Danger Sign Two Former Huskers
Article posted on: 2011-10-18 00:00:00
The Nebraska Danger add two former Huskers to their roster in prepartion for the 2012 season. The Danger add Frantz Hardy, a 5’11" 190 lbs. wide receiver and Brandon Johnson, a 6’4" 315 lbs. defensive lineman.
Hardy played for the University of Nebraska in 2005 - 08. He was undrafted in the 2008 NFL Draft and was cut from the Philadelphia Eagles in August 2008 due to a leg injury.
Johnson provided depth in the Nebraska defensive front in 2006 and 2007. The 6-3, 315-pound Johnson played in a total of 13 games during his two-year Husker career, including seven as a senior in 2007. The two-year letterman was in on three assisted tackles, one each against Texas A&M, Texas and Kansas, in 2007. Johnson also served in a reserve role on the defensive line in 2006 and saw action as a blocker on extra-point and field goal units. Johnson recorded an assisted tackle against Nicholls State.
Other signings as of October 18, 2011 include:
Nicholas Taylor - DB - Florida International University
Taurean Charles - DE/LB - University of Florida
JocQues Richardson - DB - University of Florida
Chris Marshall - WR - Univ. Tennessee Chattanooga
Terry Freeman - OL - Univ. Mississippi/Buccaneers/Browns
Juan Garnier - DL - Ohio State
Maurice Dupree - WR - Jacksonville State Univ./Jaguars
Jamari McCollough - DB - Univ. Maryland
Eric Gray - RB/DB - University of Alabama
Daniel Libre - RB - Univ. of Hawaii/CFL
Anthony Atkins - DL - Univ. of Washington
Corey Clark - DL - Jackson State University
Re-signed from the 2011 roster: