Rhule suspends Grant for start of spring practice
Nebraska running back Anthony Grant, who led the group in rushing last season, is suspended for the start of spring practice to deal with off-field issues.New Cornhuskers
coach Matt Rhule on Monday said Grant needs to improve in academics and other areas prior to being permitted to go back to full group activities. The junior from Buford, Georgia, is anticipated to rejoin Nebraska at some point.Grant, a junior college transfer who began his college career at
Florida State, led Nebraska in brings (218 ), hurrying backyards(915)and rushing goals in 2022. He logged the most carries for a Huskers player considering that 2014 and earned honorable mention All-Big 10 honors. The 5-foot-11, 200-pound Grant made Nebraska’s scholar-athlete honor roll in the spring of 2022. He ended up 4th on the group in receptions with 18. Pass receiver Tommi Hill, who started last season as a starting protective back, also isn’t practicing with Nebraska as he addresses off-field issues, Rhule said. Hill had 17 takes on and 4 pass separations on defense, and likewise led Nebraska in kickoff returns(12)and kick return yards (221). Rhule likewise revealed 3 players are no longer with the program: cornerback Tyreke Johnson, and tight ends Chris Hickman and James Carnie.