In his final season, Ben Stille started every game, capping his career with 20 straight starts. His 42 tackles, 6.0 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, and three pass breakups were a career-high. The Big Ten coaches and media chose Stille as an honorable mention All-Big Ten defender.
Pro Football Focus also recognized him as a first-team All-Big Ten selection. Stille became the first scholar-athlete in program history to receive the award six times as he created academic history for the Huskers by being named to the Academic All-Big Ten team.
In his first game against Illinois, Stille recorded four tackles. In his tenth straight start against Fordham, he produced a two-yard tackle for loss. Stille recorded four tackles, a half-TLL, and three quarterback hurries in the game against Buffalo.
His five tackles against No. 3 Oklahoma were a career-best, and he even had a tackle for a loss of one yard. At Michigan State, ranked 20th, Stille made two tackles. Against Northwestern, Stille had three tackles and a pass breakup.
Against No. 9 Michigan, he produced two tackles and another pass breakup. Stille made four tackles at Minnesota, including three solo stops. He made five tackles against Purdue, tying a career-high.
He was involved in two sacks and was given credit for two half-sacks. Stille recorded two tackles, including a two-yard TFL, against No. 6 Ohio State. At No. 19 Wisconsin, he had four tackles and intercepted one pass. Against No. 17 Iowa, Stille concluded his career with a career-high six tackles, 1.5 TFLs, and a half sack.
Ben Stille Contract
Ben Stille agreed to terms with the Miami Dolphins on a one-year deal worth 207,000 dollars.
Ben Stille Salary
Ben Stille earns an annual salary of $207,000 on average. A signing bonus is not included in his pay at this time.
Ben Stille Net Worth
Ben Still has an estimated net worth of $200,000 dollars