Suh shows serious gratitude to alma mater

Nebraska DT Ndamukong Suh is widely expected to be one of the top five picks in the draft, and with that lofty status should come a lucrative contract with significant guaranteed money.

Well, Suh is wasting no time in donating his soon-to-be-incoming cash to the school that helped launch him to such success.

And not only is Suh giving back, he’s providing a substantial amount. According to the Omaha World-Herald, Suh has pledged to donate $2.6 million to Nebraska.

The newspaper reports that $2 million will go toward the strength and conditioning program, and $600,000 will be given to the university’s engineering department.

In his five seasons as a Cornhusker (he was redshirted as a freshman), Suh got better each year, and he was a finalist for the Heisman Trophy in 2009. He graduated with a construction engineering degree.

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