Nebraska didn’t see much activity on the recruiting front during National Signing Day on Wednesday, getting most of that work done during the Early Signing Period in December. Still, head coach Scott Frost met with the media on Thursday.

Frost is about to enter his fourth season as the head coach of the Huskers, coming off a 3-5 campaign in 2020. He’s posted a record of 12-20 through three years and will be looking for his first winning season in Lincoln.

Meeting with reporters on Thursday, Frost talked about the recruiting landscape, position battles heading into spring practice and the criticism that he and his team have faced over the past few seasons.

The Huskers are sitting in a good spot in the recruiting rankings, bringing in the No. 20 class nationally and No. 5 in the B1G. That’s the good news. The bad news is that top wide receiver Wan’Dale Robinson, as well as key contributors like Luke McCaffrey (QB), Kade Warner (WR) and Matt Farniok (OL) all recently transferred.

But, Frost has mentioned that he can’t dwell on those losses and must start moving forward. Here’s what the Nebraska head coach had to say on Thursday: