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Name: Nick Henrich 
College: Nebraska     Number: 42
Height: 6-4   Weight: 220
Position: ILB  Pos2: OLB
Class/Draft Year: rFr/2024

40 Low: 4.60
   40 Time: 4.68
  40 High: 4.78
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Height: 6035
Weight: 220

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC

 Nick Henrich, Nebraska, Player News

  10/23/20 - ILB Nick HenrichrFr/2024, Nebraska, 6-4, 220 (DS#17 ILB) + More +

  Changing positions on the fly is never a simple proposition. Nebraska redshirt freshman linebacker Nick Henrich is doing just that as camp proceeds and game preparations take shape for Saturday's season opener against Ohio State. The 6-foot-4, 225-pounder has been working at outside linebacker for a couple of weeks at least and, according to his coaches, he's picking it up quickly. The reason for the late switch is two-fold: NU has question marks outside and is a little bit more settled inside with seniors Collin Miller and Will Honas, and sophomore Luke Reimer forming a likely three-man rotation. Not only that, but the staff feels like it needs Henrich involved, plain and simple.

"I think, first off, he's a smart kid that can take coaching, and just overall he's a football player," defensive coordinator Erik Chinander said. "No matter where you put him, no matter what position you're going to put him in, he's a football player. He understands spacing, he understands leverage, he understands assignment and he's a tough kid. "He loves Nebraska, first and foremost, he loves the game of football, so he's going to do whatever he has to do to get on the field. Whether that's learn a new position midweek or study it from the day he got here. Inside linebackers coach Barrett Ruud said that Henrich was on pace to have a significant role last year as a true freshman before he was bit by the injury bug. The Omaha Burke graduate was limited to one game - he played primarily special teams against Wisconsin in November - and continued to deal with some injury issues this offseason. - Lincoln Journal Star


(DS#17 ILB) rFr/2024 ILB Nick HenrichNebraska
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  07/26/20 - ILB Nick HenrichrFr/2024, Nebraska, 6-4, 220 (DS#17 ILB) + More +

  Nick Henrich has now been healthy for a while, and that's a very good thing in the mind of Nebraska inside linebackers coach Barrett Ruud. Henrich, the redshirt freshman and former four-star prospect out of Omaha Burke, had surgery after an injury in the spring of 2019 and only got back enough to appear against Wisconsin on special teams in mid-November. Now, though, the 6-foot-4 linebacker is healthy and trying to crack a rotation for the Huskers that starts with the senior tandem of Collin Miller and Will Honas. "It was a big disappointment not only for him but for us, too, that he got injured in spring practice (in 2019) because you saw him really start to come on when he got hurt in spring," Ruud said in an interview on the "Husker Sports Nightly" radio program, noting that at least Henrich got to keep his redshirt season. "He's had a full year or so to really recover from that surgery and he's 100% full-go.

"He's gained 25 pounds since he's been here and he's a guy I've always been extremely high on, ever since watching his high school tape. He's as advertised and now it's just a matter of him continuing to push and continuing to develop." Henrich is one of several players trying to earn playing time. Ruud says often that he'd like to have up to four players getting regular snaps and can find roles for more than that at least situationally. "(Henrich) has all the tools needed to be a really, really good football player for a long time," Ruud said. - Lincoln Journal Star


(DS#17 ILB) rFr/2024 ILB Nick HenrichNebraska
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