https://nebraska.rivals.com/news/former-cal-receiver-will-join-nu-as-a-graduate-transferThe former three-star recruit Noa is a native of Hawaii and caught 94 catches for 1,224 yards and six touchdowns for the Golden Bears from 2016 to 2018.
In 2017, Noa had 76 catches for 788 yards but suffered an injury setback in 2018 that limited him for most of the season.
With the loss of Stanley Morgan Jr., Noa gives the Huskers another established playmaker at receiver, whereafter JD Spielman, NU's other returning wide-outs had just a combined 30 catches in 2018.
https://latest-daily-news.com/latest-news/former-cal-receiver-kanawai-noa-announces-transfer-to-nebraska/In four seasons with the Bears, Noa was a popular target for Cal quarterbacks, compiling 94 receptions for 1,224 yards and six touchdowns, while also contributing as a kick and punt returner early on in his collegiate career.
After sustaining an undisclosed lower body injury in the middle of last season, Noa made his final appearance with the Bears in the 2018 Cheez-It Bowl, where he recorded a pair of key catches in Cal’s 10-7 loss to TCU.
The former three-star recruit out of Honolulu, HI had his best collegiate year to date in 2017, when he caught 56 passes for 788 yards from former Cal quarterback Ross Bowers, who transferred to Northern Illinois earlier this spring.