Interesting that moving Banks to OT happened this quickly.New numbers for returning players
B. Clark - 11
M. Jones - 22
J. Woodyard - 8
M. Masker - 18
B. Perez - 40
N. Virka - 62
B. Banks - 74
New non-freshmen numbers
I. Boerkircher - 59
P. Sanford - 37
W. Przystup - 99
D. Mills - 26
T. Vokolek - 83
J. Wegener - 58
K. Noa - 9
M. Jones moved from RB/WR to WR
R. Schommer moved from DE to OLB
Corbin Ruth moved from CB to RB
B. Perez moved from OT to TE
B. Banks from DE to OT
LB Braden Sellon (Lincoln East) has been removed from the roster.
Yeah Towson is to MD what UNK is to NE. The place where all of the local BaWa kids go that do not get D1 offers. Before anyone tells me but Towson is D1. I am aware they are FCS just making the comparison. their teams are mostly made up of kids from MD.Had a close friends son who played baseball their. Good school wish him the very best.
WR Justin McGriff — The Miami (Fla.) ASA College was stellar in one-on-one drills consistently creating separation at 6-foot-5, 210-pounds and making plays. McGriff glided through his routes, and looked like a very natural pass catcher snatching footballs out of the air. It’s not a surprise McGriff was on another level than the rest on the field, given he is a junior college product that originally signed with Nebraska as a member of the 2018 class.
Senior running back Wyatt Mazour hopes to figure into the Huskers’ offensive plans in 2019. The walk-on from Boone Central High School provided depth in the backfield last fall, and this spring worked with the top offensive units.
Mazour earned a scholarship before the start of the 2018 season and went on to play in all 12 games as a reserve running back and on special teams.