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Nebraska football Early Signing Day live updates

Posted at 8:46 AM, Dec 20, 2017
and last updated 2017-12-20 16:47:45-05

Early signing day is upon us and the Huskers are expected to see a few high school athletes sign on the dotted line to play at Nebraska.

Here's a list of the most recent signings from today:

WR: Jaron Woodyard:

Woodyard is a four-star JUCO wide receiver from Arizona Western Community College. The 5'10, 150 pound wideout officially committed to Nebraska December 10. 


QB: Adrian Martinez:

Nebraska landed the commitment of four-star dual-threat quarterback Adrian Martinez last week, and Martinez signed on the dotted line today. 

TE: Cameron Jurgens:

Cameron Jurgens has been committed to Nebraska for more than a year and made it official at Beatrice High School today. Jurgens is listed as a four-star athlete.

JUCO RB: Greg Bell:

Bell is a three-star JUCO running back out of Arizona Western Community College. Bell was a two-time first team JUCO All-American and chose the Huskers over Tennessee. 

DE: Tate Wildeman:

Wildeman is a four-star defensive end from Parker, Colorado who committed to Nebraska earlier this year, but made it official by signing on the dotted line today. He's listed at 6'6, 240 pounds. 

DE: David Alston:

Alston is a 6'5, 210 pound three-star defensive end from Woodbury Minnesota. He was recruited by the previous coaching staff's linebackers coach Trent Bray.

Center: Will Farniok: 

Will Farniok is a three-star center and brother of current Nebraska redshirt freshman lineman Matt Farniok. The 6'3, 260 pound center committed to Nebraska in April.

WR/TE: Katerian Legrone:

Legrone is a three-star tight end from Atlanta, Georgia. The 6'3, 230 pound wide out had offers from UCF, South Carolina and Syracuse.


DB: Deontai Williams:

Williams is a three-star defensive back from Ellisville, Mississippi. Williams had offers from Florida, UCF and Mississippi. 


K: Barret Pickering: 

Barret Pickering is a three-star kicker from Hoover, Alabama. Pickering committed to Nebraska earlier this summer and was the first to sign his letter of intent in this class under head coach Scott Frost.