Trey Palmer earns Reese's Senior Bowl recognition for record-breaking performance
Trey Palmer went off against Purdue even though Nebraska lost 43-37. His play is starting to get recognition from around the country, especially with the Reese’s Senior Bowl.
Palmer had an incredible showing against the Boilermakers. He had 237 yards receiving and 60 yards rushing with 2 total touchdowns. The Reese’s Senior Bowl highlighted him as a player whose stock is on the rise.
The Nebraska wideout now also leads the country in yards receiving with 781.
📈📈📈WR Trey Palmer @treythekiid3 from @HuskerFBNation brought in 7 receptions for 237 yards and 2 TDs over the weekend. Also racked up 60 rushing yards. #Huskers #GBR #StocksGoingUp #TheDraftStartsInMOBILE™️ pic.twitter.com/BjAvfbbNwb
— Reese’s Senior Bowl (@seniorbowl) October 18, 2022
Palmer’s stock could rise even more if he decides to stay in Lincoln after this season. It might benefit him to wait and see who the next head coach is going to be.
If Mickey Joseph can get Nebraska to a bowl game it would go a long way for the program. The Huskers are now 3-4 after loss the to Purdue.
The last five games on the schedule are Illinois, Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Iowa.