Martinez is a four-star prospect from Fresno, Calif., who pledged to Tennessee in May and remained committed throughout the Vols' decades-long coaching search. He was offered a scholarship by Nebraska the same day Frost was introduced and visited Lincoln five days later on Dec. 8. And on Wednesday, the eighth-ranked dual-threat quarterback in the 2018 class officially flipped to the Huskers
Now that the Scott Frost's top 2018 recruiting target is committed, here are five remaining targets.
Taiyon Palmer — CB
Taiyon Palmer is a four-star (247Sports) cornerback from Lawrenceville, Ga., who decommitted from Duke on Nov. 30 and was offered by Nebraska on Dec. 13, 10 days after Frost was introduced.
The 6-foot-, 178-pounder is the 28th-ranked corner in the class and No. 272 overall player. He also carries offers from Virginia Tech and Vanderbilt, among others, and is scheduled to visit Vandy this weekend.
As of Thursday, Nebraska had zero cornerbacks committed for 2018.
Cam'Ron Jones — S
Scott Frost has made four-star safety Cam'Ron Jones a major priority. The 6-foot, 200-pounder was offered four days after Frost was introduced, has been visited by the staff and will visit Lincoln this weekend.
Jones — from Mansfield, Texas — is the 25th-ranked safety in the class. He's a long, athletic playmaker with 4.5 speed who also carries offers from Ole Miss, UCLA and others. He's scheduled to visit Ole Miss in January.
Greg Bell — RB
Arizona Western College running back Greg Bell is an instant-impact player whose recruiting has picked up significantly over the last month.
The three-star prospect committed to Louisville in late August but pulled it back a month later and has since been offered by Utah and Tennessee and visited Nebraska (Dec. 8). He's an elusive all-purpose back that plays bigger than his frame (6-foot, 200 pounds) and could give the Huskers' offense some much-needed reliability next season.
Tommy Bush — WR
Tommy Bush is one of many huge pass-catchers Frost is chasing. The 6-foot-5, 191-pounder from Schertz, Texas, is a four-star recruit and the 37th-ranked receiver in the country.
Rumors (and 247Sports crystal ball predictions) have him leaning toward Texas and Michigan State (also offered by Florida this week and is scheduled to visit Georgia this weekend) but Frost could put on the full-court press to get another big playmaker that have historically thrived in his offenses.
Dominick Watt — WR
Another receiver, Dominick Watt was offered by Nebraska on Dec. 5 and is scheduled to visit this weekend. At 6-foot-1, 200 pounds, the three-star product from Hollywood, Fla., is not as big as Bush or some of the Huskers' other targets but he's physical and can make plays in traffic.
He also has offers from Florida, Georgia and Miami, and has visited Miami twice.