UPDATE: Despite having his transfer request blocked, Vedral has tweeted that he will return to Nebraska.
— ⚡Noah Vedral⚡ (@Noah11_V) January 9, 2018
According to a report from Knights 247, Central Florida has blocked Nebraska native Noah Vedral's request to transfer to Nebraska.
Vedral, a Bishop Neumann graduate, was recruited by Scott Frost to play at Central Florida and served as a backup to the Knight's starting quarterback McKenzie Milton a season ago.
The report says that UCF has blocked a transfer to any American Athletic Conference school as well as Nebraska.
Serving in the backup role as a true freshman, Vedral threw for 276 yards and one touchdown, completed 22 of his 29 passes and rushed for 77 yards and two touchdowns.
As a senior at Bishop Neumann in Wahoo, Nebraska, Vedral passed for 2,001 yards and rushed for 739.