Nebraska quarterback Noah Vedral has placed his name in the transfer portal, a source with knowledge of the situation confirmed to Hail Varsity. Bruce Feldman first reported the news.
Vedral, a native of Wahoo, Nebraska, started his college career at Central Florida with Coach Scott Frost. He later transferred to play for the Huskers after Frost accepted the job in Lincoln. He played in seven games during his time with Nebraska, starting in two. He completed 36-of-61 passes for 447 yards and one interception. He ran 37 times for 119 yards and four touchdowns.
Vedral also had an opportunity to help the Nebraska basketball team this season, traveling to Indianapolis for the first round of the Big Ten Tournament. He spent time preparing for the opportunity before he knew if he’d be allowed to travel.
“I think it just shows the maturity of Noah,” Thomas Viglianco told Hail Varsity at the time. “It just shows that whatever role he is put into, he’s going to prepare himself. It’s hard to find people who will do that, even if it’s just for one game. For him to have the wherewithal that, ‘Hey, I might get called here in the next day or two to play Big Ten basketball. I want to go out and help this team if I do and I’m confident enough in my game to actually get on the floor and shoot some shots and help this team.’”
Vedral will be a graduate transfer and will have two years of eligibility remaining. He’ll graduate from Nebraska this May.