Nebraska football recruiting: National Signing Day live coverage

Now that National Signing Day is in the books, take a look back at all of the recruits that signed on the dotted line for Nebraska football, what head coach Scott Frost thinks of his first class with the Huskers, and plenty of other signing day coverage. 

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Update: 4:15 p.m.

Three-star receiver Andre Hunt announced he would sign with Nebraska Wednesday afternoon. Hunt was previously committed to USC but later de-committed. The 6'0", 175-pound receiver is from Lancaster, California.

Update: 1:45 p.m.

Another huge get for the Huskers as three-star running back Maurice Washington chooses Nebraska over Arizona State live on ESPN2. Washington is a 6'0", 190-pound running back out of Cedar Hill, Texas (Trinity Christian Academy). 

According to ESPN, Washington is the No. 5 running back prospect in the nation.

"Maybe I can be the face of the program and we can take this and go get a (National Championship)," Washington said.

Update: 10:34 a.m.

Nebraska has officially landed three-star defensive back Braxton Clark out of Orlando, Florida. See more about Clark here. 

Update: 10:30 a.m.

Hear what Scott Frost had to say on Big Ten Network about the Huskers latest recruiting class. 

Update: 10:06 a.m.

The Huskers have their third "new" commitment of the afternoon with offensive lineman Willie Canty out of Belle Glade, Florida. Canty is a 6'6", 290-pound three star offensive tackle and becomes the 22nd signee for the Huskers. 

Update: 9:35 a.m.

Three-star athlete Cameron Taylor has signed with the Huskers. Taylor had a late visit with Missouri scheduled but canceled, and Auburn made a late push, but ultimately Taylor signed with the Huskers. 

The 6'1", 203-pound athlete is from Montgomery, Alabama (Park Crossing).

Update: 9:32 a.m.

Four-star defensive back C.J. Smith makes it official and signs his letter of intent with Nebraska. Smith is a 6'3" 190-pound safety from West Palm Beach, Florida and picked the Huskers over Oklahoma, Florida, Michigan and many others. 

Smith was the first known commit of the Scott Frost era. A little more about Smith here

Update: 8:39 a.m.

The Huskers land four-star defensive end/outside linebacker Caleb Tannor from Lithonia, Georgia (Miller Grove). Tannor chose the Huskers over Florida, Florida State and Auburn. 

Update: 8:10 a.m.

Nebraska has signed four-star wide receiver Dominick Watt from Florida. Check out his bio here

Update: 7:35 a.m.

Four-star safety Cam Jones has singed his letter of intent. Jones committed to Nebraska Jan. 27 and chose the Huskers over Baylor and Ole Miss. See his bio here

 

Update: 6:45 a.m.

Three-star athlete Miles Jones and Casey Rodgers were the first Husker to ink their letters this morning. Jones committed to Nebraska in January after decommitting from Vanderbilt.

Jones is 5'9, 170-pounds, from Fort Lauderdale, Florida and attended American Heritage High School.

Rodgers is a three star defensive end from Avon, Connecticut. Check out his bio here

Until the first faxes roll in, check out a list of where the current recruiting class stands with those who signed on early signing day, and those who have given verbal commitments since then. 

 

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