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Nebraska Recruiting: Happy Early Signing Day Eve

December 19, 2018

Recruiting never stops and it's easy to miss the top stories day-to-day. Recruiting analyst Greg Smith recaps all things Nebraska recruiting news, analysis and more so you never miss a thing.


We have made it to eve of the early signing period. Less that 24 hours from now, the fax machines will be cranked up and a lot of the recruits you’ve been following all cycle long will be officially signing with the Huskers.

I’ve described the feeling around Signing Day as one that will be drama-free but productive for Nebraska. The bulk of that feeling is due to the wide belief that 21/22 current commitments will sign their letters of intent tomorrow without any problems. The one exception on the commit list is junior college offensive lineman Desmond Bland, who is now expected to sign in February.

Another reason for the lack of drama is that unless it was extremely secret, none of Nebraska’s commits took any visits to other schools during the contact period. In general with the 2019 recruiting class, once you gave your verbal pledge to the Huskers, you were done with the process. 

Just because the class is stable doesn’t mean there can’t be some excitement in the form of new commits tomorrow. There are four decisions to be made tomorrow involving Nebraska and barring any last-minute surprises (hey, it’s recruiting), the Huskers should pick up new commitments. 

Player Date Time

3-star DE Brant Banks‍ 

Dec. 19 10:30 a.m. CT

3-star OT Jimmy Fritzsche‍ 

Dec. 19 11 a.m. CT

4-star DE Ty Robinson‍ 

Dec. 19 11:45 a.m. CT

4-star DE/OLB Lloyd Summerall‍ 

Dec. 19 10 a.m. CT

Buckle up and enjoy the ride Husker fans.

Recruit Watch

>> The Huskers picked up another preferred walk-on commit when Sam Shurtleff joined the class.

>> The Huskers are ready for the next phase of the Big Red Revival. 

>> Offensive tackle target Jimmy Fritzsche will announce his decision on Wednesday between Nebraska and Clemson. 

>> The Huskers have put together some cool videos with their outgoing seniors talking about their time at Nebraska. Check out this one featuring Bryan Reimers talking about the walk-on program.

ICYMI

>> The Huskers seniors left a lasting legacy on Nebraska volleyball, writes Jacob Padilla.

>> I gave my full predictions on how the signing day announcements will shake out. (Premium)

>> Jacob Padilla gave his 5 thoughts on Wahoo at Yutan hoops.

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