Right-Handed Pitcher
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 155
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Irving, Texas
High School: Irving


2012 Outlook: Jeff Stovall (pronounced STOW-vall) came to Nebraska as one of the top pitching prospects in the state of Texas • Has great control of three pitches • Threw seven complete games as a senior at Irving High School • Pitched 3.2 innings during the fall over two appearances with one strikeout.

“Jeff is a great competitor who can start and be used in long-relief situations,” Head Coach Darin Erstad said. “The biggest thing for him right now is to improve his strength.”

Before Nebraska:
Ranked as one of the top-500 prospects in the nation and the 51st-best prospect in the state of Texas by Perfect Game USA, Stovall was a first-team All-Texas Region selection in 2011 • Played for Jay Malone at Irving High School • Posted an 8-3 record with seven complete games and added three saves as a senior in 65.2 innings of work • Struck out 82 of the 282 batters he faced • Was one of the team’s top offensive threats as well with a .445 batting average in a team-high 110 at bats • Recorded 49 hits, including six doubles, two triples and seven home runs, while leading the team with 50 RBIs • Struck out 65 batters in 59 innings with a 3.08 ERA in 2010 • At the plate, hit .382 with 31 RBIs • Was 3-for-3 with two home runs, including one grand slam, and seven RBIs in a regular-season game as a junior • Was a four-time first-team all-district selection • Named the district MVP as a sophomore and was the Co-MVP as a senior • Chose Nebraska over TCU, Arizona State and Arkansas.

Born on April 29, 1993, in Irving, Texas • Parents are Bobby and Jacki Stovall • Has one sister, Lindsay • Major is business administration.
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