Spectacular Spectacular!
Good morning Husker faithful! We’ve got a signing day lined up for you that will be replete with dramatic announcements, hopefully the bulk of which will require champagne! Signing day hasn’t always been good to the Huskers, but Fearless Leader Scott Frost and his Superlative Staff have us in good position with a bunch of recruits. Hopefully we can pull at least one of these guys, maybe more. We’re anxiously awaiting announcements from the following prospects:
Cam Taylor – 9:00AM
Maurice Washington – 1:45pm on ESPN2
Javontae Jean-Baptiste – 7:00-8:30AM
Jarrett Bell – 3:00PM on ESPN
Otitio Ogbonnia – 10:00AM
Andre Hunt – 3:00 PM on FOX Sports West
Ken Montgomery – 8:40AM
Taiyon Palmer – 8:00AM or 1:30PM, have conflicting reports
Willie Canty III – 9:30AM
Caleb Tannor – 7:45AM
Jalan Robinson TBD
Some of these guys will be N, others will just wish they were.

We’ll also be anxiously watching the fax machine to see faxes from the following commits:
Cam’ron Jones
C.J. Smith
Dominick Watt
Miles Jones
Casey Rogers
Braxton Clark
York Nebraska’s Masry Mapieu will not be signing with the Huskers. He could not get his ACT high enough to automatically qualify. He will be enrolling at Iowa Western Community College. I don’t believe the book is written on Mapieu, there’s just going to be a few extra chapters is all.
The following walk-ons should be faxing in paperwork as well:
Corbin Frederick
Isaiah Stalbird
Anthony Banderas
Joey Johnson
Simon Otte
Bennett Folkers
Moses Bryant
What an incredible walk-on class this year, eh?
Now, just a reminder, these are kids, making difficult personal decisions. When I was seventeen, I made the decision to wear a mullet and burn smiley faces into my forearm with a cigarette lighter. So be easy on them. Virtually any university they choose will take care of their personal and professional growth (well except for Michigan State, Baylor, or Penn State). Let’s just wish these kids well, no matter the decision, and not base our self esteem and whether or not to drink ourselves to oblivion with cheap gin on their choices.
Entering the day, the Husker recruiting class is sitting at 25th, fourth in the B1G. I hope the staff can hold serve today, keeping this class inside the top 25. Coupled with the outstanding walk-on group, there’s a lot of potential in this class. Let’s sit back and see how the chips fall!

Source: Corn Nation