Honors & Awards
» Team Captain (2021)
» Senior Bowl Invite (2021)
» Second-Team All-Big Ten (2021, Coaches, Media)
» Second-Team All-Big Ten (2020, Coaches)
» Honorable-Mention All-Big Ten (2019, Media; 2020, Media)
» Boyd Epley Lifter of the Year Award (2019)
» Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2020; Spring 2020, 2021)
» Brook Berringer Citizenship Team (2019)
» Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2019)

Cam Taylor-Britt started all 12 games in 2021, recording a career-best 51 tackles, 3.0 tackles for loss, 1.0 sack, a career-high 11 pass breakups, one interception and one blocked kick. At the conclusion of the regular season, Taylor-Britt ranked third in the Big Ten at 1.0 passes defended per game. For his efforts, Taylor-Britt was named a second-team All-Big Ten selection by the conference coaches and media.

Taylor-Britt recorded two tackles against both Illinois and Fordham while helping limit both teams to fewer than 165 passing yards. Taylor-Britt totaled three tackles and one pass breakup against both Buffalo and No. 3 Oklahoma. At No. 20 Michigan State, Taylor-Britt posted two tackles and broke up a pass for the third straight game. He also blocked the first field goal of his career. He totaled three tackles, including a two-yard tackle for loss, against Northwestern. Against No. 9 Michigan, Taylor-Britt filled up the stat sheet with a career-high 11 tackles and a career-high three pass breakups. The next week at Minnesota, Taylor-Britt totaled seven tackles with a career-high 2.0 TFLs and 1.0 sack, and he also intercepted a pass in the end zone. He totaled five tackles and two pass breakups against Purdue. Taylor-Britt recorded four tackles and broke up a pass against No. 6 Ohio State. He made four tackles and broke up a pass on fourth down at No. 19 Wisconsin. Against No. 17 Iowa in the season finale, Taylor-Britt recorded five tackles and one pass breakup. The breakup marked the 10th time in 11 games Taylor-Britt had at least one pass defended (breakup or interception).

2020 (Junior)
A second-team All-Big Ten selection, Taylor-Britt played in every game with seven starts in 2020. He totaled 28 tackles with 3.0 tackles for loss, four pass breakups and two interceptions, leading the team with six passes defended and tying for the team lead in interceptions. Taylor-Britt was also NU’s leading punt returner, as he returned six punts for 79 yards, averaging more than 13 yards per return.

Taylor-Britt started at cornerback and made five tackles at No. 5 Ohio State before a targeting disqualification. After sitting out the first half at Northwestern, Taylor-Britt had two tackles and a TFL in the second half. Against Penn State, Taylor-Britt totaled four tackles and a pass breakup. He intercepted a pass and had a 55-yard return to set up a field goal, and he also returned a punt 25 yards to set up another field goal.

Against Illinois, Taylor-Britt recorded three tackles and returned two punts for 22 yards. He made two tackles at Iowa. In the win at Purdue, Taylor-Britt totaled six tackles, including 1.0 tackle for loss, with a pair of pass breakups. Against Minnesota, Taylor-Britt had four solo tackles in the first half before missing the second half following a targeting penalty. He returned to intercept a pass, break up another and finish with two tackles, including 1.0 TFL, in Nebraska’s season-ending win at Rutgers.

The play of Taylor-Britt and the rest of the Husker secondary helped NU limit four of its eight opponents to fewer than 200 yards passing.

2019 (Sophomore)
Taylor-Britt was a versatile and productive member of the Husker secondary in 2019, earning honorable-mention All-Big Ten recognition. He played in 11 of 12 games with 10 starts, missing the Purdue game due to illness. He started seven games at safety and three at cornerback, lining up at multiple positions to total 49 tackles, four TFLs, 1.5 sacks, three interceptions, two pass breakups and four forced fumbles. His four forced fumbles ranked third nationally and tied for the most by a Husker since 1999. Taylor-Britt led the team in forced fumbles and tied for the team lead in interceptions.

He began his sophomore campaign with a career game against South Alabama, totaling five tackles against the Jaguars, including the first two TFLs of his career and his first career sack. Taylor-Britt also forced a pair of turnovers, intercepting the first pass of his career - which he returned 48 yards - and forcing a fumble on his sack which was recovered by teammate Alex Davis in the end zone for a touchdown. Taylor-Britt earned his first career start the next week at Colorado and again had five tackles while forcing a career-high two fumbles, one of which was recovered by Nebraska. Taylor-Britt had one tackle and one pass breakup against Northern Illinois before leaving the game in the second quarter with an injury.

He returned from the injury to start the next week at Illinois, finishing with three tackles, one breakup and his second career interception. Taylor-Britt totaled a then-career-high seven tackles against No. 5 Ohio State, including one tackle for loss. He had five tackles in the win over Northwestern, recording one TFL and forcing one fumble, before making six stops against both Minnesota and Indiana. After missing the Purdue game, Taylor-Britt returned to start at corner against No. 15 Wisconsin and recorded five tackles. He also started at corner at Maryland and had two tackles. In the season finale at Iowa, Taylor-Britt registered four tackles and one pass breakup, but his biggest impact came when he intercepted a pass and returned it 38 yards for a touchdown.

2018 (Freshman)
Taylor-Britt played in 11 games as a true freshman. A converted high school quarterback, Taylor-Britt contributed on both defense and special teams, totaling 12 tackles, including eight on defense. Taylor-Britt had three pass breakups on the season, and he also recovered a fumble as a member of Nebraska’s punt coverage team.

Taylor-Britt was the lone true freshman to see action on defense in the season opener against Colorado, recording his first career tackle. He then recovered a fumbled punt against Troy, setting up a Husker field goal. At No. 19 Michigan, Taylor-Britt recorded his second career tackle and first on special teams. After missing the Purdue game, Taylor-Britt returned with a two-tackle performance - the first multi-tackle game of his career - at No. 16 Wisconsin that also included the first pass breakup of his career. The next week at Northwestern, Taylor-Britt had another breakup and a solo tackle. 

He saw significant action in the secondary against Minnesota and posted three tackles. He matched that effort with three tackles the next week against Bethune-Cookman. Taylor-Britt made an impact in Nebraska’s win over Michigan State with a critical pass breakup on third down in the third quarter of the Huskers’ come-from-behind victory. He added a tackle on kickoff coverage in the final game of the season at Iowa.

Before Nebraska (Park Crossing HS)
Taylor-Britt is a member of the Husker secondary, but he was one of the most prolific quarterbacks in the state of Alabama in 2017. Taylor-Britt put up huge numbers for Park Crossing High School as a senior in 2017. He amassed 2,496 yards of total offense and accounted for 30 total touchdowns, throwing for 1,466 yards and 16 touchdowns and adding 1,030 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns on the ground. His play helped the Thunderbirds to a 10-2 record and the second round of the Class 6A state playoffs. Following the season, Taylor-Britt was named an athlete on the Alabama Sports Writers Association Class 6A All State First Team.

A three-star recruit, Taylor-Britt was listed among the nation’s top 60 athletes in the 247Sports Composite rankings, while ESPN listed him among the nation’s top 80 wide receiver prospects. Taylor-Britt also visited Auburn and held more than a dozen scholarship offers.

Cam is the son of Courtney and Darrell Britt, and he was born on Oct. 15, 1999. He is majoring in criminology and criminal justice. Taylor-Britt has volunteered his time with a Day of Service, Husker Heroes, Nebraska Football Road Race and local hospital visits.