2016 Regis Jesuit tight end Jack Stoll is reporting that he has made his verbal to the University of Nebraska. The Cornhusker choice comes a few days after Stoll delayed his decision to weigh the pros and cons between Texas, his other finalist, and Nebraska.
The 6-5 235 pound Stoll is one of Colorado’s most diverse offensive performers comfortable lining up in multiple spots working as a blocker and receiver. Further, Stoll should have a big senior campaign as new Regis Head Coach Danny Filleman likes to throw the ball and the big and athletic Stoll fits the bill. Starting in March, Stoll went from a hidden gem to a national level recruit as more and more programs saw the versatility of the utility knife offensive performer. The big framed Stoll will easily put on 20 pounds during his career in college. Further, Stoll is a willing and physical blocker, often working out of the backfield as a lead blocker in the run game. It will be interesting to see how Nebraska Head Coach Mike Riley works Stoll into his offense.
With his verbal made, Stoll can concentrate on helping the Raiders, one of Colorado’s top programs, transition to a new and exciting era.