Nadab Joseph played in two games in 2021.
Joseph had to wait until November to become eligible, and he played in two games before suffering an injury. Joseph made his debut on special teams against Illinois. He made a tackle on kickoff coverage at Purdue, but was injured on the play and missed the rest of the year.
Before Nebraska (Noland HS/Independence [Kan.] CC)
Joseph was the final addition to Nebraska's 2020 scholarship class, as he joined the Huskers late in the summer from Independence Community College in Kansas. Joseph spent two years with the Pirates, but redshirted in his first season giving him three years of eligibility with the Huskers.
Joseph played in only five games at Independence Community College in 2019, totaling eight tackles with one pass breakup. A top-100 recruit nationally in high school, Joseph played his senior year for Noland High School in Miami after previously playing at Edison High School, where he was an all-county selection as a junior.
Joseph was ranked as the nation's top junior college defensive back and No. 2 overall junior college recruit by ESPN. He chose the Huskers over numerous other offers including Alabama, Baylor, Georgia and Texas A&M. Joseph initially signed with Georgia out of high school.
Nadab was born on June 9, 1999. His guardian is Vick Evans. Joseph is majoring in child, youth and family studies.