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Jack Stoll, Tight End From Colorado, Commits To Nebraska Wednesday Morning

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The Huskers get another Tight End, this time from the West in Colorado.

Jon Johnston

It was down to the Texas Longhorns and the Nebraska Cornhuskers for a Tight End. And, this time, the good guys prevail.

Jack Stoll, the Aurora, Colorado Tight End out of Regis Jesuit High School made his commitment known that he's a Husker on Wednesday right before lunch time.

Stoll was not only wanted by Texas, but had offers from Colorado, Colorado State, Virginia, Wyoming, UNLV and the Air Force Academy.

Stoll is the 34th best Tight End in the '16 class, and the 3rd best player in the state of Colorado with a .852 247 Composite ranking. For comparison sakes, the other Nebraska TE verbal, Lincoln Christian's Jared Bubak, is a .853 in the 247 Composite and the 29th best TE in the '16 class.

Stoll visited for Nebraska's Spring Game and got his offer that day. Even though Texas was in it for a while with a visit about 2 weeks ago, the Huskers got the final visit a couple weekends ago,  and Stoll decided that it was the right fit for him.

With the Stoll commitment, the fuzz around a possible decommit by Bubak to Arizona State calms down, even if it really happens (which I don't think it will). The Huskers have proven with these 2 commitment and the Snyder verbal that the Tight End position is up for grabs and youth will be there for a while.

With the Stoll and Dismuke verbals this last week, the Huskers vault into 23rd in the 247 Composite rankings. A pretty good week, but could it be even better? YES IT CAN!