As a result, it is unclear whether Vedral plans to join the Nebraska team as a walk-on or has resolved the issue with UCF, allowing him to have a scholarship Nebraska.
Former Bishop Neumann quarterback Noah Vedral tweeted his intentions to transfer from the University of Central Florida to the University of Nebraska - Lincoln Tuesday afternoon.
(KMAland) - UPDATE: Nebraska native Noah Vedral has announced on Twitter that he is transferring to Nebraska.
The report says that UCF has blocked a transfer to any American Athletic Conference school as well as Nebraska. Frost and quarterbacks coach Mario Verduzco landed 4-star QB Adrian Martinez in the Class of 2017, and Nebraska already has Tristan Gebbia, Patrick O'Brien and Andrew Bunch on the roster.
Vedral completed 22 of 29 passes and threw one touchdown pass this season after winning the backup quarterback job in a battle with classmate Darriel Mack. He added 89 yards rushing and two touchdowns on the ground.
Frost was named the Nebraska coach after the Knights won the AAC championship game.
UCF defeated Auburn in the Peach Bowl, 34-27, on January 1 to finish the season 13-0.