Senior tight end Jack Stoll has been named to the Mackey Award Watchlist. Stoll has been a solid blocker in the run game. He has shown he can be part of the pass game, but hasn’t really broken out in that area yet.
Jack might be the most famous for his glorious mullet, which was cut off after the 2019 loss to Colorado.
Jack Stoll’s mullet now at the podium. pic.twitter.com/PZg3NVJePX— Parker Gabriel (@HuskerExtraPG) August 1, 2019
The mullet even led to a parody Twitter account, but unfortunately, no tweets were ever forthcoming.
From the athletic department:
Nebraska tight end Jack Stoll earned preseason recognition Friday afternoon, as he was named to the John Mackey Award watch list. The Mackey Award is awarded to the top collegiate tight end in the country.
Stoll, who has started the past 24 games at tight end for the Huskers, hauled in 25 catches for 234 yards and a touchdown in 2019. A three-time member of the Mackey Award watch list, the Lone Tree, Colo., product had three-or-more receptions five times last season, including four catches against Minnesota. He enters his senior campaign with 54 receptions for 568 yards and seven TDs. Stoll was one of 36 players on the preseason watch list.