Kade Warner, the son of Hall of Fame inductee and NFL Network analyst Kurt Warner, is primed to make an impact on college football. But unlike his famous father, he won't be doing it at the quarterback position.
The younger Warner, a wide receiver from Scottsdale (Ariz.) Desert Mountain High, announced Thursday via Twitter that he will play at the University of Nebraska:
Warner will join the team as a walk-on after catching 83 passes for 1,063 yards and 14 touchdowns at Desert Mountain last year, per 247sports.com. According to the report, his other walk-on options included UCLA, Arizona State and Iowa.
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