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Scott Frost's Exciting Update For Nebraska Recruiting Class

Scott Frost speaking on ESPN.

While most committed players have already signed with their respective college football teams, the early signing period runs through Friday. That means we could see some more decisions over the next few days. Nebraska football coach Scott Frost is hoping to land a few more future Huskers in that period.

Yesterday was a good one for Frost's rebuilding effort in Lincoln.

Nebraska inked 23 recruits, including big wins for four-star defensive end Ty Robinson, who Alabama was after, and South Carolina offensive lineman Jimmy Fritzsche, who had in-state powerhouse Clemson as a finalist.

The Huskers are expected to have a big class, and it might not be done yet.

Three-star JuCo players Desmond Bland and Dedrick Mills remain unsigned. Both are Husker commits.

Late yesterday afternoon, Scott Frost said that he hopes that Nebraska football picks up a few more signees during the early signing period.

From the Lincoln Journal-Star:

“Hopefully we’re not done today,” Frost said about 4:15 p.m. Wednesday. “I don’t know how much more we’ll be able to announce, hopefully there’s a couple more signatures that will be announced eventually.”

Those two are the obvious names, but Nebraska has been scouring the country for a few weeks. It isn't crazy to think there could be a surprise recruit.

The Huskers' class currently ranks No. 24 in the country. And even if they're done for the early period, there are still a few months before February's National Signing Day. Expect Frost's staff to remain very active and leave no stone unturned.

[Lincoln Journal-Star]