(Lincoln, NE) -- Husker tight end Jack Stoll will not return to Lincoln for a sixth year.
The fifth-year senior tight end announced his intentions to enter the 2021 NFL Draft via his Twitter page Monday afternoon. All seniors this year would still have eligibility due to the NCAA's pandemic-related eligibility freeze for 2020.
Stoll had an injury riddled final season with the Huskers. He made his 25th straight start in game number one against Ohio State, but suffered a knee injury during the game. He would only play in six more games the rest of the year. Before that, Stoll had a productive career. He played in every single game his first season on the field after a redshirt year, and then started every single game as a sophomore and as a junior. In total, Stoll played in 43 games with the Huskers.