Up and over: Nebraska TE Jack Stoll shows off impressive vertical by hurdling Rutgers defender
Jack Stoll has got some pretty good ups for a tight end. He wasn’t afraid to show it off during Friday night’s contest between Nebraska and Rutgers.
The Nebraska tight end made the highlight reel on Friday night, hurdling a Rutgers defender in the 1st half of the game. Stoll caught the pass and was able to leap over the Scarlet Knight to pick up an 11-yard gain and a 1st down. That play helped the Huskers get into the end zone later on the drive.
That reception was one of two Stoll has had in the game up to that point. He’s totaled 34 yards.
Jack Stoll's vertical is higher than the temperature. 😮
— Nebraska On BTN (@NebraskaOnBTN) December 19, 2020
Nebraska turned the drive into a touchdown, and was able to take its first lead of the game at 7-6.
Stoll hasn’t been a huge part of the Huskers’ passing attack this season, totaling just 4 receptions for 45 yards coming into Friday night’s game. But he’s made a couple big catches already in the final game of the season.
This one, so far, was the most impressive.