Nebraska loses former All-Big Ten honorable mention OL to transfer portal
Another Nebraska player is on his way out of Lincoln.
On Thursday, news emerged that senior offensive lineman Boe Wilson has entered the transfer portal. He becomes the latest in a growing number of players who have exited the program this fall.
Nebraska senior offensive lineman Boe Wilson, a former All-Big Ten honorable mention selection, is in the NCAA transfer portal.
— Rainer Sabin (@RainerSabin) December 24, 2020
As mentioned in the tweet, Wilson was an All-Big Ten honorable mention selection. That honor came back in 2018. The Lee’s Summit, Missouri, native earned that honor as a redshirt sophomore in 2018.
Wilson joined the Huskers in 2016 after receiving offers from schools such as Indiana, Kansas, Louisville and Purdue. He redshirted his freshman season and started taking the field for Nebraska in 2017.
Once he got on the field, Wilson was a valuable resource. In his first season, he took on many different roles including punt protection, goal-line fullback and offensive lineman.
He eventually moved into a starting role at right guard in 2018 as he helped Nebraska become one of the top 25 offenses in the country and Wilson ended up with his all-conference honor.
Wilson went on to start the next 12 games of his career at the right guard position. In 2020, he eventually moved to left guard. He started two games at that position while playing in just four games this season.