Nebraska running back and in-state product Jaylin Bradley has entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal, according to a report.
Tuesday morning, Mitch Sherman of The Athletic reported that Bradley is in the transfer database and will explore his options for the 2020 season. Bradley is a 6-foot, 200-pound running back from Bellevue, Nebraska. He will be a redshirt junior next fall.
Nebraska RB Jaylin Bradley has entered the transfer portal, @TheAthleticCFB has learned. Bradley played in just one game the past two seasons. He saw more action as a true freshman in 2017 after rushing for 2,915 yards and 50 TDs as a Bellevue West senior.
— Mitch Sherman (@mitchsherman) January 28, 2020
Bradley was utilized most during the 2017 season, his true freshman campaign. He appeared in seven games that season, getting work as a running back and on special teams. He finished the year with 93 yards on 24 carries, as well as 38 yards on four catches. He also fielded six kickoff returns for 124 yards.
In 2018, Bradley did not appear in any games and chose to use that season as a redshirt year. Last fall, he played in just one game, totaling eight yards on two carries.
Heading into the 2020 season, Bradley will have two years of eligibility remaining.