|Position:||Graduate Assistant Coach|
|High School:||Victory Christian Academy|
Demeitre Brim is in his second season as a graduate assistant in 2019, where he assists inside linebackers coach Barrett Ruud. Brim played for both Ruud and Nebraska Head Coach Scott Frost while he was a linebacker at Central Florida.
Brim helped Dedrick Young II set a career high in tackles as a senior in 2018, when Young concluded his career as one of the top five all-time tacklers in the history of Nebraska football. Brim also helped Mo Barry to a breakout junior season in 2018, when Barry ranked second in the Big Ten in tackles per game en route to all-conference honors.
As a player, Brim spent three seasons at UCF after beginning his career at Virginia, where he lettered as a freshman and sophomore. While at UCF, Brim was a two-year letterwinner at middle linebacker, starting 12 games as a senior in 2016 when the Knights made a bowl game in Frost's first season. Brim also served on the UCF Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and the Leadership Board for Student-Athletes.
Brim earned his bachelor's degree from Central Florida in 2016 with an interdisciplinary studies degree in education and sociology. As a graduate assistant at Nebraska, Brim is pursuing his master's degree in higher education administration.