Nebraska adds former FCS player to WR corps
Nebraska has added another body to its wide receiver room during the offseason.
Former South Dakota wide receiver Levi Falck announced on Twitter that he has decided to transfer to Nebraska. According to the Omaha World-Herald, he is expected to be a walk-on for the Huskers. Falck comes to Lincoln with one year of eligibility remaining.
“Excited for the opportunity to play another season of football at the University of Nebraska,” Falck wrote on Twitter.
Excited for the opportunity to play another season of football at the University of Nebraska! pic.twitter.com/3es4hSPRgO
— Levi Falck (@levifalck7) May 20, 2020
Falck redshirted his first season at Nebraska in 2016 but has seen significant playing time in the past three seasons. He’s appeared in 24 games during the last three years, including all 11 contests during the 2018 season.
Last season was Falck’s least productive, totaling just 85 yards on nine catches. That came after posting career highs in 2018, grabbing 45 passes for 492 yards and two touchdowns.
The addition of Falck gives Nebraska some depth at a position of need heading into the 2020 season.