Regis Jesuit's Jack Stoll commits to Nebraska football

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Regis Jesuit's Jack Stoll (84) is now a Nebraska commit. (Jack Eberhard/JacksActionShots.com)

Jack Stoll, a tight end at Regis Jesuit, committed to Nebraska on Wednesday.

Stoll, who will be a senior this fall, announced his decision on Twitter:

The 6-foot-5, 225-pound Stoll caught 19 passes for 176 yards and four touchdowns last season. He's also a member of the boys basketball program.

Stoll picked the Cornhuskers over nine other offers, according to his Rivals profile, including Texas. Colorado, Colorado State, Air Force, Nevada, UNLV, New Mexico, Wyoming and Idaho State were his other offers.

He is a three-star prospect according to Rivals, Scout, 247sports and ESPN.

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Stoll continues a recent trend of Coloradoans to head to Nebraska. Pine Creek's Avery Anderson and Valor Christian's Eric Lee Jr. both signed with the Cornhuskers out of the 2015 class, and lineman Robby Painter (Grandview) and Paul Thurston (Arvada West) will be juniors next season.

In addition, recent Loveland grad Jacob Weinmaster will be a freshman walk-on at linebacker. And last season, Fairview's Kenny Bell was one of Nebraska's stars at wide receiver.

Stoll is the fourth in-state player to commit so far in from the 2016 class.

Regis Jesuit will have to replace Matt Houghtaling at quarterback, the Raiders will return a lot of talent on both sides of the ball for new coach Danny Filleman.