Cracking the rotation of Nebraska receivers was going to be a major challenge this year.

Between the likes of Jordan Westerkamp, De’Mornay Pierson-El, Brandon Reilly, Stanley Morgan and Alonzo Moore, Nebraska might have the best group of wideouts in the B1G. True freshmen receivers aren’t likely to see the field in 2016.

Derrion Grim was one of them. But that won’t be the case anymore.

Grim surprisingly announced his decision to transfer late on Wednesday night:

Grim was set to be one of the wideouts of the future after Westerkamp, Reilly and Moore leave Lincoln after the 2016 season. The Stockton, Calif. native was a former three-star recruit who had impressed the coaches staff in camp.

According to the Journal Star, Grim never felt comfortable at Nebraska, and his transfer wasn’t related to playing time.

Whatever the case, that’s more tough news to hear for the Huskers, who are one of the more popular bounce-back candidates nationally following a 6-7 season.

It hasn’t been the August that Nebraska was hoping for.  The Huskers already lost offensive lineman Jerald Foster for the season. Last week, Nebraska receivers coach Keith Williams was suspended four games for his third DUI.

Grim was recruited by Williams, but it’s unknown whether or not that played any role in his decision.