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2022 (Redshirt)
Decoldest Crawford suffered an injury during fall camp and missed the entire season.

Before Nebraska (Green Oaks HS)
Crawford joined the Huskers after a standout career at wide receiver for Green Oaks High School in Louisiana. Crawford helped Green Oaks to three playoff appearances in his four seasons. 

In his high school career, Crawford had nearly 150 catches and more than 2,200 receiving yards. As a senior, Crawford caught 30 passes for more than 200 yards, as the Giants started a freshman quarterback. He earned a spot on the Louisiana Sports Writers Association Class 3A all-state team as a senior. Crawford caught 50 passes for 813 yards and six touchdowns as a junior. 

Crawford was a consensus three-star prospect who was ranked among the top 20 players in Louisiana and the top 80 receivers in the country by Rivals. A former LSU commit, he chose Nebraska over Auburn, Texas and Florida after re-opening his recruitment.

Decoldest was born on July 14, 2003, and he is the son of Dina Crawford.