Nebraska Loses A Fifth Florida Player From 2020 Recruiting Class Posted by Jeremy Anderson Date: November 30, 2020 374 Views Photo Courtesy: NU Media Relations (Courtesy Of News Channel Nebraska) Nebraska signed seven high school players from Florida in its 2020 football recruiting class. Two of them now remain in Lincoln. That news became official on Monday morning when head coach Scott Frost confirmed the departure of Marcus Fleming from the program. Fleming was the fifth and final transfer of the Huskers’ 2020 Florida signees. Fleming played in four games this year for the Huskers, though he only recorded a catch in one of those contests. He had five receptions for 75 yards in a loss at Northwestern earlier in the season. “We wish him nothing but the best,” Frost said. Fleming joins Jaiden Francois, Keyshawn Greene, Henry Gray and Ronald Delancy III as transfers from the 2020 class. Marvin Scott III and Tamon Lynum are the lone Florida prep recruits remaining in the class. Nadab Joseph, a junior college transfer originally from Miami, also remains on the Huskers’ roster.