost and his staff at UCF prior to the start of last season, but ultimately committed to Vanderbilt. After Nebraska hired Frost, Jones received his offer from the Huskers and visited just last month. A few days later, he decommitted from Vanderbilt and after another couple days committed to Frost and the Huskers. Wisconsin and several SEC schools, including Georgia, also had offers out to Jones. Jones played wide receiver in high school but was recruited by Jovan Dewitt, Nebraska's outside linebackers/special teams coach.
DE Casey Rogers
The new Nebraska staff was after Rogers right after being officially hired at NU. Rogers had interest from several big schools and took official visits to Ohio State and Alabama, although never officially drawing offers from them. He did have offers from California, Ole Miss, Vanderbilt and several others.
ATH Braxton Clark
Clark committed to Virginia Tech last spring, but decommitted in December. He visited Nebraska in January and committed nine days later. While listed as an athlete, he was recruited by Travis Fisher, Nebraska's defensive backs coach, which may give Husker fans an indication of where he's likely to line up.-->
LB Will Honas
Honas is already enrolled for the spring semester at Nebraska. He's a JUCO player from Butler County Community College and was ranked as one of the top inside linebackers available in 2018.
WR Mike Williams
Williams, like Honas, is already enrolled at Nebraska after coming from East Mississippi Community College in the JUCO ranks. Williams had offers from seven other schools. He had over 600 receiving yards and seven receiving touchdowns last season at East Mississippi C.C.
RB Brody Belt
As a senior at Millard West, Belt rushed for more than 1,500 yards, added 214 yards receiving, and scored 26 total touchdowns.
WR Justin Holm
Holm is a tall wide receiver from Lincoln Southwest who helped the Silver Hawks make the Class A state playoffs in both 2016 and 2017.
OL Collin Shefke
Shefke, another walk-on from Lincoln Southwest, is a 6-5, 275-pound defensive tackle. He had 63 career tackles and eight career sacks, five of which came in his senior season.
DE Ryan Schommer
Schommer (6'5", 230 lbs) played both defensive end and linebacker at Norfolk and finished his senior season with 61 tackles in nine games.
LS Cameron Pieper
Pieper had 68 career tackles at Lincoln Southwest and will walk-on at Nebraska as a long snapper.
FB Chris Cassidy
Cassidy, who played fullback and linebacker at Lincoln Pius X, helped the Thunderbolts to the playoffs in 2015, 2016 and 2017, and finished his senior campaign with 71 tackles, 858 rushing yards and 10 TDs.
LB Anthony Banderas
A two-way standout at Lincoln Southwest, Banderas helped the Silver Hawks qualify for the Class A playoffs in 2017. His dad, Tom, and brother, Josh, both played at Nebraska.
LB Jake Archer
DT Colton Feist
Big, physical player that helped lead Yutan to a Class C-2 championship in 2017.
OL AJ Forbes
TE Bryson Krull
WR Wyatt Liewer
Helped O'Neill to win a state championship in 2016.
QB Matt Masker
Broke Scott Frost's Class C-1's all-time passing record this past season.
DB Isaiah Stalbird
Dynamic playmaker that helped Kearney reach the state finals in 2017.
RB Simon Otte
York's all-time rushing leader and helped the Dukes win a state championship in 2017.
LB Joey Johnson
WR Bennett Folkers
SIGNED IN THE EARLY SIGNING PERIOD
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.
WR Jaron Woodyard
Woodyard had interest from Frost and his staff while they were at UCF and decided to follow them to Nebraska. Woodyard is a Junior College player who had offers from West Virginia, Tennessee and Maryland, among others.
WR Justin McGriff
McGriff had committed to play for Frost and his staff at UCF and will follow them to Nebraska. McGriff had other offers from Illinois, Florida Atlantic and Toledo.
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 Greg Bell
Bell is a three-star running back from Arizona Western Community College in Yuma, Arizona. Bell was recruited heavily by Tennessee, but decided to sign a letter of intent to play for Scott Frost and the Huskers on Wednesday morning.
QB Noah Vedral
Vedral transferred to Nebraska in January after spending his freshman season under Frost at Central Florida. In high school, Vedral starred at Bishop Neumann where he tallied career numbers of 4,561 yards passing and 2,250 rushing yards.
DB Breon Dixon
Dixon joined Nebraska in January after spending his freshman season at Mississippi. Due to transfer rules, Dixon will have to sit out the 2018 season.