Green Bay Packers injured wide receiver Jordy Nelson will be honored back home in Kansas today.
Nelson will be joined by former teammates Darren Sproles, Clarence Scott and Michael Bishop for induction into the Kansas State Football Ring of Honor. The ceremony will take place at halftime of the Wildcats home game against South Dakota today.
Nelson was named a 2007 Consensus All-American while playing for legendary Wildcats head coach Bill Snyder.
Nelson is considered to be the best wide receiver ever to play at Kansas State. The Packers drafted him with the 36th pick in the 2008 NFL Draft.
Nelson will be undergoing A-C-L surgery soon. He suffered a season ending knee injury in the Packers second preseason game at Pittsburgh and has already been placed on season ending injured reserve.