2016 – – Saw action in six games, recording two receptions for 14 yards . . . saw action in 45-21 win over Miami, recording first career reception for six yards . . . saw action in 42-3 win over Iowa State, but had no statistics as offense gained 435 yards total offense . . . did not see action in 23-21 loss to North Dakota State . . . did not see action in 14-7 win at Rutgers . . . saw action in 38-31 loss to Northwestern, recording one reception for eight yards . . . saw action in 14-7 win at Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 49-35 win at Purdue, but had no statistics as offense rushed for 365 net rushing yards and gained 520 yards total offense . . . did not see action in 17-9 loss to #10 Wisconsin . . . did not see action in 41-14 loss at #12 Penn State . . . did not see action in 14-13 win over #2 Michigan . . . saw action in 28-0 win at Illinois, but had no statistics as offense rushed for 262 yards and gained 342 yards total offense . . . did not see action in 40-10 win over #15 Nebraska . . . did not see action in 30-3 Outback Bowl loss to #17 Florida.
2015 – – Redshirted.
Junior College – – Played one season at Iowa Western CC . . . recorded 32 receptions for 373 yards and three touchdowns . . . junior college coach was Mike Strohmeier.
High school honors – – Earned first-team all-state honors as a senior . . . named first-team all-conference as a junior and senior . . . Career – – Four-year letterman as wide receiver, defensive back and return specialist . . . team captain as a senior . . . tied state record for receptions in a game (21) . . . helped prep team reach state playoffs three straight seasons . . . collected 76 receptions for 843 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior, with one kick return touchdown . . . had 70 receptions for 650 yards and three touchdowns as a junior . . . had 48 receptions for 500 yards as a sophomore.
Personal – – Born 4/11/96 . . . occupational therapy major . . . parents are Johnny Nash and the late Jody Nash . . . member of National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society as a prep . . . high school coach was Bob Goodvin.