Cam Taylor-Britt is bringing a lot of confidence to the field for Nebraska when the 2021 season rolls around. That’s not a bad thing.

Speaking with reporters on Monday, Taylor-Britt said he “doesn’t plan to come off the field” next season. The Huskers cornerback plans to play every down on defense, wants to be involved in special teams and even said he wouldn’t mind being involved in some offensive packages, as well.

“I plan not to come off the field,” Taylor-Britt told the media. “Honestly, I plan not to come off the field. I’m gonna play all special teams. Some offensive packages, you can throw that in there. But I don’t plan to come off the field. I plan to give everything I have to Nebraska this year. Everything.”

Taylor-Britt is entering his fourth season at Nebraska. He’s appeared in 28 career games and piled up 89 tackles, 7 for loss, 11 passes defended, 4 forced fumbles and 4 interceptions over his career.

Last season, Taylor-Britt played in all 8 games during Nebraska’s 3-5 campaign, totaling 28 stops, 4 pass break-ups and 2 interceptions.

Nebraska still has not posted a winning record in three seasons under head coach Scott Frost. The Huskers are looking to play in their first bowl game since the 2016 season. Taylor-Britt plans to play a critical role in that pursuit.