Three-star tight end Jack Stoll (Aurora, CO/Regis Jesuit) will arrive in Austin Wednesday morning and will leave until next Thursday afternoon.
That’s a great sign for Texas, which was the first major offer for the 6-foot-5, 225-pound pass catching threat.
“I just want to get a feel for Texas as I begin to narrow my search down,” he said. “Texas is one of the three schools I am looking at very closely and I want to get a better feel for the university, football program and city.”
Stoll first checked out UT during the Orange-White Scrimmage where he really got a feel for just how much the Longhorns like to use their tight ends.
In fact, Stoll said Charlie Strong showed him a script of 160 plays from a recent practice. Only 10 of them didn’t involve a tight end.
“I think Texas for sure uses their tight ends,” he said. “I know under Mack Brown they didn’t use tight end’s that much. Obviously under Coach Strong I was able to sit in on some film sessions and he was able to show me their practice script. That was something I really like to see.”