Nebraska defender Caleb Tannor declares for NFL draft

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Nebraska edge rusher Caleb Tannor announced Thursday that he would be declaring for the NFL draft.

Tannor made the announcement in a Twitter post.

The Georgia native played at Nebraska for five seasons, playing in 55 games, which is one shy of the school record held by Cameron Meredith.

During his time as a Husker, Tannor picked up 126 total tackles, 18 tackles for loss and 10 sacks.

Teammate Trey Palmer announced his decision to enter the NFL draft on Saturday, minutes after Nebraska named Matt Rhule as the program’s next head coach.

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