Nebraska senior offensive lineman Brenden Jaimes has been invited to participate in the 2021 NFL Combine, making him the only Husker to get the coveted invite. Jaimes was a stalwart at left tackle for the Huskers, making over 40 consecutive starts (a school record) including nine starts as a true freshman.
From the NFL.com website:
2021 NFL Scouting Combine: Invited prospects, by school
The NFL released the list of 323 prospects invited to participate in the 2021 NFL Scouting Combine, which will have a different format this year amid the COVID-19 pandemic. See the breakdown of invitees by school.
The combine will be in a virtual format this year, with physical workouts taking place at a school’s Pro Day. Interviews and mental testing will be done virtually and there will be little to no medical exams. NFL teams will be evaluating prospects much differently than they are used to doing and will rely heavily on what they see on tape and what they can learn over Zoom.
Our own Brian Johannes broke down what he saw during the season as well as the Senior Bowl and offered his analysis of Jaimes’ prospects in the pros.