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Name: Braxton Clark 
College: Nebraska     Number: 11
Height: 6-3   Weight: 195
Position: CB  Pos2: FS
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2024

40 Low: 4.50
   40 Time: 4.58
  40 High: 4.65

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Height: 6026
Weight: 195

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 Data Scout Notes: 2022: NAC...2021: NAC...2020: NAC...(+) Oct 2020 Shoulder INJ/Out for 2020

 Braxton Clark, Nebraska, Player News

  07/16/20 - CB Braxton ClarkrJr/2024, Nebraska, 6-3, 195 (DS#60 CB) + More +

  As you listen to Nebraska defensive coordinator Erik Chinander discuss the importance of length and athletic ability in players, it's almost impossible to not think of Braxton Clark. After all, he's 6-foot-4 and 210 pounds. Yes, a rangy corner. "The thing about length and athletic ability is when your playing radius increases, the chance for error decreases," Chinander said during the spring. "When you're not as long, it's harder to make up for some things when you get cut out of a gap or you get a bad jump or something like that. But when you're longer, you can get away with some stuff."

A sophomore from Orlando, Florida, Clark has an excellent chance to lock down the starting corner spot vacated by Lamar Jackson, a senior in 2019. Clark is intriguing in that, although he is still considered a youthful player on the roster, he also could be classified as an established contributor. He played in every game in 2019 and started against Purdue late in the season. He finished the year with 11 tackles, an interception and a fumble recovery. - Lincoln Journal Star

(DS#60 CB) rJr/2024 CB Braxton ClarkNebraska
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