The Husker wide receiver room will have some returning experience in 2021. Levi Falck announced today he will return for another season of football. Falck came to the Huskers as a graduate transfer from South Dakota.
He played in all eight games in 2020, starting four. He caught 13 passes for 122 yard and one touchdown. Falck also blocked a punt against Purdue to set the Huskers up for an easy one yard offensive drive. The only Husker wideout who played more snaps was Wan’Dale Robinson.
Nebraska wide receiver Levi Falck will be back in 2021 for a sixth season of college football. He played the second most snaps at wide receiver for the #Huskers in 2020, behind Wan’Dale Robinson: https://t.co/ID3sD3Huwj
— Sean Callahan (@Sean_Callahan) January 15, 2021
At 6’2” and 205 lbs, Falck has the size this coaching staff seems to want in their pass catchers. The offense as a whole underperformed for Nebraska in 2020, but having experienced upperclassmen like Falck to help right the ship is a good thing.