Junior Nebraska running back Jaylin Bradley has officially entered his name in the NCAA transfer portal HuskerOnline confirmed on Tuesday.
The news was first reported by The Athletic's Mitch Sherman.
The Bellevue West product will have two years of eligibility remaining if he goes the FCS route.
Bradley's high school coach Mike Huffman told HuskerOnline the plan is for him to land at an FCS school in June. Both South Dakota State and Northern Iowa have already expressed interest according to Huffman. SDSU appears to be the early leader for his services, as he's already got a familiarity with their coaching staff.
Bradley becomes the seventh known NU player since the 2019 season ended to either enter his name in the transfer portal or walk away from the game of football.
Bradley joins defensive back Tony Bulter, offensive lineman John Raridon, linebacker Pernell Jefferson, running back Maurice Washington, wide receiver Andre Hunt and tight end Katerian LeGrone as players with eligibility remaining at Nebraska that won't be back in 2020.