Nebraska punter William Przystup has decided to move on from Nebraska. Per a report from Matt Zenitz of On3, the Huskers specialist is in the transfer portal.

Przystup started his career at Michigan State before transferring to Nebraska ahead of the 2019 season. He spent 3 years in Lincoln before searching for opportunities elsewhere.

During his 3 seasons at Nebraska, Przytup appeared in 26 career games and punted 55 times. He maintained a 42.5 yards per boot average and had 15 punts of over 50 yards.

Przystup had his best year in 2021, appearing in all 12 games and punting the ball 31 times. He averaged 43.4 yards per attempt and had a season long of 84 yards. He had 10 punts of 50 yards or longer and pinned opponents inside their own 20-yard line 6 times. A total of 7 punts were fair caught.

At his next destination, Przystup will have 2 years of eligibility to use.