The Nebraska Cornhuskers added yet another offensive lineman to the 2024 class thanks to Nolan Fennessy walking on, on Monday night.
Norfolk Catholic lineman Nolan Fennessy is just the latest walk-on commit Matt Rhule and company have added, as we start to wind down the 2024 recruiting cycle. It was just a few days ago that the Huskers added a quarterback in Bode Soukup and now they’ve gotten an additional offensive lineman.
Fennessy hails from Norfolk Catholic and was certainly under the radar as his biggest scholarship offer came from Wayne State.
However, he’ll now be able to live what was likely a live long dream by saying he’s a member of the Nebraska Cornhuskers.
More Nebraska Cornhuskers news
- As the Nebraska Cornhuskers volleyball team gears up for a clash of the titans against the Wisconsin Badgers this Saturday, they continue to take home weekly honors. On Monday, Lexi Rodriguez was named the Big Ten defensive player of the week.
- The Nebraska football team got a bit of good news during Matt Rhule’s press conference on Monday afternoon. Luke Reimer, who has missed the last two games is not only out of the hospital but will play against Northwestern.
- There was interesting news on the offensive side of the ball as well as Rhule said that freshman wide receiver Malachi Coleman will get his first start of the season and his career. Coleman gets the start in place of the injured Marcus Washington, who will miss the rest of the year.
- Speaking of that game against Northwestern, the Nebraska Cornhuskers are opening the week as 12.5-point favorites over the Wildcats. Perhaps that’s one of the reasons that Rhule made it clear that he doesn’t want his team overlooking the conference rival at all. He doesn’t want them to think this game will be an easy one. It rarely is for the Nebraska Cornhuskers against Northwestern.