The NFL released its list of college players invited to the NFL Draft Combine later this month in Indianapolis, and it's pretty skimpy on Nebraska players.
Wide receiver Stanley Morgan is the only former Husker on the list among the 338 invitees.
Morgan, of course, set several career receiving records for NU and became the first 1,000-yard receiver in school history.
He told the Journal Star late last month that he's had his Combine invite in hand for some time.
Senior running back Devine Ozigbo had hopes of receiving an invitation after a strong college finale and an impressive showing at the East-West Shrine Game, but he will have to wait and see if any spots open up in the coming weeks.
Otherwise, NU's other NFL hopefuls will turn their attention to Nebraska's pro day, which is slated for March 7.
That list includes Ozigbo, offensive linemen Jerald Foster and Tanner Farmer, outside linebacker Luke Gifford, safeties Tre Neal, Antonio Reed and Aaron Williams, inside linebacker Dedrick Young and potentially others.
No invite same goal, nothings changed! The boys and I will see y’all March 7th. #NebraskaProDay— Huncho ZIG⚡️ (@TrulyDevine_22) February 7, 2019
Last year, Nebraska had five players invited to the Combine: quarterback Tanner Lee, left tackle Nick Gates, defensive backs Chris Jones and Joshua Kalu and kicker Drew Brown.