"I feel like my pass rush went well, like it normally does. I talked with the coaches. They said I'm still raw with my technique but I'm also a guy that's been spread out. I play running back, fullback; I split out. I've played linebacker and defensive end so I haven't just focused on D-End," Nerness said.
"I went (to Iowa) strictly as a defensive end. I'm going to Oklahoma to work out at linebacker. I'm going to Missouri as a D-End," the 6-foot-4, 230-pounder said.
Nerness said he will camp at Kansas State. He feels good about his standing with the Wildcats.
As far as Iowa, Nerness is unsure about how they feel about him.
"I went up there and did what I had to do; did what I do. It is what it is. At this point it's up to them. I already have a D-I offer so I'm not stressing out. I'm also going to other D-I camps," Nerness said.