With at least one quarterback in the bag, always a big recruit in any class, the Nebraska recruiting class now sits at five commitments. With a full class expected, the Huskers have a long way to go.
So who are the biggest targets?
Big Red Report breaks down the top three guys in our mind.
(This is not the official recruiting board for Nebraska. It's a list of prospects formed by BigRedReport.com to give Husker fans an idea of who likely is near the top of the Huskers board.)
No prep in the 2016 class has had more Nebraska man-hours put in on his recruitment than Farniok, dating back to even the previous coaching staff.
Elite offensive tackles are hard to find and Farniok could be one. Nebraska has struggled recruiting the position over the years and landing the four-star prep would be a huge get for offensive line coach Mike Cavanaugh.
He’s the type of talent that would push for a starting spot after just a year in a college program. Farniok has visited multiple times in the last nine months. Look for him to return to Lincoln next month for Big Red Weekend.
The four-star All-American has visited Nebraska multiple times and won’t announce his decision until likely the Army All-American game in January.
Nebraska made up a lot of ground during the Red-White spring game last month, but wouldn’t necessarily be the leader in a crowded pack of offers that includes Alabama, Florida State, LSU, Georgia, Wisconsin, Baylor, Notre Dame, TCU, Michigan and Oregon.
Kelly is arguably the best overall prospect in the Nebraska 500-mile radius, meaning attention has to be put on the junior. He’s likely to return for one of the Big Red Weekends.
Nebraska has higher-rated prospects on the board, but Fant is an in-state prospect, meaning you can’t let homegrown talent leave the state.
Fant is expected to make a decision in June, just in time for Big Red Weekend where he can recruit for the Huskers.