Former Husker Kade Warner transferring to Kansas State

A former walk-on, Warner was placed on scholarship for the 2020 season, and he was also voted a captain by his teammates. He played in every game with four starts at wide receiver, catching five passes for 40 yards.

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — Former Nebraska wide receiver Kade Warner is moving from the Big Ten to the Big 12.

Kade Warner announced his commitment to Kansas State on Monday. The former Husker captain was one of several players to leave the program in January.

A former walk-on, Warner was placed on scholarship for the 2020 season, and he was also voted a captain by his teammates. He played in every game with four starts at wide receiver, catching five passes for 40 yards.

He’s the son of NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner.

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