The NCAA-mandated dead period in recruiting ended Thursday morning, and you don't have to wonder where Nebraska's football coaches are going. 

Mike Riley is going to tell you. 

Riley posted a map on his Twitter account this morning of where all his coaches are headed on day one of the recruiting period as NU attempts to finish its class before the Feb. 4 Signing Day. 

>> Riley is headed to Omaha, where NU has commits from Omaha Central defensive end DaiShon Neal and Omaha North offensive guard Michael Decker. Neal recently said that Oregon has been swaying him. Another prospect near Omaha is Bellevue West wide receiver CJ Johnson — son of former Husker Clester Johnson. Riley told the Wyoming commit that his staff will be in touch. Johnson never got an offer from Pelini's staff.

>> Offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf and linebackers coach Trent Bray are headed down to New Orleans to see linebacker commit Tyrin Ferguson and wide receiver commit Stanley Morgan, also known as "Stan The Man," according to his letter jacket.

Could Langsdorf be scouting future quarterback prospects as well? NU tried pulling several signal-callers out of New Orleans without much success.

>> Defensive coordinator Mark Banker and defensive line coach Hank Hughes are headed to Tampa, Florida. Defensive end commit Reuben Jones is from that area. 

>> Special teams coordinator Bruce Read and offensive line coach Mike Cavanaugh are headed out to Sacramento and San Jose. Riley's staff at Oregon State long had contacts in northern California. Plus, NU tight end commit Matt Snyder is from the region.

>> Defensive backs coach Charlton Warren and running backs coach Reggie Davis are headed to Houston. Last week's commit, Devine Ozigbo, is from the Dallas area. Receivers DeMarkus Lodge and A.D. Miller could be possible targets.

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