Scott Frost confirms 2 scholarship players not participating in fall camp
Nebraska is without two scholarship players during its fall practices.
Frost told reporters Friday that Quayshon Alexander will be out for the season with an injury and that Sedrick King is at home in Florida dealing with “personal issues.”
Alexander, who has been listed as both a linebacker and defensive end, signed with the Cornhuskers as part of the class of 2016. He appeared in one game in 2017. It does not appear Frost offered any details on Alexander’s injury.
King, from Plant City, Fla., originally arrived at Nebraska in 2014. Like Alexander, he’s a defensive end/linebacker. King has appeared in eight games during his Cornhuskers, recording 18 total tackles, including two for loss. Frost indicated King’s future with the team is uncertain at this time.
Also: Quayshon Alexander out for the season with an injury and Sedrick King away from the team because of personal issues in Florida.
— Sam McKewon (@swmckewonOWH) August 10, 2018