In his first six years as Nebraska's head coach, Bo Pelini has signed 132 players to scholarship. As Sam McKewon of the Omaha World Herald pointed out, 43 of those players, or 32.5 percent, committed after Jan. 1.
Needless to say, Nebraska is far from completing its 2014 class as of now. It will be an eventful January for the Huskers.
The new dead period rule has made things more difficult. Pelini is a big fan of the face-to-face and in-home visits. However, coaches are not allowed to do so from Dec. 16 through Jan. 15 under the new rules.
That isn't stopping Pelini though. His staff currently has nine players lined up for official visits once Jan. 15 hits, as McKewon reported. That number will likely grow, too.
As Pelini looks to sign as many as 25 players to the 2014 class, fans will be waiting to see who will fill the final spots. Nebraska currently has 23 known commitments.
Here is everything you need to know leading up to the big day.
Note: All 2013 stats via 247Sports unless otherwise noted.