Brice Turner played in one game while using his redshirt season. He began the year as a wide receiver before making an in-season switch to defensive back.
Before Nebraska (Bay CityHS)
The first player to commit to Coach Matt Rhule at Nebraska, urner was a standout on the football field and on the track for Bay City High School in Texas. The wide receiver demonstrated big-play ability on the gridiron and is a multiple state champion as a sprinter.
As a senior, Turner caught 22 passes for 495 yards and six touchdowns according to MaxPreps, with 14 carries for 170 yards and two touchdowns. He averaged 22.5 yards per reception and 12.1 yards per carry en route to an average of 18.5 yards per play on offense. Turner also returned six kickoffs for 121 yards and one punt for 17 yards. In his junior season, Turner had seven receptions and rushed for 129 yards and two touchdowns. He also returned 17 kickoffs for 266 yards and recorded 19 tackles on defense with two passes defended. Turner also saw action for the Blackcats as a sophomore.
On the track, Turner was the 2022 Texas Class 4A state champion in the 100 and 200 meters. His winning 100-meter time of 10.25 would have ranked as the fifth-fastest 100-meter time in Nebraska outdoor track and field history.
A late riser in the recruiting rankings, Turner was regarded as a three-star prospect. He was ranked among the nation’s top 50 receivers by 247Sports.