For the fourth time in roughly a week, a Nebraska football player has left Scott Frost‘s program.
Multiple media outlets reported Tuesday morning Jaylin Bradley is set to leave the Cornhuskers. A short time ago, a Nebraska football official confirmed that the redshirt sophomore running back is listed in the NCAA transfer database.
At this point, it’s unclear if Bradley will be leaving as a graduate transfer. If Bradley has to sit out the 2020 season, he would then have one season of eligibility to use in 2021.
A three-star member of Nebraska’s 2017 recruiting class, Bradley was rated as the No. 3 player in the state of Nebraska regardless of position. Showing promise as a true freshman, Bradley ran for 93 yards on 24 carries as well as catching four passes for another 38 yards in seven appearances. He also returned six kicks for 124 yards.
The next two seasons, however, Bradley played in just one game. He carried the ball twice for eight yards in his lone 2019 appearance.
In addition to Bradley, cornerback Tony Butler announced on Twitter late last week that he has entered the transfer database. On top of that, linebacker Pernell Jefferson, a three-star 2016 signee, entered the portal last Wednesday. Days before that, offensive lineman John Raridon decided to retire from football to pursue a career in architecture.
According to the Lincoln Journal-Star, all of the departures leave Nebraska football with 84 players on scholarship. That’s one under the NCAA-mandated limit of 85 scholarship players.