Nebraska Football Extends Offer to Wide Receiver from South Dakota for 2026 Season

Nebraska’s Huskers are actively extending scholarship offers to potential players in the state as they continue their summer recruiting efforts. The most recent player to receive an offer is Dveyoun Bonwell-Witte, a junior speedster at wide receiver. Bonwell-Witte earned the offer after participating in the Huskers Football Camp over the weekend. He currently attends Brandon Valley High School and is a class of 2026 recruit.

During his sophomore year, Bonwell-Witte primarily played wide receiver for the Lynx, occasionally switching to running back. He had an impressive season, totaling 30 catches for 588 yards and 5 touchdowns in nine games. Additionally, he rushed for 98 yards on 13 carries, scoring two touchdowns. Standing at 6 feet, 2 inches and weighing 190 pounds, Bonwell-Witte has a 40-yard dash time of 4.58 seconds and a 100-meter dash time of 10.9 seconds. He also excelled in track and field, helping his 4×100-meter relay team secure a second-place finish in the state, with the overall team placing fifth.

Nebraska’s offer marks Bonwell-Witte’s first from a Big Ten school after receiving offers from Kansas State and Oklahoma last week. For ongoing coverage of Nebraska news, notes, and opinions follow @CornhuskersWire on X and like their page on Facebook. Stay tuned for more updates on Bonwell-Witte and other recruiting news as Nebraska continues its summer recruiting efforts.

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