Total: 24; Freshmen: 22; Junior College Transfers: 2
By State:  Texas (4): Brown (Southlake), Kalu (Houston), Mosley (Pflugerville); Stewart (Klein); Nebraska (3): Foster, Gifford (Lincoln), Stoltenberg (Gretna); Florida (3): Darlington (Apopka), Jones (Jacksonville), King (Plant City); Louisiana (3): Irons, Tolbert, Walton (New Orleans); Illinois (2): Farmer (Highland), Wilbon (Chicago); Missouri (2): Akinmoladun (Grandview), Harrison (Lee's Summit); Alabama (1): Wills (Lineville); Georgia (1): Bush (Alpharetta); Kansas (1): Newell (Hiawatha); Mississippi (1): Cockrell (Columbus); Nevada (1): Gates (Las Vegas); Virginia (1): Pierson-El (Alexandria); Wisconsin (1): Keels (Kenosha).

By Position (First Position Listed): 
Offense (13): QB-Bush, Darlington; RB-Stewart, Wilbon; WR-Harrison, Irons, Pierson-El, Tolbert; TE-Akinmoladun; OL-Farmer, Foster, Gates, Stoltenberg, Defense (10): DL-Keels, King, Newell, Wills; LB-Walton; DB-Cockrell, Gifford, Jones, Kalu, Mosley Kicker (1): Brown

Walk-Ons
Noah Arneson  Omaha, Neb.        
Alex Boryca Cozad, Neb.                              
Cole Conrad Fremont, Neb.                          
Ryan Freudenburg       Norfolk, Neb.                  
Nolan Graham Firth, Neb.                              
Blake Holtmeier Kearney, Neb.                         
Cameron Jakub Columbus, Neb.                        
Matt Jarzynka Loup City, Neb.                        
Bo Kitrell Ashland, Neb.                          
Creighton Koley Omaha, Neb.                           
Nate Meduna Wahoo, Neb.                    
Trent Ortmeier West Point, Neb.                      
Dylan Owen  Westchester, N.Y.                     
Brady Pelzer Bellevue, Neb.                         
Garrett Poppen Giltner, Neb.                          
Bryan Reimers Lincoln, Neb.                           
Austin Rose   Lincoln, Neb.                       
Jack Van Almen Rochester Hills, Mich.        


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