Filed under: Stream Northwestern Wildcats Football Recruiting National Signing Day 2015: Northwestern Recruit Profiles Contributors: Inside NU Staff Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: National Signing Day 2015: Northwestern Recruit Profiles Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email Sunday is move-in day for Northwestern football's Class of 2015. 20 Total Updates Since Jan 29, 2015, 9:03am CST Follow this stream February 3, 2015 Signing Day 2015: WR Flynn Nagel By Henry Bushnell After flipping his commitment from Duke to Northwestern, Flynn Nagel, a local product, should make an impact as a slot receiver. February 3, 2015 Signing Day 2015: CB/S Jacob Murray By David Gernon Jacob Murray is a smart football player with good instincts who should benefit from coach Pat Fitzgerald's ability to coach outstanding secondaries. February 3, 2015 Signing Day 2015: LB Tommy Vitale By Daniel Rapaport Dan's younger brother is an all-state linebacker who possesses the raw tools to develop into a strong outside linebacker. February 3, 2015 Signing Day 2015: G Andrew Otterman By Zach Pereles@zach_pereles The 6-4, 285-pound lineman flew under-the-radar for much of recruiting, but has upside. February 3, 2015 Signing Day 2015: WR/S Steven Reese By Jason Dorow Northwestern's latest commit could end up on either side of the ball. February 2, 2015 Signing Day 2015: OG Jared Thomas By Kevin Dukovic Will NU's highest rated offensive lineman see the field in 2015? February 2, 2015 Signing Day 2015: CB Montre Hartage By Kevin Trahan@insidenu Learn more about NU's last-minute offer and commitment. February 2, 2015 Signing Day 2015: DE Trent Goens By Kevin Dukovic Goens brings a quick first step from California to Evanston. Will he find a way onto the field as early as 2015? February 2, 2015 Signing Day 2015: OT Adam Lemke-Bell By Josh Burton@Josh_Burton1 In Lemke-Bell, Northwestern gets a small but athletic offensive lineman who is a prime candidate for a possible position change. February 2, 2015 Signing Day 2015: WR Cameron Green By Daniel Rapaport Green, from nearby Lincolnshire, is probably the receiver most likely to play in his freshman season. February 2, 2015 Signing Day 2015: S Simba Short By Jason Dorow The 6-foot-2 Northwestern commit is listed as a safety but will move to linebacker. January 31, 2015 Signing Day 2015: WR Charlie Fessler By Henry Bushnell At 6-foot-4, Charlie Fessler will eventually have a key role to play in Northwestern's offense as a threat on the outside. January 30, 2015 Signing Day 2015: ATH Trae Williams By David Gernon Running back, cornerback, safety. Trae Williams does a lot of things on the field. But above all else, he's just a football player. January 30, 2015 Signing Day 2015: DT Jordan Thompson By Josh Rosenblat One of the highest-rated players in Northwestern's class, Jordan Thompson could bring a much-needed youthful talent infusion to the interior defensive line. January 30, 2015 Signing Day 2015: WR Jelani Roberts By Ben Goren@BenG412 NU gets speed, return ability, and athleticism from a diminutive wide receiver from Baltimore. January 30, 2015 Signing Day 2015: RB John Moten By Josh Burton@Josh_Burton1 Northwestern can thank fellow 2015 recruit Tommy Vitale for the Wildcats nabbing 3-star St. Louis running back John Moten over some other major-conference programs. January 30, 2015 Signing Day 2015: LB Nathan Fox By David Gernon Despite offers from Oregon and Mississippi State, Fox remains committed to Northwestern and has the potential to anchor a fearsome front seven in the years to come. January 29, 2015 Signing Day 2015: CB Alonzo Mayo By Ben Goren@BenG412 Northwestern adds to its depth at corner with Alonzo Mayo, a 3-star recruit from Baltimore. January 29, 2015 Signing Day 2015: DE Joe Gaziano By Ben Goren@BenG412 The top ranked player from the state of Massachusetts should be a factor somewhere down the line as an edge rusher for Northwestern. January 29, 2015 Signing Day 2015: QB Lloyd Yates By Zach Pereles@zach_pereles The dual-threat quarterback brings speed and quickness to an offense that needs playmakers. However, he could eventually switch to wide receiver.