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.