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Levi Falck played in every game in 2021 with four starts, catching 18 passes for 223 yards and one touchdown. 

Falck made his first catch of the year with an eight-yard reception in the win over Fordham. Falck added a 20-yard catch at No. 3 Oklahoma. He had a 22-yard reception at No. 20 Michigan State. He had three catches for 38 yards against Northwestern. Falck caught three passes for 31 yards against No. 9 Michigan, including a 13-yard touchdown. He surpassed 1,000 career receiving yards against the Wolverines, and he also had a six-yard carry on an option play. In his return to his home state of Minnesota, Falck caught four passes for 36 yards against the Golden Gophers. Against Purdue, Falck hauled in a 23-yard pass for the longest reception of his career. Falck earned the start against No. 6 Ohio State but did not have a catch. He caught two passes for 17 yards at No. 19 Wisconsin. He had two catches for eight yards in his final game against No. 17 Iowa, recording his 100th collegiate reception against the Hawkeyes.

2020 (Senior)
Falck played in all eight games with four starts in his first season at Nebraska in 2020. Falck, who caught a pass in seven of his eight games, totaled 13 catches for 122 yards and one touchdown, ranking third on the team in receptions and fourth in receiving yards. 

He had an eight-yard catch in his Husker debut at Ohio State and caught a six-yard pass at Northwestern. Falck had his longest catch as a Husker with a 21-yard grab in the win against Penn State. Falck caught two passes for 11 yards against Illinois, including a four-yard touchdown grab. He added two catches for 22 yards at Iowa. Falck had his most productive day as a Husker in the win at Purdue, catching five passes for 39 yards. Falck also blocked a punt on Purdue’s opening possession, setting Nebraska up at the Boilermaker 1-yard line. After being held without a catch against Minnesota, Falck had a 15-yard reception in the win at Rutgers.

Before Nebraska (Centennial HS/South Dakota)
Falck joined Nebraska as a graduate transfer from South Dakota. He played in 24 games and made 14 starts with the Coyotes from 2016 to 2019, catching 70 passes for 774 yards and a pair of touchdowns. After redshirting in 2016, Falck caught 16 passes for 197 yards in seven games as a redshirt freshman in 2017. As a sophomore in 2018, he played in all 11 games and earned nine starts, ranking second on the team with 45 catches and third with 492 receiving yards and two touchdowns. He tied the South Dakota record with 11 catches against Kansas State and had a career-high 140 receiving yards against the Wildcats. Falck battled injuries as a junior in 2019, catching nine passes for 85 yards.

Levi is the son of Chris and Lisa Falck, and he was born on Nov. 3, 1997. He earned a degree in kinesiology and sport science from South Dakota before transferring to Nebraska, and is working toward a master’s degree in business at UNL.