Honors and Awards
» NU Special Teams Player of the Year (2018)
Jeramiah Stovall was one of Nebraska's top special teams performers as a junior in 2018. Stovall was a member of Nebraska's kickoff coverage in eight of the season's final 10 games, totaling eight tackles on that unit. He tied for the team lead with eight special teams tackles and eight tackles on kickoff coverage. Stovall has single tackles on kickoff coverage at Northwestern and Ohio State, and he had two tackles on kickoff coverage against Wisconsin, Minnesota an Illinois. Stovall also recovered the first fumble of his career against the Illini.
Stovall saw the first game action of his Husker career as a sophomore, appearing in all 12 games. He was a key member of Nebraska’s special teams throughout the season and added depth in the secondary. Stovall finished with four tackles, registering a stop against Northern Illinois, Rutgers, Purdue and Penn State. Each of his four tackles came on special teams, as Stovall ranked third on the team with his four special teams tackles.
2016 (Redshirt Freshman)
Stovall added depth in the secondary, but did not play in a game.
Before Nebraska (Creighton Prep)
Stovall joined the Huskers in January 2016 after being selected from a Husker walk-on tryout. Stovall played high school football at Creighton Prep, where he collected first-team Super-State accolades in 2014 when the Junior Jays took Class A state runner-up honors. Stovall had six interceptions, eight pass breakups, two blocked kicks and 45 tackles as a senior. Offensively, he rushed 75 times for 812 yards and 11 touchdowns, while catching four passes for 58 yards. Stovall also returned kickoffs and punts. As a junior in 2013, he amassed 34 solo tackles and 49 assisted stops, and managed two interceptions in helping the team advance to the state playoffs.
The son of Christopher and Maureen Stovall, Jeramiah was born on Aug. 4, 1997. He is majoring in criminology and criminal justice. He has volunteered his time with the Nebraska Football Road Race, Husker Heroes and local hospital visits.