Honors & Awards
» Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor (Spring 2014, 2017)
» Brook Berringer Citizenship Team (2017)
» Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2017)
Connor Ketter completed his Nebraska career in 2017, by serving as one of the Huskers' top two tight ends along with fellow senior Tyler Hoppes. Ketter made eight starts in his senior season, capping a career in which he provided valuable depth at the tight end spot. heads into his senior season with an outstanding opportunity to earn playing time at tight end, while also earning action on special teams.
Ketter came to the Nebraska program as a walk-on from Norfolk Catholic High School. A nutrition science major, Ketter earned his degree in December of 2017.
Ketter played in the first nine games of the season with eight starts. He missed the final three games of the season with an injury. Ketter provided a physical blocking presence at the point of attack. He did not have a reception.
Ketter played in nine games, primarily as a member of the Huskers' PAT and field goal unit. He also provided depth at tight end. He had an assisted tackle against Minnesota.
Ketter was a reserve tight end, but did not play in a game.
2014 (Redshirt Freshman)
Ketter provided depth at tight end, but did not see game action in 2014.
Ketter redshirted in his first season and worked on the scout team offense.
Before Nebraska (Norfolk Catholic HS)
Ketter was a versatile two-way player for Coach Jeff Bellar at Norfolk Catholic. Ketter was a two-time all-state selection who helped his team to three consecutive Class C-1 state titles. As a senior, Ketter had 17 receptions for 262 yards and seven touchdowns, while posting 89 tackles, six sacks and two fumble recoveries. He was a first-team Class C-1 all-state pick by the Omaha World-Herald, while the Lincoln Journal Star named him to its second-team Super State squad and made him the honorary captain of its Class C-1 all-state team.
As a junior, Ketter caught 18 passes for 256 yards and three touchdowns and had 91 tackles, including seven for loss, and three sacks. He was a second-team Super State choice in 2011, and earned first-team C-1 honors from both the Journal Star and World-Herald.
The son of Doug Ketter, Connor was born on Feb. 21, 1995. He has earned a spot on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll twice in his career. He has volunteered time with Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Uplifting Athletes, Husker Hotline and local hospital visits. He was a member of the Brook Berringer and Tom Osborne Citizenship Teams in 2017.
Games Played--18 (9 in 2016, 9 in 2017)
Games Started--9 in 2017