2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: TE Jack Stoll

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Jack Stoll is a sturdy tight end prospect who is a fringe active roster candidate based on his college resume. Stoll has the physical profile of an NFL tight end from a build perspective and his ability to block and provide effort in a stereotypical in-line role will leave the door open for him to make an impact as a depth player at the next level. Stoll battled through injury in 2020, showing admirable toughness to keep himself on the field after missing one contest early in the Big Ten’s abbreviated season. Teams looking to space the field won’t find a lot of appeal here, but traditional in-line tight end snaps will offer some modest upside in the run game. Also of note: Stoll played on the kick return teams and actually did log a handful of returns on short kicks, so special teams potential could help him distance himself from the pack in an effort to find the most proficient 53-man roster possible. 

Ideal Role: TE2 or TE3 as a traditional in-line option.

Scheme Fit: Multi-TE heavy sets.

Written by Kyle Crabbs

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Kyle Crabbs

Director of Scouting

Kyle Crabbs is the Director of Scouting for The Draft Network. Prior to his time with TDN, Kyle worked for seven years as the founder of his own third-party scouting service, NDT Scouting. Providing media coverage and also consultation services for agencies, Crabbs penned an annual NFL Draft Prospectus featuring 300+ player profiles on an annual basis from 2014-2020. Crabbs is currently the co-host of the Draft Dudes podcast with fellow TDN scout Joe Marino and helps coordinate TDN's national scouting effort.

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