Nebraska football recruiting profiles have been updated to reflect the school’s latest scholarship offer.
The Nebraska coaching staff has made a number of changes to their 2017 recruiting class, including signing five-star defensive end Alex Kinemans to a four-year, $16.5 million contract, while recruiting two-star running back Jalen Jones to a three-year deal.
Former Nebraska running back Jameson Brown, who committed to the Cornhuskers last month, is expected to sign with the school this week.
The Nebraska football coaching staff also signed five-stars defensive tackle Jordan Jones and defensive end Darnell Walker to five-year deals.
New Nebraska defensive coordinator Mike DeBartolo and offensive line coach Mike Williams will be joining the coaching staff.
The Huskers will enter the 2017 recruiting cycle with seven commitments for the 2017 class.
The 2016 recruiting class ranked second nationally in total scholarships and third in total class size.
Nebraska was No. 1 in the nation in total scholarship money, second in total classes and sixth in the country in total number of commitments.