Good morning Husker fans! We’re already seeing the letters of intent rolling in. Cobby has made coffee (don’t drink it - seriously, DO NOT drink that) for the staff and we’re checking the Xitters for news and hoping for only good surprises today.
As usual, the Husker social media team came up with a clever hashtag for signing day. This year it is #24ours.
We will update this article with each commit as they sign!
Dylan Raiola - !!!!!
The five star flipped from Georgia and is headed to play for the Huskers. The quarterback room looks drastically different with this addition.
Good god as if expectations aren’t high enough already.
YES HE CAN PLAY O-LINE! Coach Rhule pulled a top player out of Iowa to wear scarlet and cream.
From Florida to Nebraska...
You can never have enough cornerbacks!
A lot of teams came knocking at his door. All this angst about him possibly going to Notre Dame is now over. He decided to stay home and we couldn’t be happier!
Our article from earlier when he first committed.
Staying here to play for the home team!
You can never have too many pass rushers.
Neil Smith’s son and Missouri Player of the Year!
Another Iowa offensive lineman is crossing enemy lines
“Legacy” seems to be a common theme in this class. Ian’s dad was part of the Husker track & field program.
Slap another Wide Receiver in this class from Bellevue, NE.
Apparently, you can’t have too many wide receivers either. After 2023, I tend to agree.
After Raiola flipped, he examined his options but decided to stick around and compete for the QB1 job.
Possibly the best name for an offensive line recruit in quite some time.
Athlete from Texas. Which side of the ball will he play on? Maybe both?
Three star safety from Littleton, CO.
Another Offensive Line recruit. This one from Broomfield and hopefully he can sweep away the competition.
Tall (6’5”) wide receiver from the beautiful state of Montana. Throw it up there!
Linebacker from the state of Florida. Was committed to Miami.
Larry Tarver Jr.
One more from Florida. Keep them coming!
A defensive back from the beautiful state of North Carolina.
Calls himself a 4.5 star kicker. We will take that!
Son of a former Nebraska legend.
Big ole OT from Las Vegas!