Another Nebraska linebacker has decided to pursue options outside of Lincoln and will enter his name into the transfer portal, according to a report.
HuskersOnline.com reported on Thursday morning that Quayshon Alexander has entered his name in the NCAA transfer database and will explore other options. He’s the second Huskers linebacker to pursue a transfer, joining Breon Dixon who entered his name earlier this week.
Alexander is a former three-star prospect out of Wayne, New Jersey and was a member of Nebraska’s 2016 class. He was recruited by then-head coach Mike Riley.
In three seasons in Lincoln, Alexander did not see the field. He was also not listed on Nebraska’s 110-man roster last fall, according to HuskersOnline.com.
Several B1G teams showed interest in Alexander, a 6-foot-3, 230-pound linebacker. In addition to Nebraska, he also held offers from Michigan, Indiana, Iowa, Wisconsin and Rutgers, the hometown team.
There was no indication of where Alexander could potentially wind up through transfer.