11 Nebraska offensive prospects to count on for National Signing Day

Here are 11 players on offense we feel confident will be heading to Nebraska on National Signing Day.


Patrick O'Brien, San Juan Hills high school (Cali.) - If schools like USC, UCLA, or Stanford would have gotten involved, they would have had a great of landing O’Brien. He looks like one that will fit in nicely with Langsdorf’s offense.


Tre Bryant, Christian Brothers College high school (MO) – After averaging nearly 10.4 yards per carry, there were rumors Missouri was coming back around with a new head coach. Bryant quickly put it to rest on social media, saying he was 100 percent committed to Nebraska.


J.D Spielman, Eden Prairie high school (MN) – The Minnesota Gatorade Player of the Year decided shortly before the start of the season and never even considered taking a second look. He took his official visit to Nebraska in November and impressed at the Semper Fi game last week.

Derrion Grim, Rondald McNair high school (CA) – The Nebraska wide receiver commit didn’t just have a nice season. Or even what one would call a great season. Derrion Grim had a record-assaulting season. And he’s already locked up as an early enrollee.

Desmond Fitpzatrick, Waterford Mott high school (Mich.) – The four-star is taking an official visit to Syracuse, but at this point Nebraska still appears to be the leader. If friend Tony Butler ends up picking Nebraska it increases the Huskers chances. We think he will be one of Keith Williams’ guys on National Signing Day.

Isaiah Simmons, Olathe North high school (KS) -  A projected safety on Scout.com, the Nebraska coaching staff is giving him the option to play wide receiver, something that is very interesting to Simmons. He’s got an official visit in late January and has been to multiple games. We think Jan. 22nd seals the deal. He will also visit Louisville and Missouri.



John Raridon, Valley high school (IA) - The four-star offensive line says he’s 100 percent committed and that he enjoys having the recruiting process of his plate. Would his father, Scott Raridon, a third-team All-American in the 80s for Nebraska really let another Division 1 son get away from his alma mater? Raridon is actively recruiting other players like Matt Farniok for Nebraska.

 Bryan Brokop Lincoln-Way high school (IL) - A commitment who went quiet, Brokop is visiting towards the end of January according to Big Red Report sources. He did spend some time with head coach Mike Riley and Mike Cavanaugh in Lincoln during the summer.

Matt Farniok,  Washington high school (SD) - The third of what will likely be four Division I brothers, Farniok’s offer list is a good one. He’s choosing between Nebraska, Iowa and Michigan State. He’s been to Lincoln five plus times already, dating back to his sophomore year. If he doesn’t go to Nebraska, look for him to take his talents to Iowa City. 

Boe Wilson, Lee Summit West high school (MO) – An Under Armour All-American game participant, Wilson could likely play center. He’s been described as someone with a mean streak and has only taken one official visit – to Nebraska.


Jack Stoll, Regis Jesuit high school (CO) - The 6-foot-5, 225-pound three-star product picked the Huskers over schools like Texas and in-state Colorado. Stoll has a solid frame and already excels in his route-running ability. He will need to add some weight quickly when he hits campus in the summer, but Stoll has a chance to play early.


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