The Midlanders in the NFL list, published in The World-Herald on Dec. 23.
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David Johnson (Northern Iowa): Two rushes for 3 yards, 4 yards on one reception.
Chris Jones (Nebraska): Three tackles (one solo).
Adrian Clayborn (Iowa): One solo tackle.
Sam Koch (Nebraska): Two punts for 102 yards (long 60), 51.0 yard average.
Micah Hyde (Iowa): Seven tackles (six solo), one fumble recovery.
David Montgomery (Iowa State): 13 rushes for 57 yards. 2 yards on one reception.
Prince Amukamara (Nebraska): Two solo tackles.
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Cethan Carter (Nebraska): One solo tackle.
Stanley Morgan (Nebraska): Two tackles (one solo).
Maliek Collins (Nebraska): One solo tackle.
Noah Fant (Omaha South/Iowa): 10 yards on two receptions.
Anthony Hitchens (Iowa): Six tackles (three solo).
Ben Niemann (Iowa): Three solo tackles.
Los Angeles Chargers
Desmond King (Iowa): Three tackles (two solo)
Los Angeles Rams
Greg Zuerlein (Missouri Western/UNO): 4 for 4 on extra points, 1 for 2 on field goal (long of 52).
Jomal Wiltz (Iowa State): Three tackles (two solo).
Rex Burkhead (Nebraska): Five rushes for 20 yards, one touchdown; 77 yards on four receptions, one lost fumble.
Will Compton (Nebraska): 12 tackles (10 solo).
Nathan Gerry (Nebraska): Seven tackles (six solo); one kick return for 21 yards.
George Kittle (Iowa): 79 yards on five receptions, one touchdown.
Ndamukong Suh (Nebraska): Five tackles (three solo), 1 1⁄2 sacks, one pass defended.
Lavonte David (Nebraska): 10 tackles (eight solo), one tackle for loss, one quarterback hit.
Shaq Barrett (Colorado State/Boys Town): Two tackles (one solo), one quarterback hit.
Joshua Kalu (Nebraska): One solo tackle.
The Nebraska 100: Our greatest athletes
The Nebraska 100, originally selected in 2005 and then updated and re-ranked in 2015, came from a pool of nearly 500 names from the ranks of high school, college, amateur and professional sports from the past 140 years. Assistance came from a panel of veteran sports observers from across the state, with the newspaper's sports staff determining the final rankings.