from Oak Grove, MO, attended Oak Grove High School where he was All-State. all-metro and a three-time all-conference pick. He also was All-State in basketball and among the state leaders in track throwing the discuss and shot put.
-Second team All-Big Eight in 1987
-Tied with for most touchdown receptions in a single game with Tracy Wistrom, when he had three touchdown receptions against Missouri in 1987
-Career statistics: caught 16 passes for 182 yards and 10 TOUCHDOWNS
JOSH BANDERAS, #52, Linebacker, 2013-16
-from Lincoln, NE, went to Southwest High School where was All-State in football and a standout in the hurdles events, shot put and discus throws in track.His dad Tom was an outstanding tight end for Nebraska from 1984-87.
-Cletus Fischer Native Son Award winner-2016
-2016 team captain
-True Freshman All-American Team in 2013
-2013 Honorable-Mention Big Ten All-Freshman Team
-Career statistics: 232 total tackles, 13 sacks and 3 passes broken up
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