Hometown: Baltimore, Md.
Height & Weight: 6-foot-4, 250 pounds
Projected Position on Depth Chart: Backup tight end
The rundown: Stinebaugh is a versatile tight end who could be a weapon in the offense, but injuries have been a consistent problem for him. He missed last season because of an injury and had a shoulder surgery which sidelined him for the spring. He played in the first five games of his redshirt freshman season and even started one of them before having his season cut short because of an injury. Stinebaugh is a fast tight end, being clocked at about 4.5 seconds in the 40-yard dash in the past and could be a vertical threat if he ever sees the field.
Expectations for 2012: The biggest concern for Stinebaugh is his history with injuries. There is no guarantee that he will stay healthy the whole season and could miss more time with injuries. He is also buried on the depth chart beneath seniors Matt Furstenburg, Devonte Campbell and Ryan Schlothauer, making his chances of seeing the field very slim. Stinebaugh should see more playing time in his senior season, but as for next season, Stinebaugh will most likely be seen on the sidelines.