Nine Nebraska offensive prospects to count on for National Signing Day

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


Ben Stille, Ashland-Greenwood high school (NE) - Did you notice he’s from Nebraska? Need I say more? It was just a matter of when after he received his offer, not if he would commit.

Collin Miller, Southeastern high school (IN) – An edge rusher, Miller is projected by some to play linebacker and others as a defensive end. He’s liked Nebraska for quite some time and is now visiting in late January. We think an offer comes his way and he quickly jumps on it. The Huskers have been a favorite for a while.

Tramal Ivy, Muskogee high school (OK) – The junior college defensive end decommitted from Oklahoma State in December and has been on a social media binge about the Huskers. With one of his last visits and other schools backing off, Nebraska lands the immediate impact player.

Amir Watts, Phillips high school academy (IL) - The staff is going to land the Illinois All-American prep. They are the biggest team in his recruitment at this point and they get the last official visit on the last recruiting weekend. This one is N. He is a tweeener.


Greg Simmons, Fort Pierce Central high school (FL) - After decommitting from Miami in early June,  Simmons quickly jumped on a Nebraska offer. He called Nebraska the perfect fit and perfect school. Linebacker coach Trent Bray did an excellent job on this one.



DiCaprio Bootle, Miami Southridge high school (FL) – The Miami product earned an offer at one of the Huskers’ satellite camps and quickly meshed with the coaching staff. Nebraska was always the biggest school recruiting him.

Marquel Dismuke, Calbasas high school (CA) – After decommitting from Cal, Dismuke pledged his services to Nebraska a week later. A Big Red Report source told us at the time, “he’s done” and not even “entertaining offers.” He was right. Dismuke is expected to visit Nebraska later this month on an official.

Tony Butler, St. Edwards high school (OH) – The Ohio prep visited Nebraska in December and was quite impressed. It appears Arizona State is backing off Butler and the Sun Devils were the Huskers’ biggest threat. If no visit materializes, mark Butler down. It’s the reason he makes this list. 

JoJo Domann, Pine Creek high school (CO) – When Domann committed there were questions the position he would end up at? After a Semper Fi All-American interview last week, it appears he will start at safety. Schools kept coming for the Colorado prep during his senior year. He politely told them he was committed to the Huskers.

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