Nebraska's 2018 walk-on class just keeps growing.
The latest addition is Kearney High standout Isaiah Stalbird, who announced his intentions to join the Huskers via Twitter on Wednesday afternoon.
Stalbird, who is listed at 6-foot-1 and 196 pounds on his Hudl profile, played receiver and safety for the Bearcats, who went 12-1, losing in the Class A state championship game to Omaha North.
The senior was a first-team Super-State selection on defense by the Journal Star this fall after he recorded 70 tackles, two interceptions and recovered four fumbles. Offensively, his 22 catches went for 393 yards and a team-best six receiving touchdowns.
Stalbird received some Division II interest, and Nebraska coach Scott Frost and company offered him a walk-on spot during a mid-December event for in-state prep players at Memorial Stadium.
Now, he's No. 15 in the Huskers' large walk-on class.
Six are already listed on the Huskers' roster online. They are running back linebacker Chris Cassidy (Lincoln Pius X), receiver Justin Holm (Lincoln Southwest), long snapper Cameron Pieper (Lincoln Southwest), offensive lineman Collin Shefke (Lincoln Southwest), running back Brody Belt (Millard West) and outside linebacker Ryan Schommer (Norfolk).
Others who have committed to walking on include quarterback Matt Masker (Kearney Catholic); receivers Bryson Krull (North Platte) and Wyatt Liewer (O'Neill); linebackers Anthony Banderas (Lincoln Southeast), Jake Archer (Omaha Skutt) and Joey Johnson (Gretna); offensive lineman AJ Forbes (Bellvue West); and defensive lineman Colton Feist (Yutan).