Honors & Awards
» Academic All-Big Ten (2021, 2022, 2023)
» Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2020; Spring 2020, 2022)
» Broook Berringer Citizenship Team (2023)
» Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2023)
Nouredin Nouili started 11 games in his final season at Nebraska in 2023, missing one start (Purdue) due to injury. He started 10 games at right guard before starting at left guard against Iowa. Nouili played a big role in Nebraska ranking second in the Big Ten in rushing.
Nouili sat out the 2022 season.
Nouili played in every game of the 2021 season, starting the final seven games at left guard. Although he joined the team as a walk on, Nouili was placed on scholarship for the 2021 season prior to the Ohio State game.
Nouili made his first start as a Husker at left guard against Northwestern, when the Huskers ran for 427, totaled 657 yards of offense and scored 56 points, Nebraska’s highest output in a Big Ten Conference game.
2020 (Covid Season)
Nouili did not play in a game in his first season at Nebraska in 2020, but he was a member of the Huskers' travel roster for four of Nebraska' five road trips.
Before Nebraska (Norris HS/Colorado State)
Nouili walked on at Nebraska after spending the 2019 season at Colorado State. Nouili played in eight games with seven starts at offensive guard as a true freshman for the Rams. He became the first true freshman offensive lineman to start for Colorado State since 1996.
Nouili was an exchange student at Norris High School just outside Lincoln. He was an honorable-mention all-state selection as a senior, when he totaled 32 tackles and seven TFLs while also playing on the offensive line. Nouili also played football in his home country of Germany.
After graduating from Norris, Nouili chose Colorado State over South Dakota State, Northern Iowa and North Dakota State.
Nouredin is the son of Ralf and Melanie Ragaller, and he was born on Oct. 31, 2000. He is majoring in criminology and criminal justice, and is scheduled to graduate in December of 2023. Nouili has volunteered with the International Student-Athlete Alliance, Operation Christmas Child, the N-Volved Leadership Group, Legacy Retirement home, the Nebraska Football Road Race and the Huskers’ Day of Service.