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9-4, 2nd in Big Ten - West
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First 2018 class rankings: Nebraska

The Cornhuskers continue to build on 2017's top-25 class with even more momentum to the start of 2018.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

There are currently 25 total ESPN 300 commitments in the Big Ten, all coming from Penn State, Ohio State, Michigan, Nebraska and Maryland. Penn State has the most with eight ESPN 300 commitments followed by Ohio State with seven, Michigan with five, Nebraska holding four and Maryland with one.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Nebraska is currently holding on to the No. 10 ranked recruiting class in 2018. Coach Mike Riley and his staff have four ESPN 300 commitments, including receiver Manuel Allen, athlete Eric Fuller Jr., Brendan Radley-Hiles and tight end Cameron Jurgens. The four ESPN 300 commitments already in the 2018 class is the same number of ESPN 300 commitments Nebraska had in the entire 2017 class.

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9dBrian Bennett

Transfer QB T. Lee gets Huskers' starting nod

Tanner Lee will be the starting quarterback for Nebraska. Lee, who sat out last season after transferring from Tulane, had a strong performance at the Cornhuskers' spring game.

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11dAdam Rittenberg

Make-or-break players: Nick Gates

The junior left tackle will become even more important in Nebraska's offense this coming season with a pocket passer behind him.

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Legend (Colo.) High defensive end Tate Wildeman announced his verbal commitment to Nebraska Sunday morning, giving the Huskers their third Class of 2018 commitment of the weekend and seventh overall. Wildeman chose Nebraska over Colorado State, Arizona State, Iowa, Oklahoma State and Washington State, among others. (Courtesy: @tatethegreat68/Twitter)

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Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

In light of Nebraska's recruiting success this weekend, it's easy to imagine a sideline at the spring game next year full of official visitors, on track to be allowed in April through June 2018. Look for coach Mike Riley to limit numbers, though. With no chance to sign visiting prospects until the following December, Nebraska plans to primarily host spring official visitors only from whom it feels a good chance exists to get a commitment. "You're going to have to know the player real well," the coach said this week. If a recruit leaves Lincoln undecided after a spring official, Riley said, "that's not a good situation."

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27dTom Luginbill

Freshman stars: Tyjon Lindsey

The lack of depth at receiver in Lincoln combined with Lindsey's electric ability in the return game provide a great opportunity for him to become a playmaker next season.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Les Miles, speaking at Nebraska, says he "is probably a better coach today than when I left LSU" in September. Miles reiterated that he still wants to coach in college.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Les Miles brought his hat to Nebraska this weekend. The former LSU coach is speaking at the Cornhuskers' spring clinic. Early in his address, he grabbed a familiar white hat -- only this one is adorned with a red "N." Miles' son, Ben, will join the Huskers as a scholarship fullback in August.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

DB Verone McKinley wants to visit Nebraska, A&M, LSU, Oklahoma, Clemson, Alabama, and maybe Penn State before making his decision.

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40dDan Murphy

Nebraska receivers got jump start on new role

De'Mornay Pierson-El and Stanley Morgan Jr. started prepping for being Nebraska's veteran leaders at receiver before they were actually veterans.

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