Dedrick Mills wrapped up his second season in Lincoln Friday night, but his plans for the future are still a question mark for the time being.

Mills began his collegiate career at Georgia Tech in 2016. As a freshman, Mills ran for 771 yards and 12 touchdowns before eventually leaving the program. In 2018, Mills spent a year at community college before winding up under Scott Frost at Nebraska to start 2019.

In two seasons with the Huskers, Mills has rushed for 1,141 yards and 13 touchdowns in 18 games played. Mills also completed his fourth season on Friday which would usually complete his collegiate career.

However, the NCAA has granted a blanket year of eligibility to every player in 2020 due to the COVID pandemic. Mills has the option of returning for another year with the Huskers or bypassing the extra eligibility and heading to the NFL.

After the win over Rutgers, Mills was asked about his plans. He decided against disclosing his immediate plans but said he will have something out soon:

Stay tuned to see what is next for Mills.