|Hometown:||Le Mars, Iowa|
|High School:||Le Mars|
Honors & Awards
» Six-Time Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll
» Brook Berringer Citizenship Team (2016)
» Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2016)
Junior Gabe Rahn enters 2016 with hopes of contending for playing time at receiver, while also pushing for action on the Huskers’ special teams units. The 6-1, 195-pound Rahn made a strong first impression on the Nebraska coaching staff in 2015, and he provided valuable depth throughout the year.
Rahn has been named to the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll each of his six semesters on campus. He carries a 3.829 cumulative grade-point average in nutrition, exercise and health science.
Rahn added depth at receiver, but did not see game action. He was on the travel roster for Nebraska's trip to Miami.
2014 (Redshirt Freshman)
Rahn added depth at receiver, but did not play in a game.
Rahn redshirted in his first year in the program.
Before Nebraska (Le Mars HS)
Rahn starred in all three phases of the game for Le Mars High School in 2012, leading the Bulldogs to a 7-3 record and a playoff berth. He led the team with 27 catches for 572 yards and six touchdowns, and as a cornerback had 22 solo tackles, three interceptions and a fumble caused. Rahn also had 391 yards on 14 kickoff returns, including an 89-yard touchdown. He added 330 yards on 17 punt returns, highlighted by a 46-yard touchdown. Rahn garnered third-team Class 3A All-State honors from IowaPreps.com as a wide receiver, and was a Class 3A All-District 2 pick as both a wide receiver and defensive back.
Rahn was also a standout on the court and the track for the Bulldogs. He earned honorable-mention all-conference accolades in basketball, while his 4x200 team took home the gold in the 2013 Iowa Boys State Track Meet with a time of 1:29.52. Rahn excelled in the classroom, as well, earning Academic All-State honors in track his senior year.
The son of Jim and Roxanne Rahn, Gabe was born on July 11, 1994. He is majoring in nutrition, exercise and health science. Rahn has volunteered his time with Uplifting Athletes, Husker Heroes, Husker Hotline and local hospital visits.