Jack Stoll Excited for UT Visit

The Longhorns gained some momentum on Tuesday when three-star offensive lineman Tope Imade (Arlington, Texas/Bowie) gave UT his verbal pledge, and they’ll have an opportunity to build off that Wednesday when one of its top offensive targets visits.

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.”

Colorado and Nebraska are the other two programs Stoll is paying close attention to. He’s visited each of these schools already.

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.”


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