Nebraska has hit another home run out of the transfer portal. Just a day after landing former Texas quarterback Casey Thompson, the Huskers have added incredible talent to the wide receiver room.

Former LSU wide receiver Trey Palmer has announced his transfer to Nebraska. He announced his decision in a post on Instagram. The former 4-star prospect was a member of LSU’s 2019 recruiting class.

This past season, Palmer hauled in 30 receptions for 344 yards and 3 touchdowns for the Tigers. He also spent time returning kickoffs and punts during his time in Baton Rouge.

Palmer has versatility and can do multiple things for the Huskers on the offensive side of the football and in special teams. He should be a good target for Williams, assuming the former OU starter wins the job in Lincoln.

Over this 3-year run at LSU, Palmer totaled 458 receiving yards, 394 kickoff return yards and 188 punt return yards. He has scored 4 total touchdowns in a Tiger uniform.

The Huskers are coming off a 3-9 season in 2021 and still have yet to make a bowl game under head coach Scott Frost. Nebraska is looking to find a spark in 2022 that turns the tide and send the program in the right direction.

Adding Thompson and Palmer to the roster certainly is a step in the right direction.