One of Nebraska’s biggest offensive weapons has officially entered the transfer portal. J.D. Spielman will finish his college football career elsewhere as the news was made official today. Spielman has not been with the team since early March and at that time head coach Scott Frost said that he would not be a part of spring practices. Shortly after spring activities were halted due to Covid-19. Frost had said back in March he was hopeful to have Spielman back for summer workouts.
Spielman will finish his career ranked third in school receiving history with 2,546 yards and leaves Nebraska with little experience at the position. Of the eight players who caught for more than 100 yards last season at Nebraska, only four are remaining on the roster.