Honors & Awards
» The Cornhusker Award (2018)
» Academic All-Big Ten (2018)
» Six-Time Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll
» Brook Berringer Citizenship Team (2017, 2018, 2019)
» Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2017, 2018, 2019)
Bryan Reimers appeared in 10 games with a career-best three starts in his final season as a Husker. He caught a career-high six passes on the season, totaling 52 receiving yards. Reimers caught his first pass of the season with a five-yard grab at No. 16 Wisconsin. The next week at Northwestern, Reimers had a seven-yard reception marking the first time in his career that he had a catch in back-to-back games. After being held without a reception against Minnesota, Reimers again had catches in three consecutive games against Bethune-Cookman, Ohio State and Illinois. He had a 20-yard reception against the Illini, the second-longest catch of his career.Reimers started in his final game at Iowa and had a five-yard reception in the first quarter.
Reimers appeared in 10 games as part of a talented wide receiving corps that helped the Huskers post the fifth-highest passing total in school history. Reimers earned starts against Northern Illinois and Wisconsin and finished the year with two catches for 25 yards and one touchdown. He caught his first pass of the season with a three-yard grab against Northern Illinois and then hauled in a 22-yard touchdown pass against Northwestern for his second career touchdown.
Reimers was a key member of the Nebraska receiving corps as a sophomore. Reimers played in 12 games and made a start against Oregon, helping a veteran receiving corps that battled injuries throughout the year. Reimers finished with five receptions for 75 yards and a touchdown.
He hauled in a 22-yard touchdown in the third quarter against Oregon as Nebraska rallied for a victory. He added single receptions against Indiana and Maryland in the regular season, and had a season-high two catches for 26 yards, including a career-long 24-yard catch against Tennessee in the Music City Bowl.
2015 (Redshirt Freshman)
Reimers was a reserve receiver for the Huskers, but did not play in a game. He was part of the travel squad twice during the season.
Reimers redshirted during his first season as a Husker and worked as a scout team receiver.
Before Nebraska (Lincoln East HS)
Reimers lined up at wide receiver for Lincoln East and had 27 receptions for 596 yards as a senior, an average of 22.1 yards per catch. Reimers also hauled in 12 touchdown catches in 2013, helping the Spartans to an 8-2 record and a trip to the Class A state playoffs. Reimers was an All-Nebraska second-team pick by the Omaha World-Herald and a second-team Super State selection by the Lincoln Journal Star. Reimers also earned All-City honors from the Lincoln Journal Star.
The son of Bryce and Suzanne Reimers, Bryan was born on May 28, 1996. He earned his bachelor's degree as a management major at Nebraska in December of 2018. He is a five-time member of the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll. Reimers was also a three-time member of the Brook Berringer and Tom Osborne Citizenship Teams. He has volunteered his time with the Nebraska Football Road Race, Red Cross, Read Across America and local hospital and school visits.