The annual wave of depth-chart attrition continues unabated, with Nebraska the latest program to see a player leave for parts unknown.
According to the Omaha World-Herald, defensive back Dijon Washington has decided to leave the Cornhuskers. No reason was given for the decision, and to where the Lawndale, Calif., product may ultimately transfer is unknown.
During spring practice, Washington had been moved from cornerback to safety, although he presumably exited the sessions buried deep on the unofficial depth chart.
Washington played in 13 games last season, mainly on special teams. He played in one game his redshirt freshman season in 2010.
A four-star member of the Cornhuskers’ 2009 recruiting class, Washington was rated as the No. 14 safety in the country.