Wide Receiver
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 210
Year: Redshirt Freshman
Hometown: Scottsdale, Ariz.
High School: Desert Mountain


Honors & Awards
» Academic All-Big Ten (2018)
» Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2017, 2018; Spring 2018, 2019)
» Brook Berringer Citizenship Team (2019)
» Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2019)

2018 (Redshirt Freshman)
Kade Warner made the rise from walk-on to starting wide receiver in his redshirt freshman season. He started seven of the final nine games and had at least one reception in six of those seven starts. On the season, Warner caught 17 passes for 95 yards, ranking sixth on the team in receptions despite not playing the first three games.

Warner made his Husker debut with a start against Purdue, and he caught two passes for 16 yards, including a career-long 10-yard reception. He started again the next week at No. 16 Wisconsin, catching a six-yard pass in the first quarter. Warner had two catches for 11 yards at Northwestern and had a three-yard reception in the Huskers' win over Minnesota. Warner set a career high with four receptions for20 receiving yards in the Huskers' win over Illinois. He then had three catches for 23 against Michigan State, when he set a career high in receiving yards for the second straight game. Warner also had a career-long 14-yard catch against the Spartans. Warner wrapped up his season by again catching four passes for 16 yards at Iowa.

2017 (Redshirt)
Warner utilized his redshirt in 2017 after suffering an injury during fall camp.

Before Nebraska (Desert Mountain High School)
Warner was a standout wide receiver for Head Coach David Sedmak and Desert Mountain High School in Scottsdale, Arizona. Warner scored 39 touchdowns in three seasons for the Wolves, including 35 receiving touchdowns and finished with just under 3,000 all-purpose yards.

In his senior season, Warner broke the state record for most career catches in 11-man football, with 241 catches. He passed former Desert Mountain receiver and current NFL tight end, Mark Andrews, who finished his career with 207 catches. A two-time all-state receiver, Warner was named the 2016 Arizona Wide Receiver of the Year and the 2017 District Player of the Year.

Kade's father, Kurt, was Desert Mountain's offensive coordinator. Kade also played basketball, track and Lacrosse at Desert Mountain High School. Kade chose Nebraska over a scholarship offer from the University of San Diego and preferred walk-on offers from several schools, including Arizona State University, UCLA, Northwestern and Iowa.

Kade was born on Sept. 29, 1998, and is the son of Kurt and Brenda Warner. He is majoring in fisheries and wildlife and earned a spot on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll his first four semesters. He was also a member of the Brook Berringer and Tom Osborne Citizenship Teams in 2019. Warner has volunteered his time with Husker Heroes, the Nebraska Football Road Race and local hospital visits.

His father Kurt was a quarterback for Northern Iowa from 1989-93. As an undrafted free agent, the elder spent time with the Arena Football League (Iowa Barnstormers), before signing with the St. Louis Rams in 1998. He led the Rams to Super Bowl XXXIV following the 1999 NFL season, where they beat the Tennessee Titans and Warner earned the MVP award. He also played for the New York Giants (2004) and the Arizona Cardinals (2005-09), before retiring. Kurt Warner was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2017.

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