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Nebraska’s effort to rebuild the trenches and construct depth at the tackle spot will be a massive endeavor in the next couple of recruiting classes. Nebraska will have to recruit in its 500-mile radius to achieve its goals in that respect, but picking its spots with top national recruits and building relationships with them also will be essential.

• The Huskers had the Big Tens worst defense by far a year ago, allowing 6.34 yards per play, 112th in the country. As abysmal as they have been (they also ranked last in the league in sacks the previous year, with just 14 in 2016), there are a bunch of decent-looking defensive linemen on this roster. Fifth-year senior Mick Stoltenberg is a solid nose guard and a leader the new staff can count on. The Davis twins—Carlos and Khalil—are the twitchiest guys in the group and should help quite a bit in defensive coordinator Erik Chinanders new scheme, which will be more aggressive than what Bob Diaco directed in 2017. DaiShon Neal is an imposing specimen who really seems to have bought into the new regime.

Although several money emojis are spread across the cleats, green is the predominant color of the shoes. Gold is also another common color featured on the cleats, as there are three golden stripes on the outer part of the shoe to represent Adidas’ logo. In addition, the bottom shoelace features a badge that is a golden dollar sign with wings.

Two other young D-linemen that have the potential to be difference-makers down the road are sophomore Deontre Thomas, a shorter guy who can play the 4i technique (lined up on the inside eye of the offensive tackle) and has a great first two steps off the ball, and gigantic redshirt freshman Damion Daniels. I love that kid, Stoltenberg says of Daniels. Love his enthusiasm. Hes 62″, 320, has quick feet, can move. The ceiling is very high for him. Nebraska will likely wear the red and white cleats for most of its games, and it is unclear if and exactly when the Huskers will sport the money emoji cleats during the 2018 college football season.

• For a guy who teammates say hardly every talks, linebacker Will Honas has wasted little time getting folks attention inside the program, including Frost, who has noticed him doing some awesome things. Honas, who transferred from Butler Community College, just keeps showing up around the ball, and those instincts should be a big lift for a defense in need of football savvy. “In college football, it’s always good to have another running back,” Johnson said. “Grayson, he’s a good running back. I think it’s going to be great to have both us come in in the same class. I think we’re going to change it and help Nebraska be back how it used to be from a running standpoint.”

• Early enrollee quarterback Adrian Martinez turned heads in the Huskers spring game with his athleticism. The four-star from California had been committed to Tennessee but opened up his recruitment after the Volunteers fired head coach Butch Jones. Martinez doesnt look or carry himself like your typical quarterback prospect fresh out of high school; hes more like a 22-year-old. Of course, he has still never been through a college training camp or played in a real game, so wed like to temper the expectations just a bit. He and redshirt freshman Tristan Gebbia continue to battle for the starting job, but the hunch here is that Martinez is going to be a big factor in Frosts turnaround project.