The major recruiting services will all be featured, including Scout.com.
Here is how Big Red Report's Josh Harvey's answered:
Best offensive prospect: Tanner Farmer – After Gates, Farmer has to grade out pretty high. He has a good base and seems to use his hands to extend at just the right time to slow his opponent.
Strongest position group: The offensive line – Not only did Nebraska land three All-Americans at the position, they got a guy in Mick Stoltenberg who could project out at a lot of spots.
Hidden Gem, Offense: Demornay Pierson-El – The kid should have been ranked higher (No. 91 WR on Scout.com) than he was. It would not be a surprise to see him returning kicks next year; he's a home run threat with the ball in his hands.
Hidden Gem, Defense: Josh Kalu – The Texas product could factor in on special teams and as a safety has shown the ability to come up the line of scrimmage to cover receivers. He's best though when he is able to roam the secondary as a centerfielder.
B1G recruiting win: Joe Keels – They flipped him from his Wisconsin commitment and he also had offers from Penn State and Maryland. Throw in the fact he played high school ball in Wisconsin and it's a solid conference recruiting win.
BIG recruiting loss: Darius Slade – The Semper Fi All-American was committed for a month and called Nebraska a great fit initially. Then he flipped to Michigan State, to only end up at Ohio State on National Signing Day.
Overall Class Strengths: Nebraska needed to replenish the offensive line and they did – snagging three All-Americans in the process. In addition, they got a couple wide receivers that could play early and help on special teams.
Needs not fully addressed: For the second straight year Nebraska could have used a junior college defensive tackle. While they landed one junior college defensive back, another JUCO corner wouldn't have hurt.
Key needs for next year: Defensive tackle will need to be addressed with their 2015 two-deep all likely being upperclassmen. Beyond that, it's hard to gauge all their needs. Attrition and guys failing to develop happens to all college programs.
Best B1G class: Ohio State – The conference's rich are getting richer. Fans just need to get used to it. They signed 10 players in the Scout.com Top 100.
Best national class: Alabama - It wasn't even close. They signed seven five-star players and 10 in the Scout.com Top 100.
Make sure to check the Omaha World Herald's Huskers section on Sunday.