While Nebraska's recent draft history isn't as rich as it once was, the Huskers continue to have success landing offensive linemen in the NFL.
In last year's finale, the Huskers started three freshmen on the offensive line for the first time ever. The team rushed for 365 yards.
Believe it or not, Cam Jurgens will likely be the most experienced member of the starting quintet up front in the fall. So what's next for him?
A mailbag question wonders if there's a Husker position group beside QBs, RBs and WRs that looms as a concern. Yes, there's another. On offense.
Dicaprio Bootle, Dedrick Mills, Matt Farniok, Brenden Jaimes and Jack Stoll all performed Tuesday at Hawks Championship Center. 📸 by Gwyneth Roberts
Parker Gabriel was at Hawks Championship Center to watch five former Huskers perform for scouts. Here's what he thought.
Former Huskers Dicaprio Bootle, Jack Stoll, Dedrick Mills, Brenden Jaimes and Matt Farniok work out on Tuesday for NFL scouts.
Parker Gabriel says it's time to put together a depth chart. So let's do it.
The last thing the youthful Husker O-line needed was a change in leadership, which would've stymied continuity under Greg Austin.
Kade Warner, who began his Husker career as a walk-on before earning a scholarship and captaincy, joins Will Farniok on the way out of Lincoln.