The Midlanders in the NFL list, published in The World-Herald on Oct. 22.
David Johnson, Arizona (Northern Iowa): 14 carries for 39 yards, 3 receptions for 31 yards
Sam Koch, Baltimore (Nebraska): 3 punts for 137 yard, 2 in the 20
Micah Hyde, Buffalo (Iowa): 5 solo tackles
Harrison Phillips, Buffalo (Millard West): 5 solo tackles
Prince Amukamara, Chicago (Nebraska): 3 solo tackles, 4 total, 1 tackle for loss
Christian Kirksey, Cleveland (Iowa): 1 interception for 13 yards, 7 solo tackles, 10 total, 1 pass deflected, 1 fumble recovery
Maliek Collins, Dallas (Nebraska): 1 assisted tackle
Randy Gregory, Dallas (Nebraska): 1 assisted tackle
Brett Maher, Dallas (Nebraska): 1 for 2 on field goals
Ameer Abdullah, Detroit (Nebraska): 1 reception for 12 yards, 1 carry for 1 yard
Shaquil Barrett, Denver (Boys Town): 1 solo tackle, 1 tackle for loss, 1 sack, 1 quarterback hurry
Andy Janovich, Denver (Nebraska): 1 solo tackle, 2 total
Anthony Hitchens, Kansas City (Iowa): 3 solo tackles
Xavier Williams, Kansas City (Northern Iowa): 2 solo tackles
Kyle Emanuel, L.A. Chargers (Schuyler): 1 solo tackle
Desmond King, L.A. Chargers (Iowa): 6 solo tackles, 7 total, 1 pass deflected, 2 kickoff returns for 47 yards, 2 punt returns for 14 yards
Matt Longacre, L.A. Rams (Millard West): 1 quarterback hurry
Ndamukong Suh, L.A. Rams (Nebraska): 2 solo tackles, 1 quarterback hurry
Greg Zuerlein, L.A. Rams (UNO): 3 for 3 on field goals
Jaleel Johnson, Minnesota (Iowa): 2 solo tackles, 4 total, 0.5 sacks, 1 quarterback hurry
Adrian Clayborn, New England (Iowa): 2 solo tackles, 1 tackle for loss, 1 sack, 1 quarterback hurry
A.J. Klein, New Orleans (Iowa State): 5 solo tackles, 1 tackle for loss, 7 total
Deiondre Hall, Philadelphia (Northern Iowa): 1 assisted tackle
C.J. Beathard, San Francisco (Iowa): Completed 15 of 27 passes, threw 1 touchdown, threw 2 interceptions, 2 carries for 13 yards, 2 fumbles, 1 fumble lost, 1 fumble recovery, 1 solo tackle
George Kittle, San Francisco (Iowa): 5 receptions for 98 yards and 1 touchdown
Greg Mabin, San Francisco (Iowa): 1 solo tackle
Lavonte David, Tampa Bay (Nebraska): 7 solo tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 8 total
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July 1: Air Force's Nic Ready hit a total of 55 home runs, including 21 in the final round, to edge Clemson's Logan Davidson in the College Home Run Derby.
June 28: Oregon State celebrates beating Arkansas 5-0 in Game 3 of the CWS championship series. The Beavers were down to their last out in Game 2 before a fielding blunder by the Razorbacks gave Oregon State a second life, which it took advantage of en route to the program's third CWS title.
June 18: John Olson, and Mary Olson, of Joslyn, Missouri, take cover under ponchos during a rain delay at the College World Series. Weather provided a huge problem in the 2018 CWS.
June 15: Cam'ron Jones checks out Omaha.com, or perhaps Snapchat, during the Huskers' Friday Night Lights camp.
May 19: Fremont's Lucas Arps celebrates after winning the Class A 400-meter dash.
May 19: Lincoln Lutheran's Josie Puelz celebrates after clearing 12-2 in the Class C girls pole vault final.
May 17: Omaha Roncalli's Thomas Alitz cheers after scoring the winning run in the Class B state championship on a hit by Logan McGill with two outs in the seventh inning.
May 17: Omaha Creighton Prep's Eric Allbery, right, jumps on the dogpile as the Junior Jays celebrate their Class A state baseball title.
