Braxton Clark’s lengthy profession at Nebraska has come to an finish. The fifth-year cornerback has entered the switch portal, Inside Nebraska has confirmed.
Clark, who was set to enter a sixth-and-final 12 months with this system, was the final remaining signee of Scott Frost’s first recruiting class in 2018 nonetheless on the crew. He appeared in a complete of 33 video games, totaling 22 tackles, one interception, 4 cross breakups, one fumble restoration and one TFL.
Clark was a three-star prospect out of Dr. Phillips (Orlando) High School. He performed in 4 video games as a real freshman earlier than enjoying in all 12 video games with one begin as a redshirt freshman. He suffered a season-ending damage throughout fall camp in 2020 earlier than bouncing again to play in each recreation in the course of the 2021 marketing campaign.
Last 12 months, the 6-4, 195-pound veteran defensive again noticed numerous motion within the season opener in opposition to Northwestern, however his enjoying time dropped off considerably after that. He wound up enjoying in simply six video games that 12 months.
Clark is departing from a crowded Husker defensive backs room that was already anticipated to see some attrition popping out of the spring. Nebraska now has 20 whole defensive backs on scholarship (eight cornerbacks, 12 safeties) and at the moment are at 92 whole scholarship gamers.
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