|Commit date||Feb. 11, 2019|
Sutton offensive lineman Garrett Nuss announced Monday night that he will walk-on with Nebraska. Nuss is the 25th known walk-on in Nebraska's 2019 class and the 21st in-state walk-on.
"It's Nebraska. Every kid from Nebraska wants to go there," Nuss said. "I like all of the coaches that I have talked to, and you can't get a better atmosphere than Lincoln."
Nuss, a 6-foot-5, 240-pound offensive lineman, played both offensive tackle and center for Sutton.
He was on the sidelines for three of Nebraska's home wins last season — Oct. 20 against Minnesota, Oct. 27 against Bethune-Cookman and Nov. 10 against Illinois.
He also attended the Huskers' "Homegrown" walk-on event in December.
"The facilities are grade A and the football atmosphere at Nebraska is crazy," Nuss said. "It is completely different being on the sidelines for a game than just a fan in the stands."
Nuss chose to walk-on at Nebraska over scholarship offers from Division III Nebraska Wesleyan and NAIA schools Midland, Concordia, Hastings and Doane.
After a lot of thought, I have decided that I will Walk-On at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln next year!!! I would like to thank everyone that has helped me get to where I am today!!#HomeGrown #B19RedRevival pic.twitter.com/0ZCaeKO6Ck— Garrett Nuss (@GN3346) February 12, 2019
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