|Position:||Graduate Assistant Coach|
|Alma Mater:||Florida State & Tulane Law|
Ryan Feder is in his first season as a graduate assistant at Nebraska and will assist defensive backs coach Travis Fisher.
Feder brings an impressive and diverse background to his role with the Huskers. After graduating from Tulane Law School, he spent the past four seasons working as a football technology analyst with the Green Bay Packers (2015-18). In Green Bay, Feder assisted the head coach with game management decisions, in addition to helping the Packers’ defensive staff identify league, opponent and self-scout tendencies. During his time with the Packers, Green Bay won an NFC North title and registered two 10-win seasons. The Packers also made it to the playoffs twice, reaching the 2015 NFC Divisional round and the 2016 NFC Championship.
While in law school, Feder worked for two seasons as an analyst for Pro Football Focus, collecting and analyzing player participation data for NFL and NCAA teams and generating advanced scouting reports to target team trends and inefficiencies. The Miami, Fla., native also spent one year as an intern at Pro Sports Inc., assisting with 2014 NFL Draft preparation, including analyzing positional player contract structures and trends and researching and analyzing undrafted free agent signings and contract trends. During those three years, he also was a writer for OverTheCap.com, a website which analyzes the NFL salary cap.
Feder earned his law degree with a specialization in sports law from Tulane in 2015 after earning his bachelor’s degree in management and marketing from Florida State in 2012. As a graduate assistant at Nebraska, Feder is pursuing his master's degree in business administration.