Yeah, if I remember correctly, Gdowski was a walk-on that finally got a chance to start when he was a Senior. I remember being impressed with him back in the day...way surpassing my expectations, probably because he was initially an unheralded walk-on when he should've been given a scholarship. I can't remember right off hand if he had to serve a racial apprenticeship or not. Here's what I can recall without a whole lot of research: Josh Davis was a co-starter for Nebraska in 2003 under Solich. He rushed for 600 yards that year. I think he broke some team record for KO return yardage as well, but he was from Colorado. Burkhead was a lightly-recruited 3-star player offered by Pelini and was a starter, but he was from Texas. Then, of course, there was homegrown talent Danny Woodhead, who was ignored by Nebraska staff. They currently have homegrown talent RB Mazour (a Senior next year, put on scholarship by Frost last year) on their roster. He was the third string RB last year and should get more opportunities in 2019. He was the most effective RB when they played Michigan this year (which wasn't saying much as they were blown out, but he had a couple of nice runs and a TD) and was the leading rusher against Bethune with 55 yards. He had a very good Spring game last year as well. Then there was this player, homegrown, a few years ago that I believe lead the team in rushing two years in a row in the Spring Game, which “earned” him a 5th or 6th spot in the RB rotation (“best player plays”, right?) and was moved to FB in his SR year (at 6’ 210lbs).