Nebraska native Max McShane joined the Husker football program as a walk-on during winter conditioning. McShane worked on the offensive line in the spring and will enter fall camp as a reserve tackle behind projected starters Lydon Murtha and Jaivorio Burkes. McShane first enrolled at Nebraska in August of 2006 and was a member of the Huskers’ track and field team in 2006-07.
2006-07 (Nebraska Track and Field Team)
McShane spent his first year at Nebraska as a member of the Husker track team.
Before Nebraska (Elkhorn HS)
McShane played offensive tackle and defensive guard for Nebraska Class B prep powerhouse Elkhorn. McShane helped Coach Mark Wortman’s squad to three district championships.
A three-sport athlete, McShane also competed in basketball and track during his high school career. In track, McShane placed third in the shot put at the 2006 Nebraska Class A state meet with a throw of 57-7. Earlier in his senior season he threw a personal-best 58-8 1/4, the fourth-longest throw in the Nebraska prep ranks in 2006.
McShane is the son of Tom and Susan McShane and he was born on June 23, 1988. He is majoring in political science.