Spring practice is over and the Spring game has been completed with a grueling 21-16 win for the Red team.
But the Spring game is not about which team won and lost, it's about which players stepped it up and which players may have fizzled.
The following is my measurement of five players who looked hot and five players who looked like nots.
This by no means will cover the entirety of the players on each list but they are the top five going into the Fall, and the five that may have fallen off the radar.
Enjoy the list, and as always, feel free to add, subtract, or make your comments as to what is missing!
Curenski Gilleylen came into the 2009 season with a lot of hype about speed and playmaking ability.
His inconsistency dropped him down to the scout team in the middle of the year and might do something similar to him in 2010.
We all know that Gilleylen can run—he's probably one of the fastest receivers on the team—but his inconsistency in catching the ball and running routes hurts him.
In the Spring Game, Gilleylen caught only one ball for eleven yards on a wide-receiver screen play late in the third quarter.
Two other receivers seemed to step it up past him for the number two and three spots during the scrimmage (Brandon Kinnie and Will Henry).
Going into the fall Gilleylen is pretty cold, but he is number five on this list because he has the speed and ability to make a push in the fall if he becomes more consistent.
With the loss of Phillip Dillard, Nebraska fans are looking for someone to step up in the ranks of the linebacking corps. One of those individuals was thought to be Sean Fisher coming into the Spring.
While Fisher does have the athleticism and the ability to make plays, he did not show so in the Spring game. Fisher accrued only one assisted tackle and missed on some plays that he could have had.
One play in particular springs to mind: he could have had Taylor Martinez down for a loss and instead succumbed to a stiff arm and missed the tackle.
If you want to be a starting linebacker at Nebraska, you can't let a quarterback stiff arm you.
Fisher still has athleticism and ability, but what I saw on Saturday was inconsistency, and that's something that won't be rewarded, especially with some of the up and coming talent in the linebacker position like Alonzo Whaley and Eric Martin.
One of the future stars at the defensive tackle position could be true freshman Jay Guy. However, for him to make waves, he must lose some extra baggage.
Guy played about as well as you would expect a senior in high school to play at the defensive tackle position, but he was constantly pushed around and fell to his knees on more than one occasion.
He did manage to garner two tackles out of Saturday's game, but both were on plays that came right to him.
Guy could be great, but first Dobson must get his hands on the kid and turn him into a large football player instead of just a large body on the field.
With some coaching up on leverage and that first step, Guy could be formidable, just most likely not in his first season.
I may catch a bit of flack for this, but I am just calling it as I see it.
While I still think Robinson is most likely the number three running back going into next season, Austin Jones seems to have at least temporarily taken that role from him.
Robinson may have gained an extra 15 or so pounds to give him that Castille-like frame, but he is not yet sure on how to use it I think.
Robinson only had one carry in the Spring game for four yards. Other players to get more carries include Lester Ward, Collins Okafor, Roy Helu, Rex Burkhead, Austin Jones, and CJ Zimmerer.
It looks like Robinson may be falling back in the pack, but come Fall, when he is a bit more used to his big frame I think we will see him climb back into a contributing role.
As of right now though, he is not looking like a key contributor in 2010.
Middleton was a player I thought could make headway in the Spring, but instead I think he may have buried himself.
Middleton got burned on too many plays, including a 72-yard touchdown pass, and he looked out of sorts standing on the field.
He may have the most work to do in the deepest position for Nebraska coming in 2010.
I still think he has what it takes, but he has to play a lot better than he did come September.
KC Hyland won't wow you with his speed, but he will wow you with his ability to catch the ball and make plays.
At 6'6", KC looks the part of a tight end, but is fast enough to be a red-zone type receiver. Hyland can stretch the field, not because he is fast but because he can and will win jump balls.
He won two such balls in the Spring game. Hyland finished the Red/White game with three catches for 57 yards, the third leading receiver on the White team.
Will Henry may be a senior that hasn't done much so far in his career, but he opened some eyes on Saturday.
Henry became an official deep threat on Saturday, threatening to overtake Curenski Gilleylen's spot on the depth chart come Fall time.
Henry hauled in two catches for 79 yards and a touchdown, and not only that, but he looked fast and good doing it.
The senior could come out of nowhere in 2010 as Nebraska's third official threat at that position.
The little known California native was all the rave going into the Spring game, and has become all the rave going out of the Spring game.
Images of Eric Crouch and Scott Frost popped into spectator's minds as they watch the supposed third or fourth string quarterback make play after play in the Spring game.
With 60 yards rushing, Martinez showed that he can easily make plays with his feet, but with almost 80 yards passing and two touchdowns he also showed the ability to make plays with his arm.
If there is a dark horse candidate for the starting quarterback job in the fall it has to be Martinez.
While his consistency is not there throwing the ball (only a 50 percent completion percentage) his playmaking ability could be off the charts.
Alonzo Whaley is so unheard of I couldn't even find a picture of him playing to put on here, so this is his UNL student athlete photo.
With all the talk about Lavonte David and Eric Martin next season, the player that let his play do the talking on Saturday was Alonzo Whaley.
He led not just the White team in tackling but also had more tackles than anyone on the Red team as well.
The sophomore obtained nine total tackles as well as one for a loss. He was all over the field on Saturday and made a strong case for a starting spot, at least in my eyes.
Watch for Whaley next season to burst onto the scene in a major way.
Niles Paul was the most consistent Wide Receiver for Nebraska last season, and now he looks like one of the best offensive threats Nebraska has.
Paul hauled in five catches for 103 yards, which shouldn't be much of a surprise, but he did it against arguably one of the best lockdown corners in the Big 12 if not the nation, Prince Amukumara.
Niles Paul will most likely be First Team All Big-12 next season, along with Ryan Broyles from Oklahoma.
QB - Cody Green and Kody Spano
RB - Collins Okafor, Roy Helu and Rex Burkhead
DB - Dejon Gomes and Dijon Washington
DE - Pierre Allen