He is a gritty player that loves to put his nose into the pile and reads the run very well. In coverage, he is athletic enough to fill into space in zone and can be athletic enough to play some man against a running back coming out of the backfield. A real nose for the ball, Stamper should see the field early for the Deacs. Here are highlights from two games during his senior year.
Senior Video: John Stamper
John Stamper is a very athletic, active athlete for West Forsyth High in North Carolina, and the Wake Forest commitment shows that he will fit into their versatile defensive scheme. Stamper is a tough player at linebacker in high school, and he could actually play the position undersized with the throwback style of play.
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