WR | Clemens (Schertz, Texas)
Nebraska offered 6’5 and 187 pound wide receiver Tommy Bush on Feb. 9. He’s a solid prospect for the Huskers, having 25 receptions for 395 yards and five touchdowns as a junior.
Bush is considered a 4-star wide receiver with a 90.3 national composite rating, per Hail Varsity.
WR | Warren Township (Gurnee, Illinois)
Nebraska offered wide receiver prospect Micah Jones on Feb. 5 and his decision isn’t far off. Jones announced that he will be making a decision on Friday, Feb. 17 at a ceremony at his high school.
Jones recently visited Notre Dame, leading many to believe he’ll ultimately commit to the Fighting Irish.
WR | Parkway (Bossier City, Louisiana)
Another wide receiver to be offered by the Huskers is Terrace Marshall. He already has plenty of offers and even recently received one from Oregon.
Marshall is a 4-star wide receiver with a 95.5 national composite rating, per Hail Varsity.
LB | Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, California)
Linebacker prospect Bo Calvert may have just been offered by the Huskers, but he’s been committed to USC for quite some time. In fact, he’s been committed since April 6, 2016.
As Nebraska proved during the 2017 recruiting cycle, it’s possible to flip commits. Could Calvert be a potential flip? Always something to keep an eye on.
RB | Carthage (Carthage, Texas)
Nebraska will definitely need a running back or two in the 2018 class, so it makes sense that 4-star Keaontay Ingram received an offer.
He’s in demand though, with quite a few offers already on the table. Beyond that, his offers are still rolling in. Ohio State proved that by making a recent offer. However, it looks like Texas is the favorite for Ingram, so it may be unlikely that the Huskers pull him out of the Longhorn state.
WR | Mansfield (Mansfield, Texas)
Nebraska offered another wide receiver from Texas in Jackson Gleeson. He doesn’t have a long list of offers, so it’ll be interesting to see if Nebraska can overcome the local Texas interest for Gleeson’s commitment.
WR | Cy Creek (Cypress, Texas)
Once again, Nebraska offered a Texas wide receiver. In this case, the 3-star from Cypress, Texas has a pretty good list of schools interested already. He is a 3-star wide receiver with an 87.5 national composite rating, per Hail Varsity.
DE | William Chrisman (Independence, Missouri)
Nebraska offered a guy within the 500-mile radius, which has to make plenty of Husker recruiting fans happy. He has garnered quite a few offers from schools around the Midwest and would be a big get for the Huskers as they look to establish a presence in Missouri.
He is considered a 3-star defensive end with an 86.5 national composite rating, per Hail Varsity.
Erin is the Deputy Editor and Digital Marketing Strategist for Hail Varsity. She has covered Nebraska athletics since 2012, which has included stops at Bleacher Report, Cox Media Group’s Land of 10, and even Hail Varsity (previously from 2012-2017). She has also been featured on the Big Ten Network, NET’s Big Red Wrap-Up, and a varsity of radio shows nationwide. When not covering the Huskers, Erin is probably at Chipotle.