Honors & Awards
» Academic All-Big Ten (2023)
» Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2022; Spring 2021, 2023)

2023 (Sophomore)
Henry Lutovsky played in all 12 games with two starts as a sophomore. His play helped Nebraska rank second in the Big Ten in rushing. Lutovsky made his first start of the season against Purdue at right guard, and he also started at right guard against Iowa.

2022 (Redshirt Freshman)
Lutovsky earned a spot in Nebraska’s regular offensive line rotation in 2022, playing extensively at right guard in every game with starts against Purdue and Illinois. His work on the line helped Trey Palmer set the Nebraska single-season receiving yardage record (1,043), while Anthony Grant rushed for the most yards (915) by a Husker since 2018.

2021 (Redshirt)
Lutovsky played in two games as a true freshman in 2021. He first appeared on the offensive line in the Huskers' win against Fordham, becoming the 17th true freshman offensive lineman to play in a game in school history. Lutovsky also played on the offensive line against Northwestern.

Before Nebraska (Mount Pleasant HS)
Lutovsky was one of the top offensive line recruits in the region and was a 2020 Sports Illustrated All-America candidate while playing for Mount Pleasant High School in Iowa. Lutovsky enrolled at Nebraska in January.

A two-time all-state pick by the Des Moines Register, Lutovsky was named to the 2020 All-Iowa Elite team, which recognized the best players in the state regardless of class. He also earned all-state honors from the Iowa Print Sports Writers Association as a senior after helping the Panthers average 352.6 yards and 26.1 points per game. 

Lutovsky was regarded as the nation’s No. 13 offensive guard by Rivals. He chose Nebraska over Georgia, Iowa State and Missouri, among others.

Henry is the son of Ronald and Robin Lutovsky, and he was born on Jan. 22, 2003. He is majoring in criminology and criminal justice. He has volunteered his time with the Nebraska Football Road Race, the Huskers’ Day of Service and local Thanksgiving hospital visits.