Former Nebraska offensive lineman Tanner Farmer has siged with the XX as an undrafted free agent. The news was shared on Twitter.
Farmer started in 11 games for Nebraska in 2018, starting the first three games at right guard and the final eight at center. In his starts at center, the Huskers averaged 478.9 yards of total offense per game. With Farmer’s help, Nebraska averaged 456.2 yards of total offense per game in 2018, the most by the program in six years. The Nebraska offensive line also helped the Huskers produce more than 560 yards of offense in four games.
Farmer received quite a bit of attention following Nebraska’s Pro Day, highlighting strong numbers across the board.
Tanner Farmer has had himself a day.
— Hail Varsity (@HailVarsity) March 7, 2019
Farmer was also known for his leadership on the team. He even went viral for comments he made about buying into the Nebraska program under Coach Scott Frost last fall.
— Hail Varsity (@HailVarsity) September 17, 2018