Ashland-Greenwood high school senior athlete Ben Stille did a little bit of everything on Friday night against Wahoo.
Facing constant double-teams, the Nebraska defensive end commitment recorded 10+ tackles, multiple quarterback hurries and a forced fumble.
On offense, had he multiple catches, including a big one in the fourth quarter that setup a go-ahead touchdown for the BlueJays.
Hours after the contest, Stille won’t be thinking about what he did on offense or defense. His mind will likely be drifting to his special teams play.
Down 45-42 in overtime, Stille missed a field goal that would have forced a second OT. It wasn’t the senior’s fault, the snap was never handled well.
Ashland-Greenwood was ranked No. 1 in Class C-1 according to the Lincoln Journal Star. Wahoo was unranked. Big Red Report will have more on Stille in the coming days.
UPDATES FROM OTHER NEBRASKA HS PROSPECTS/COMMITS
* San Juan Hills (Cali.) quarterback Patrick O'Brien, a Husker commit, opened the seaon in style, logging 300+ yards in the air, three passing touchdowns and one score on the ground. San Juan Hills was able to knock off San Clemente 34-20 in the process.
* Nebraska four-star offensive line commit John Raridon is part of a Valley high school squad in Iowa that is currently ranked No. 1 in the largest class of football. Tonight, they took on No. 8 Waukee high school and won 44-17. The Tigers recorded 355 total yards with Raridon anchoring the offensive line.
* Former Big Red Report intern and now Scout.com writer Eric Oslund laid eyes on Nebraska commitment J.D. Spielman on Friday night. Oslund will have a full report on Saturday, but the senior impressed. "He has great speed and elusiveness and plays with a lot more physicality than I expected from him," said Oslund. Spielman plays both sides of the football and also punts.
* Fresh off a Nebraska offer last Saturday, Calabasas high school (Cali.) 2017 quarterback Tristan Gebbia opened the season strong according to LA Daily News prep sports reporter Evan Barnes. He recorded the quarterback threw 15-of-20, for 342-yards and three touchdowns.
* One Calabasas high school product that has already pledged to the Huskers is 2016 safety Marquel Dismuke, who also plays wide receiver. He had a pretty good Friday night, as evident below.
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