Recent Nolan Potter Notes
Recent Nolan Potter Features
2024 NFL Draft: Early Look at NDS Top 200, includes Nine QBs
2023: Returns for his redshirt senior season.
2022 (sr) : All-Mac First-Team offensive lineman selection…Made 2022 preseason watch lists for both the Outland Trophy and the Bronko Nagurski Trophy (announced by the Football Writers Association of America)...Entered season with 20 consecutive starts at right tackle for the Huskies…Played in 10 games.
2021 (jr) : A 14-game starter at right tackle and NIU’s top-rated lineman in 2021 according to Huskie coaches… First-Team All-MAC selection by Pro Football Network which named NIU as the league’s top offensive line...Earned Second-Team All-MAC honors from league coaches and Pro Football Focus (PFF)...Named to Phil Steele’s all-conference third team…Led the way as four different Huskie backs surpassed 100 rushing yards a total of 13 times on the year…Offensive line powered NIU to a No. 4 FBS ranking in rushing offense as the Huskies averaged 241.4 yard/game…NIU gave up just 10 sacks in 14 games to rank second in the country…The Huskies gained a season-high 335 rushing yards on 55 carries in the Cure Bowl game versus Coastal Carolina (12-17)...Top offensive performance came at Kent State (11-3) when the Huskies gained a season-high 663 yards of total offense, including 532 yards passing by quarterback Rocky Lombardi…The Huskies gained 500 or more yards of total offense five times on the year.
2020 (soph): Started all six games…Provided protection on Ross Bowers’ 300-yard passing game at Ball State (11-18), a season-best passing for NIU…Assisted the Huskie offense to average 365.7 yards of total offense per game.
2019 (redshirt fr): Participated in all 12 games, playing primarily on special teams…Made his Huskie debut in the season opener versus Illinois State (8-31).
2018 (true fr): Redshirted and did not see any action.
High school: Attended Washington High School (Cedar Rapids, IA)...First-Team all-conference selection as a senior and second team as a junior…Two-time second team All-Metro in 2016 and 2017…Named Offensive MVP as a senior by his team…Served as team captain…Washington won three consecutive conference titles his freshman, sophomore, and junior seasons…Invited by Football University to the 2017 All-American Scouting Combine in San Antonio, Texas…As a junior, earned the team MVP award on the Warriors’ Basketball Team.
Born August 29 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa…Son of Julie and Mark Potter..His father was a wrestler at Central College in Pella, Iowa... Majoring in sport management…Member of the 2021 Academic All-MAC team.
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