Micah Mazzccua joined the Nebraska program in January of 2024, adding a veteran interior offensive line presence to the Husker roster. A Philadelphia native, Mazzccua has played in 31 combined games at Florida and Baylor, including 21 career starts. Mazzccua has one season of eligibility at Nebraska.

Before Nebraska (St. Frances Academy [Md.]/Baylor/Florida)  
In his one season at Florida in 2023, Mazzccua started at right guard in 11 of 12 games and played a total of 743 snaps on the Gator offensive line. Mazzccua started the first three games of the season before missing a game, then was in the starting lineup for the final eight games. Mazzccua’s play helped Florida average 408.8 yards and 28.4 points per game against one of the nation’s most difficult schedules.

Mazzccua began his college career at Baylor where he played from 2020 to 2022. He played in 11 games and made 10 starts at guard for the Bears in 2022, when he graded out as the second-best guard in the Big 12 according to Pro Football Focus. His run-blocking grade from PFF was the best in the Big 12 and among the top 15 in the nation. Mazzccua’s powerful blocking helped the Bears averaged 32.2 points per game and 413.8 yards per game, including 182.4 rushing yards per contest.

Mazzccua saw action in nine games at Baylor as a redshirt freshman, playing for a Bears’ team that won the Big 12 Championship and played in the Sugar Bowl. Mazzccua did not play in his first season in 2020.

Mazzccua played high school football at St. Frances Academy in Baltimore. He helped his team to an 11-1 record in 2019 while playing a national schedule. He was ranked among the top 40 offensive guards in the nation and was selected for the Under Armour All-American Game.

Micah’s brother, Maurice, joined the Huskers as a running back midway through the 2023 season.