Deondre Jackson has found a new home, and the former Texas A&M running back will play next season in the Big Ten.

Jackson announced on Tuesday that he would play at Nebraska, and wrote, “Adversity only visits the strong, but stays forever with the weak. Let’s Go Nebraska !! #GBR.” Jackson is a Stone Mountain, Georgia (Stephenson) product saw action in one game over the 2020 season and 4 games in 2021.

Jackson has 4 years of eligibility remaining, and he’ll replace the departed Marvin Scott III and Sevion Morrison, who both left Nebraska during the 2021 season as the Cornhuskers look to rebuild their depth at that position. At Nebraska, Jackson will join former Texas QB Casey Thompson and former LSU WR Trey Palmer in Lincoln as they head over to play for Scott Frost.

In 2 years he had 3 carries for 13 yards at A&M.

Jackson saw limited time in his 2 seasons in the program because he played behind Isaiah Spiller, Devon Achane, Amari Daniels and LJ Johnson.