As the Nebraska Cornhuskers continue to add to its 2020 recruiting class, the program officially said goodbye to a former four-star player. Breon Dixon has finally announced his transfer destination
Dixon originally began his collegiate career with Ole Miss, but entered the transfer portal after one season.
The four-star linebacker took his talents to Nebraska after his freshman year at Ole Miss. It was a huge addition for the Cornhuskers since Dixon was the No. 12 inside linebacker from his class, per 247Sports.
Entering the NCAA transfer portal isn’t anything new for Dixon, however, the final result is quite different. It turns out that he won’t be joining another Power Five program.
Dixon went on social media to announce that he’ll transfer to Iowa Western Community College.
“I’m rocking with Iowa Western this upcoming season…and we comin for it all nothing less,” Dixon said on Twitter.
Here is his announcement from his Twitter account:
I’m rocking with Iowa western this upcoming season .. and we comin for it all nothing less! ☝🏾 Goal
— Breon Dixon (@Breondixon_4) June 24, 2019
Hopefully, Dixon can maximize his potential on the field at Iowa Western.
Obviously losing any talented players hurts for the Cornhuskers, but the departure of Dixon shouldn’t really affect their defense too much.
Nebraska enters this upcoming season with pretty high expectations, and some predictions even think a conference championship appearance is possible. Either way, it’s highly likely that Scott Frost leads the team to a much-improved record in 2019.