|Position:||Graduate Assistant Coach|
A former standout defensive tackle, Chuka Ndulue is in his first season as a graduate assistant at Nebraska in 2018. Ndulue came to Lincoln after serving as a volunteer assistant to the defense at Oklahoma, his alma mater. He helped the Sooners win the 2017 Big 12 Conference title and play in a 2018 College Football Playoff semifinal.
Ndulue played collegiately at Oklahoma from 2010 to 2014 and was a team captain and three-year starter for the Sooners. He totaled 140 tackles in his career, including 17.0 for loss and 12.0 sacks. A two-time second-team All-Big 12 selection, Ndulue set an Oklahoma defensive lineman record with 15 tackles in a game. He helped the Sooners to a 51-15 record in his career and won three bowl games and a pair of Big 12 titles.
Following his Oklahoma career, Ndulue participated in the National Football League Players Association Collegiate Bowl before signing with the Denver Broncos. He spent a total of three seasons in the NFL before entering the coaching ranks.
Ndulue earned his degree in sociology from Oklahoma in 2014.