A true freshman, Braxton Clark has played in three games for Nebraska this season. He made his Husker debut at cornerback in the fourth quarter at No. 19 Michigan. He also saw action in the Huskers' wins against Minnesota and Bethune-Cookman, recording the first tackle of his career against BCU.
Before Nebraska (Dr. Phillips HS)
Clark pledged his commitment to Nebraska in January of 2018. He was a standout cornerback for Dr. Phillips High School in Orlando, which won the 2017 Florida Class 7A state title.
Clark finished with 41 tackles, two tackles for loss, two interceptions and a team-high seven pass breakups in 2017 while leading Dr. Phillips to a 13-2 record as a senior. He helped Dr. Phillips and Coach Rodney Wells to a 12-3 record as a junior and a 9-4 mark as a sophomore.
Clark was a consensus three-star prospect. He was listed among the nation’s top 100 cornerback recruits in the 247Sports Composite rankings and among the top 80 safety prospects in the country by ESPN. Clark had offers from Virginia Tech, Boston College, Ole Miss, Rutgers and Central Florida among others.