May 16: South Sioux City celebrates after defeating Elkhorn South in the Class B state soccer championship.
May 16: Kearney's Christian Dakan hoists the Class A state soccer trophy alongside his teammates.
May 14: Millard North celebrates its Class A state championship win against Omaha Marian by kissing the trophy.
May 14: Elkhorn celebrates its Class B championship win against Omaha Skutt.
May 9: Creighton's Will Robertson celebrates with Jack Strunc, left, after homering the fifth inning. The Jays beat UNO 10-6.
May 6: The Omaha Storm Chasers play below the newly dedicated Steve Pivovar Press Box at Werner Park.
April 21: Nebraska coach Scott Frost leads the Huskers during the Tunnel Walk on Saturday.
April 19: Awardee Dante Pettis and former Nebraska football player Johnny Rodgers, right, pictured during the Jet Award dinner.
April 19: Former Nebraska football coach Tom Osborne attends the Jet Award dinner.
April 18: UNO's Malik Moore pitches against Nebraska. The Mavericks knocked off the Huskers for the first time since 1997.
April 11: Creighton's Will Robertson, left, and Thomas Luevano celebrate scoring on a triple by Jack Strunc.
April 11: Elkhorn South's Mo Gohr gains control of the ball in the Metro Conference tournament.
April 3: Scott Frost directs Husker football practice.
March 31: The boy campers pose for a photo at the Athletes' Training Center Futures Camp at Iowa West Field House.
March 27: Creighton defeats Nebraska 3-1 in the first matchup of the year.
March 25: Kansas' Malik Newman drives to the basket, drawing a blocking foul on Duke's Wendell Carter. The Jayhawks went on to defeat the Blue Devils in Omaha and advance to the Final Four.
March 17: Creighton defeats Iowa in the NCAA women's basketball tournament.
March 17: Creighton's bench cheers as Michael Emodi hits a walk-off homer off Wichita State pitcher Chandler Sanburn in the Jays' home opener.
March 12: The Creighton women's basketball team celebrates making the NCAA tournament.
March 10: Wahoo celebrates winning the Class C-1 boys basketball title.
March 10: Nebraska City Lourdes' Quinten Vasa, center, holds up the trophy with his team.
March 9: Glenwood celebrates after winning its first boys basktball state title in school history.
March 3: Scotus' Maggie Feehan celebrates after winning the Class C-1 title.
March 3: Superior celebrates a Class C-2 championship win over Ravenna.
Feb. 25: Nebraska's Duby Okeke enters Pinnacle Bank Arena with his family at his side on senior night. The Huskers went on to defeat Penn State.
Nebraska's Duby Okeke enters Pinnacle Bank Arena with his family at his side on senior night.
Feb. 24: Creighton's Marcus Foster, left, and Davion Mintz celebrate Creighton's 89-83 overtime victory over Villanova.
Feb. 24: Omaha Creighton Prep's Colin LaFave competes in the 100 fly at the state swimming meet.
Feb. 24: Lincoln Southwest's Anna Heinrich, left, and Josie Ford celebrate their first and second-place finishes in the 50 free at the state swimming meet.
Feb. 17: Kearney’s Phillip Moomey is in the top 20 of his weight class in two national polls. Only a handful of underclassmen are ranked ahead of him.
Feb. 17: Omaha Burke's Jakason Burks does a backflip after defeating Millard South's Caleb Coyle during the 106-pound Class A final at the state wrestling championships.
Jan. 28: Omaha Lancers coach and General Manager David Wilkie talks with players during first-period action.
Jan. 26: UNO's Luke Nogard skates past the referee.
Jan. 16: Nebraska's Nicea Eliely gets excited during pregame introductions as the Huskers went on to beat Iowa.
Nebraska's James Palmer celebrates a home victory over Illinois with Isaiah Roby.
Jan. 9: Former Florida State coach Bobby Bowden, left, talks with former Nebraska coach Tom Osborne during the Outland Trophy banquet.
Jan. 4: Omaha Burke's Shereef Mitchell brings the ball up court in the Metro holiday tournament.
Jan. 1: In his final game with Central Florida, now-Nebraska coach Scott Frost raises the Peach Bowl title after defeating Auburn.