Nebraska added its 15th commitment late on Thursday night with the addition of in-state recruit Jaylin Bradley.
Bradley, a Bellevue (Neb.) West High School stand out, scored a total of 50 touchdowns his senior year.
Nebraska now has its running back slot covered for the class, though the Huskers are still pursuing other backs in the 2017 class.
Here’s how Nebraska got to 15 commitments, and what’s next for the class.
Who has taken official visits?
Sept. 3, 2016
- Tristan Gebbia – 4-star quarterback commit
- Jaylon Redd – 4-star corner; committed to Oregon
- Thomas Graham – same as Redd
- Keyshawn Johnson Jr. – 3-star wide receiver commit
- Foster Sarell – 5-star offensive tackle; will announce commitment on Saturday
- Jamire Calvin – 4-star wide receiver; will announce commitment on Saturday, and it will likely be Nebraska
- Damion Daniels – 3-star defensive tackle who is still heavily considering Nebraska
- Avery Roberts – 4-star linebacker commit and early enrollee
- Jaylen Kelly-Powell – 4-star safety; committed to Michigan
- Donovan Peoples-Jones – 5-star wide receiver; committed to Michigan
Sept. 17, 2016
- Alaric Williams – 4-star wide receiver; committed to Auburn
- Andrew Ward – 3-star linebacker commit
- Trajon Cotton – 3-star safety; not hot on Nebraska any more
- Deiontae Watts – 3-star defensive tackle commit
- Robert Porcher IV: 3-star defensive tackle and former commit; wants to stay closer to home in Orlando, Fla., so he decommitted from Nebraska
- Austin Allen – 3-star tight end commit
- Matt Sichterman – 3-star offensive tackle commit
- Willie Hampton – 3-star outside linebacker commit
Oct. 1, 2016
- Isaiah Hodgins – 4-star wide receiver; committed to Oregon State
- Jaylon Johnson – 4-star wide receiver; committed to Utah
- Joseph Lewis – 5-star wide receiver; currently leaning heavily toward Nebraska
- Chevin Calloway – 4-star corner; former Iowa commit who visited, but is looking more toward Arkansas at the moment
- Rahyme Johnson – 4-star linebacker; still being recruited by Nebraska, but it looks like he’ll go to Oregon
- Jaevon McQuitty – 4-star wide receiver commit
- Broc Bando – 3-star offensive guard commit
Oct. 22, 2016
- Greg Johnson – 4-star athlete, No. 1 athlete in the 2017 class; leaning toward Nebraska
- Taariq Johnson – 4-star wide receiver; committed to Cal
Nov. 12, 2016
- Jaquan Henderson – 3-star safety; committed to Tennessee
- Quran Hafiz – 3-star corner
- Kamren Curl – 3-star wide receiver and corner; Nebraska made his top 6
Nov. 19, 2016
- Jeremiah Holloman – 4-star wide receiver; committed to Georgia
Dec. 7, 2016
- Corrion Ballard – 4-star safety; committed to Utah
Dec. 9, 2016
- Ben Miles – 3-star fullback commit
- Isaac Slade-Matautia – 4-star outside linebacker; was visited by Mark Banker during the visiting period
- Gavin Holmes – 3-star wide receiver
Who has official visits scheduled?
Jan. 13, 2017
- Kurt Rafdal – 3-star tight end; recently decommitted from Indiana
Jan. 20, 2017
- Darrian Felix – 3-star all-purpose back; was visited by Nebraska running backs coach Reggie Davis during the visiting period
- Deommodore Lenoir – 4-star corner; former Oregon commit
- Brenden Jaimes – 3-star offensive tackle commit
Who is expected to enroll early?
All five of Nebraska’s early enrollee’s are now on campus. They are Gebbia, McQuitty, Johnson, Bando and Roberts.
Are any commitments wavering?
Not this second, but the next few weeks are the epitome of the Wild West in recruiting, so Nebraska will need to make sure its current commits don’t go wandering.
What’s this week’s best guess?
Calvin, the 4-star receiver from Los Angeles, is announcing his commitment on Saturday at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. All signs point to Calvin picking the Huskers.
The three other top targets announcing on Saturday don’t seem to be going Nebraska’s way. Five-star corner Darnay Holmes, 4-star offensive tackle Chuck Filiaga and 5-star offensive tackle Foster Sarell look like they’re headed elsewhere.
But a 16th commitment by Calvin would do wonders for Nebraska’s class, and would give Nebraska three legitimate wide receivers for the future.