"I got injured during my sophomore year," Nord said. "I ended up coming back with four games left last season. I had a growth plate fracture. I only played defense so I wanted to show what I could do at tight end. I wanna play some offense this year."
Nord was very impressive on Saturday. He checked in at 6-foot-6 and 210 pounds and ran a 4.69/40 and had a 33-inch vertical leap.
"I'm a big guy with speed and that's a tough combo to find," he said. "What position I play in college doesn't matter. I just want to play."
The son of Florida Atlantic offensive coordinator Gary Nord, Nathan is already getting interest from college coaches.
The Cardinal are at the top of his list at this point in the process.
"I really like Louisville," he said. "My dad went there. My uncle coaches there and I have a lot of family that lives there. That would be a great opportunity for me if they were to offer."