Moses Bryant joins the Huskers as a part of the 2018 walk-on class out of Elkhorn South High School in Elkhorn, Neb. One of the most prolific players in the state’s history, Bryant is Nebraska’s 11-man football all-time record holder with 105 career touchdowns, as well as Class B’s all-time leading rusher with 5,454 career yards. As a pass catcher, he also racked up 1,025 receiving yards in his career. He was a member of the Omaha World-Herald’s Super Six, and he was an All-Nebraska member in 2017 as a defensive back. As a senior in 2017, Bryant rushed for 1,399 yards and scored 25 touchdowns. In 2016, Bryant led the Storm to the Class B state championship, scoring four touchdowns in the state title game. He had his best statistical season as a junior, as he rushed for 1,688 yards and scored 37 touchdowns on the ground, while totaling 332 receiving yards with five touchdown catches. A 1,000-yard back all four years of high school, Bryant rushed for 1,181 yards as a sophomore and 1,186 yards as a freshman, with 17 rushing touchdowns in both seasons. He also participates in basketball at Elkhorn South. Bryant chose to walk on at Nebraska over scholarship offers from North Dakota and Northwest Missouri State.