Physical: 40 time-4.45; Bench Press-280 lbs.; Squat-460 lbs.; Vertical-37”
Other Schools Recruited By: Arkansas, Texas Tech, Southern Miss, Kansas, Washington State, Rice, Wyoming, Arkansas State (all offered).
High School: Team Captain, Three-year starter, Four-time State Champion, Sr. season-Class 6AI-1 Player of the Year, Class 6AI-1 All-District 1st-Team, Tulsa World All-State Player of the Year, Tulsa World All-State 1st-Team, Oklahoma All-State Defensive Player of the Year, Oklahoma All-State 1st-Team, Tulsa World All-Metro 1st-Team; Jr. season-Class 6AI-1 All-District 1st-Team, Tulsa World All-State 2nd-Team, Oklahoma All-State Honorable Mention, Tulsa World All-Metro 1st-Team.
Statistics: Sr. season-49 tackles, 18 tackles for loss, interception, 36 rec. for 724-yds, 10 TDs, 39.8-yds punt avg., 24.4-yds kickoff return avg., 11.7-yds punt return avg.; Jr. season-48 tackles, 5 interceptions, 1 TD, 35 rec. for 597-yds, 6 TDs; So. Season-32 tackles, 3 tackles for loss, 2 interceptions, 12.0 kickoff return avg., 5.25 punt return avg.
Scout Ranking: 3-stars (CB #109).
Other Sports: Track/Personal Bests 11.19 in 100 meters, 22.73 in 200 meters, 48.31 in 400 meters, 6’4” in high jump, was a member of 8th place 4X200 meter relay (1:29.72) and 2nd place 4X800 meter relay team (7:54.25).
Interesting Tidbit: Not so much a tidbit as a compliment. Jenks has been so dominant in Oklahoma high school football and after the season Jenks head coach Allen Trimble compared Stoner and his impact on his team to former Jenks Trojan and OU player Rocky Calmus.
Primary Recruiting Coach: Kasey Dunn.
Scouting Report and Projection: He might be able to play both ways and don’t laugh because there is some thought that the offensive and defensive coaching staffs might stage a tug-of-way over who gets his talents in fall camp next August. He can play immediately as he was much more physically mature on his official visit and looked to weight around 195 to 200 pounds. I think he is easily a special teams contributor as a freshman unless there is a conscious decision to red-shirt, which he said he would not be opposed to. He also would play if allowed. Head coach Mike Gundy has not been shy about playing a true freshman if he is capable, and Stoner is not only capable but versatile. I predict you see him as an inside (slot) receiver and he is going to be a difficult match-up for safeties and linebackers because he will be strong enough to deal with them and much faster than they are. Check out the track performances as Stoner has speed and endurance.
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