CN is going to track Nate Swift throughout the 2008 season to update Husker fans as to where he is on the all-time receiving charts.
He entered this season in fourth-place in all-time receptions with 103. He was at number three in career receiving yardage at 1,535 and third in career 100 yard games.
Against San Jose State, Swift finished with six receptions for 70 yards, therefore no change from last week.
|1. Johnny Rodgers||WB||1970-72||10|
|2. Irving Fryar||WB||1981-83||5|
|2. Nate Swift||WR||2005-present||5|
|4. Maurice Purify||WR||2006-07||4|
|5. Tracey Wistrom||TE||1998-2001||3|
No change in touchdown receptions this week.
|1. Johnny Rodgers||WB||1970-72||25|
|2. Maurice Purify||WR||2006-07||16|
|3. Jon Bostick||SE||1989-91||15|
|4. Nate Swift||WR||2005-present||14|
|4. Todd Millikan||TE||1985-88||14|
|4. Bobby Thomas||SE||1974-76||14|
Swift passed Marlon Lucky for third in All-Time receptions. He is now 29 behind Johnny Rodgers. Marlon Lucky had zero receptions this week.
|1. Johnny Rodgers||WB||1970-72||143||2,479||17.3||25|
|2. Terrence Nunn||WR||2004-07||136||1,762||12.9||11|
|3. Nate Swift||WR||2005-present||114||1,726||15.1||14|
|4. Marlon Lucky||IB||2005-present||111||1,123||10.1||4|
|5. Matt Davison||SE||1997-2000||93||1,456||15.7||6|