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Week 4: Nubin logged 84 snaps — a whopping 59 in pass coverage — in Minnesota's shootout loss to Northwestern, 34-31. Playing mostly centerfield, the free safety was targeted just twice in coverage, recording a pass break-up on one and allowing a four-yard completion on the other. He was also credited with three tackles, two solo. — JH
Week 3: Nubin was more involved in the action in Minnesota's 31-13 loss to North Carolina. The free safety was in on seven tackles, though, for the second week in a row, he didn't get any targets in the passing game. — JH
Week 2: Nubin played 44 snaps in Minnesota's 25-6 win over Eastern Michigan. The Gopher's free safety, had one tackle, missed another tackle and was not targeted in coverage. — JH
Week 1: Nubin showed why he is a highly rated safety for the 2024 draft, as he picked off two passes — the second of which, with 58 seconds remaining in the game, set up Dragan Kesich's 47-yard field goal as time expired to give the Gophers a dramatic 13-10 win over Nebraska. Nubin was also credited with three tackles, including two solo stops. — JH
Week 0: DNP
HISTORY — from college profile
2022 (sr): All-Big Ten Second Team • Started the 11 games he played in • made 55 tackles (37 solo) and two tackles for loss • recorded four interceptions, broke up three passes and forced one fumble. Game-by-Game: Made one tackle against New Mexico State • had one tackle against Western Illinois • totaled one tackle and one pass breakup against Colorado • had seven tackles at Michigan State • made five tackles, forced one fumble and had one interception against Purdue • recorded 13 tackles, including two tackles for loss, at Illinois • made four tackles at Penn State • made three solo tackles and had two interceptions (returned one for 32 yards) against Rutgers • broke up one pass and made seven tackles at Nebraska • recorded five solo tackles and returned an interception for 11 yards against Northwestern • broke up one pass and made eight tackles against Iowa • missed the Wisconsin and Syracuse games with an injury.
2021 (jr): All-Big Ten Honorable Mention (2021) • Started all 13 games • finished third on the team with 52 tackles • notched one sack • led Minnesota with three interceptions and broke up two passes. Game-by-Game: Registered three tackles against Ohio State • made five tackles and one interception against Miami (OH) • recorded three tackles at Colorado • notched three tackles and broke up one pass against Bowling Green • totaled four tackles and one interception at Purdue • made three tackles against Nebraska • registered five tackles against Maryland • recorded one tackle at Maryland • totaled six tackles against Illinois • had five tackles at Iowa • grabbed one interception and made one tackle at Indiana • recorded five tackles against Wisconsin • earned Defensive MVP honors against West Virginia in the Guaranteed Rate Bowl after recording eight tackles, one sack and one pass breakup.
2020 (soph): Played in seven games and made 41 tackles • forced one fumble, made one interception and totaled 0.5 tackles for loss. Game-by-Game: Made his first career start against Michigan and finished with eight tackles, 0.5 tackles for loss and one forced fumble • made eight tackles at Maryland • registered five tackles at Illinois and four against Iowa • made four tackles against Purdue • registered seven tackles and made his first career interception at Nebraska • made five tackles at Wisconsin.
2019 (fr): Played in 12 games • recorded six tackles and two pass breakups. Game-by-Game: Made collegiate debut against South Dakota State • saw action against Fresno State, Georgia Southern and Purdue • recorded first collegiate tackle and broke up one pass against Illinois • broke up one pass and made one tackle against Nebraska • notched one tackle against Rutgers • competed against Penn State and Iowa • tallied two tackles at Northwestern • saw action against Wisconsin • recorded one tackle against Auburn in the Outback Bowl • Quad Team Member (2019).
High school: Attended St. Charles North High School in Saint Charles, Ill. • wore No. 27 for the North Stars • as a senior, recorded 51 tackles, five tackles for loss and broke up six passes while leading team to its first ever state final appearance • primary position on offense was receiver and he caught 42 passes for 549 yards and nine touchdowns • ran for 600 yards and 12 touchdowns on 109 carries from the quarterback position and also threw a 23-yard touchdown pass • named the 2018 Courier-News Football Player of the Year • as a junior, recorded 26 tackles including two for loss, broke up 10 passes, made two interceptions and forced one fumble • as a sophomore, recorded 18 tackles, made three interceptions and broke up two passes • attended 2018 U.S. Army All-American Combine • also played receiver for the North Stars • named a three-time academic all-conference honoree and earned All-State honors in 2018 • coached by Robert Pomazak • four-star recruit according and the No. 4 prospect in Illinois according to Rivals.
Son of Rodney and Sherese Nubin • brother, Jordan, is a defensive back / running back for the Gophers • father, Rodney, played college football at Eastern Michigan • Academic All-Big Ten (2022, 2021, 2020)
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