Former Nebraska football commit Grant Page entered the transfer portal on Monday, and it’s possible that the Huskers could give him another look.
It’s more than likely that at this point, the Cornhuskers are not interested in adding any more players through the portal. After all, most people have been talking about the fact that the roster needs to get rid of a number of players in order to get down to the 85 player limit. But there’s Page, just out there and available again.
The wide receiver entered the portal as one of the many, many players that is departing the Colorado Buffaloes in a purge that hasn’t been seen often in the college football ranks. Considering that Page was a Nebraska football commit for a long time, one has to think he might reach out to the program and see if there’s any interest.
Of course, almost all of the staff that Page was committed to have since left the Nebraska football program. He was a Scott Frost class member back when former interim-head coach Mickey Joseph was still just the wide receivers coach.
Nebraska football commit available again
Page didn’t get on the field during his true freshman season, so he’ll still have four years to play four with whatever school he ends up. He was a 3-star prospect coming out of high school who had offers from schools like Wisconsin, Georgia Tech and Utah, among others in addition to Colorado and Nebraska.
His switch to the Buffaloes was a quick one. The Huskers had thought they’d all but wrapped up getting Page in the middle of December when Colorado announced he’d signed with them instead. It appears at this point, the receiver regrets heading to Boulder and didn’t think “Coach Prime” was well suited for him. Depending on how things shake out in the next few weeks, he could be a recruit to watch for Nebraska football.