Scott Frost satisfied with National Signing Day results

Scott Frost joins the media at national signing day press conference. 

No other college football staff may have been more busy these past couple months than Scott Frost and his squad.

Leaving one UCF program with a perfect season, to then going half across the nation inheriting a 4–8 Big Red team in desperate need for improvements.

Well national signing day proved to be a big mile marker for coach Frost's work, as the Huskers welcomed in one of the best recruiting classes in the Big 10.

Among the newcomers are six four star rated players, ranging all across the board with eight on offense, 10 on defense, and one for special teams.

Frost had eight players follow him from his old college state in Florida, to his old stomping grounds.

Some of the big names fans could see at Memorial Stadium are:

Willie Canty OL 6-6 290 Belle Glade, Fla. Glades Central.

Braxton Clark DB 6-3 180 Orlando, Fla. Dr. Phillips.

Andre Hunt WR 6-0 175 Palm Dale, Calif. Paraclete.

Cam'ron Jones DB 6-1 200 Mansfield, Texas Mansfield HS.

Miles Jones ATH 5-9 170 Miramar, Fla. American Heritage HS.

Casey Rogers DL 6-5 250 Syracuse, N.Y. Westhill HS/Old Farms Prep School (Avon, Conn.).

CJ Smith DB 6-3 190 West Palm Beach, Fla. Oxbridge Academy.

Caleb Tannor OLB 6-3 225 Stone Mountain, Ga. Miller Grove HS.

Cam Taylor DB 6-0 190 Montgomery, Ala. Park Crossing HS.

Maurice Washington RB 6-1 190 Stockton, Calif. Trinity Christian Academy (Texas).

Dominick Watt WR 6-1 200 Hollywood, Fla. Miramar HS.

Coach Frost also brought in several local walk-on's from central Nebraska, including:

Kearney Catholic quarterback Matt Masker, Kearney wide receiver Isiah Stalbird, York running back Simon Otte, and North Platte tight end Bryson Krull.

These Husker newbies will first see action at memorial stadium Apr. 21, at 11:00 a.m. in the 2018 Red vs. White spring game.

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