Junior-to-be Max Pirman’s days as a member of the Nebraska Cornhuskers football team are done. The removal of Pirman from the roster was initially reported by HuskersIllustrated.com.
A member of the 2011 class, the Orrville, OH native jumped around positions from tight end to linebacker, but never actually saw a single snap. He was regarded as a top 40 prospect in Ohio and among one of the top 60 outside linebackers by Rivals.
Pirman had offers from Notre Dame, Indiana, Kansas, Ohio, Kent State, Toledo and Western Michigan.
The exit of Pirman marks yet another departure from Nebraska’s roster that was part of Bo Pelini’s 2011 class. Ryan Klachko, Bubba Starling, Todd Peat and Tyler Moore represent four other absentees from the program out that came in via that class.
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