Husker WR Trey Palmer earns Second-Team All-Big Ten honors

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – A Husker wide receiver was honored by the Big Ten for his record-breaking season.

Trey Palmer earned Second-Team All-Big Ten honors from conference media and Third-Team All-Big Ten honors from coaches.

Palmer was a standout among Nebraska’s offense, breaking the school’s single-season receiving record with 1,043 yards.

In Friday’s game against Iowa, Palmer picked up 165 yards and two touchdowns.

On Saturday, Palmer announced that he would declare for the NFL draft, minutes after the university announced Matt Rhule as the program’s next head coach.

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Husker running back Anthony Grant was named as an honorable mention by conference media and coaches.

Grant, who was named Big Ten Co-Offensive Player of the Week back in September, rushed for 915 yards with six touchdowns this season.

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Edge rusher Garrett Nelson also earned postseason honors, being named a member of the second-team All-Big Ten on Tuesday.

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