Honors & Awards
Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2014)
Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2013; Spring 2014)
Greg Hart will look to join a group of young players battling for playing time at tight end in the 2014 season. The 6-5, 240-pound Hart has made strides in the weight room during his first year in the program and will push sophomores Cethan Carter, Sam Cotton and Trey Foster for playing time at the position.
An Ohio native, Hart was named to the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll in each of his first two semesters, and carries a 3.333 grade-point average in finance/marketing. He has also been a leader in the Huskers’ community outreach efforts.
Hart redshirted in his first year in the Husker program.
Before Nebraska (Archbishop Alter)
Hart was a standout two-way player for Coach Ed Domsitz at Archbishop Alter High School in Dayton. Archbishop Alter posted an 8-2-1 record in 2012 and reached the first round of the state playoffs. Hart finished his senior season with better than 20 receptions for approximately 300 yards and three touchdowns. From his defensive end spot, Hart racked up better than 60 tackles, including a league-leading 10 sacks and an interception. He earned conference defensive lineman-of-the-year honors and was an honorable-mention Division III All-Ohio choice.
Hart was also a difference-maker on both sides of the ball during his junior season, when he helped Alter to a 10-1 record. The school completed the regular season with a perfect record in 2011, before losing in the first round of the state playoffs. Hart was regarded as one of the top 30 tight end prospects in the country and one of the top 40 overall prospects in the state of Ohio. Hart committed to Nebraska in May of his junior year and did not take any other official visits. He had several offers, including Northwestern, Indiana, Pittsburgh, Purdue, Louisville, Kentucky and North Carolina State.
Hart is the son of Thomas and Linda Hart, and he was born on Oct. 12, 1994. He is majoring in finance/marketing. Hart has volunteered his time with Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Uplifting Athletes, Husker Heroes, Husker Hotline and several local hospital, elementary school and community rec center visits.