Nebraska football’s National Signing Day roundup

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LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Recruits, transfers and walk-ons across the country signed their letters of intent to play for Nebraska on Wednesday.

Head coach Matt Rhule is holding a press conference at Memorial Stadium around 2 p.m. regarding National Signing Day.

On Dec. 21, the Huskers secured 31 signees on early signing day.

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Ismael Smith Flores

Smith Flores, a three-star tight end, played at Martin High School in Arlington, where Huskers’ tight end coach Bob Wager coached for 17 years.

The Arlington native’s father is Leroy Smith, a defensive linebacker who played at Iowa from 1987 to 1991.

Jeremiah Charles

Charles, a three-star wide receiver, also played at Martin High School in Arlington.

Demitrius Bell

Bell is a four-star wide receiver from Tennessee.

The 6-foot-1 receiver chose Nebraska over Alabama, Michigan State and Kentucky, according to 247Sports.

D’Andre Barnes

Barnes is a three-star cornerback from Colorado.

The 6-foot receiver also runs track, according to 247Sports.

Sua Lefotu

Lefotu is a three-star defensive lineman from California.

The 6-foot-4 defender chose Nebraska over Washington, Arizona and Colorado, according to 247Sports.

Mekhail Sherman

Sherman is a linebacker who transferred from Georgia.

In 2022, Sherman had five tackles, including one against TCU in the national championship game last week.

Jacob Hood

Hood is an offensive lineman who spent his freshman season at Georgia.

The Tennessee native was a four-star recruit coming out of high school, according to 247Sports.

Arik Gilbert

Gilbert is a tight end who transferred from Georgia.

The Georgia native is a former five-star recruit, according to 247Sports.

Gage Wager

Wager is a 5-foot-11 athlete who played at Martin High School in Arlington, Texas.

His father is Bob Wager, Nebraska’s tight end coach.

Mason Jones

Jones is an athlete who played at Omaha Burke High School.

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