Honors & Awards
» Second-Round NFL Draft Pick (No. 51 Overall, Philadelphia, 2022)
» Third-Team All-Big Ten (2021, Coaches)
» Honorable-Mention All-Big Ten (2021, Media)
» Rimington Trophy Watch List (2021)
» Nebraska Offensive Lineman of the Year (2021)
» Academic All-Big Ten (2019, 2020, 2021)
» Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2018, 2020; Spring 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022)
» Brook Berringer Citizenship Team (2019)
» Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2019)

Cam Jurgens started every game at center in 2021, stretching his streak to 18 consecutive starts at the position. He was one of the top centers in the Big Ten, earning third-team all-conference accolades from the conference coaches and honorable-mention recognition from the league media.

Against Fordham, Jurgens helped Nebraska total 300 yards rushing and passing in the same game for only the third time in program history. He also helped Nebraska rush for 427 yards against Northwestern, when the Huskers totaled 657 yards of offense and 56 points, Nebraska's highest scoring output in a Big Ten game.

2020 (Sophomore)
Jurgens started seven of eight games at center as a sophomore. He earned his 13th consecutive start at center in the Huskers’ season opener at No. 5 Ohio State, before an injury kept him out of the Northwestern game. He returned to start the final six games, including the season finale at Rutgers, when Nebraska had 620 yards of total offense. Jurgens helped the Huskers rank second in the Big Ten in rushing.

2019 (Redshirt Freshman)
Jurgens started every game at center in 2019. He made history in the season opener against South Alabama, becoming the first Husker freshman (true or redshirt) to start a game at center since the NCAA restored freshmen eligibility in 1972. Jurgens helped Nebraska rank third in the Big Ten in rushing offense and fifth in total offense.

Jurgens played a key role in Nebraska producing its most total yards in a Big Ten Conference game (690 yards at Illinois). Against Illinois, the Huskers totaled 300 yards rushing and 300 yards passing for just the second time in school history en route to gaining the most yards in any conference game since 2007. Nebraska also set a school record for team completion percentage against Indiana (87.0 percent).

During the winter, Jurgens joined the Nebraska track and field team for the indoor season. He recorded a personal-best throw of 56-3 in the shot put.

2018 (Redshirt)
Jurgens redshirted in 2018 after appearing in one game prior to suffering a season-ending injury. Jurgens worked at both tight end and center in his first year in the Husker program, making his Husker debut at tight end against Troy. 

Before Nebraska (Beatrice HS)
A three-sport star at Beatrice, Jurgens was regarded as the consensus top prospect in the state of Nebraska in the 2018 recruiting class.

Jurgens battled injuries as a senior but still contributed offensively and defensively for the Orangemen and Coach Kevin Meyer. As a hybrid tight end, he rushed for 318 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior, while also catching 17 passes for 277 yards. Defensively, Jurgens recorded 57 tackles and had one interception from his linebacker spot, helping Beatrice to an 8-1 record before suffering a season-ending injury in the final game of the regular season. Jurgens was named to the Omaha World-Herald All-Nebraska and Lincoln Journal Star Super-State first team in addition to being a first-team all-state selection by both papers.

Jurgens was also an All-Nebraska and Super-State selection at linebacker as a junior, when he led Beatrice with 98 tackles. He added 23 catches for 286 yards as a tight end. Jurgens also punted for the Orangemen, averaging 35.8 yards per punt. Jurgens was also a second-team Super-State selection as a sophomore, when he was one of only two underclassmen to make either the Super-State first or second team. Jurgens was rated as a four-star prospect by Rivals, ESPN and 247Sports. He was ranked among the nation’s top 200 recruits in the 247Sports Composite rankings and was regarded as the fourth-best tight end recruit in the country by ESPN. A longtime Husker commit, Jurgens also took an official visit to LSU.

Jurgens also excelled on the basketball court and in the discus and shot put at Beatrice, which helped him earn the honor as the 2017 Lincoln Journal Star Boys Athlete of the Year in the state of Nebraska. On the basketball court, Jurgens averaged 12.5 points per game and 3.5 rebounds per game as a junior, when he was an honorable-mention Class B all-state selection. He missed his senior season due to injury. In track and field, Jurgens was one of the top throwers in Nebraska. A four-time Class B state champion in the discus and three-time champion in the shot put, Jurgens won the all-class gold medal in both the shot put and discus in each of his final three seasons. His two titles as a senior helped Beatrice to the Class B team title.

The son of Ted and Beth Jurgens, Cam was born on Aug. 21, 1999. A nutrition and health sciences major, Jurgens earned his bachelor's degree from Nebraska in May of 2022 after being chosen in the second round of the 2022 NFL Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles. He volunteered his time with a Day of Service, the Nebraska Football Road Race and local hospital visits.