Coach Frost Takes Next Step to Restore Legacy
One of the tenets of success identified by head coach Scott Frost was to revitalize the walk-on program. He envisioned a 150 player roster to improve the quality of practices. The first step towards accomplishing that goal was achieved by signing the biggest and best walk-on class in recent memory. Here are the new Preferred Walk-On players, graciously provided by Rivals.com:
OL Collin Shefke (6-5, 275), Lincoln Southwest
LS Cameron Pieper (6-4, 220), Lincoln Southwest
TE Bryson Krull (6-5, 220), North Platte
FB Chris Cassidy (6-1, 210), Lincoln Pius
LB Jake Archer (6-1, 205), Omaha Skutt
DE Ryan Schommer (6-5, 235) Norfolk
OL AJ Forbes (6-3, 275) Bellevue West
WR Justin Holm (6-6, 180) Lincoln Southwest
WR Wyatt Liewar (6-3, 170), O’Neill
ATH Brody Belt (5-10, 175), Millard West
QB Matt Masker (6-2, 215), Kearney Catholic
DE Colton Feist (6-3, 235), Yutan
LB Joey Johnson (6-3, 230), Gretna
LB Anthony Banderas (6-1, 215), Lincoln Southwest
DB Isaiah Stalbird (6-1, 200), Kearney
DB Corbin Frederick (5-11, 195), Mansfield, Texas
WR Bennett Folkers (6-3, 180), Gothenburg
ATH Simon Otte (6-2, 180), York
ATH Moses Bryant (6-0, 190), Elkhorn South
ATH Lane McCallum (6-2, 195), Norfolk (Air Force Academy)
LS Cade Mueller (6-1, 225), Gretna

There are a couple of points to make here. First, there are two long snappers. Wasting a scholarship on a long snapper means one less lineman that can be signed, and I know how much you guys love your linemen. Second, there is some real quality in this lineup. Lane McCallum is a transfer back from the Air Force Academy. Moses Bryant is a three star recruit that just dreamed of wearing Husker Red. It is said that your offensive and defensive units are only as good as the scout team they practice against. Having a large, talented scout team to prep against on Monday will pay dividends on Saturday. Congratulations to all these young men, and GBR!

Source: Corn Nation