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Dustin Stanton
OG #72
Height:
6-6
Weight:
298
College:
Oregon State
Hometown:
Marysville, Wash.
Experience:
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      Versatile offensive line prospect with potentially high ceiling ... Began collegiate career as a 6-4, 245-pound TE before moving to OL as a redshirt freshman ... A durable player, he started 30 consecutive games, including 21 at ROT and nine at RG, from the middle of his sophomore season through the end of his senior season ... Was a team captain as a senior ... Helped 2016 Beavers to 5.2-yard per carry average, the highest in OSU history.

      Versatile offensive line prospect with potentially high ceiling ... Began collegiate career as a 6-4, 245-pound TE before moving to OL as a redshirt freshman ... A durable player, he started 30 consecutive games, including 21 at ROT and nine at RG, from the middle of his sophomore season through the end of his senior season ... Was a team captain as a senior ... Helped 2016 Beavers to 5.2-yard per carry average, the highest in OSU history.

 

     Career transactions: Signed with Cincinnati as college free agent on 5-5-17.

 

     College highlights: Played in 49 games, with 30 starts (21 at ROT, nine at RG) ... Began career as a TE, but moved to offensive line due to multiple injuries on the line. 2016—Team captain ... Started all 12 games (three at ROT, nine at RG) ... Helped Beavers set single-season school record with 5.2-yard per carry average. 2015—Started all 12 games at ROT. 2014—Returned to TE for beginning of spring practice, but made permanent transition back to OT midway through spring drills ... Played in all 12 games, with six starts ... Moved into starting lineup at ROT due to injury to OSU’s starter, but he retained the position upon that player’s return from injury. 2013—Began season at TE, but moved to offensive line due to multiple injuries at the position ... Played in all 13 games, primarily on special teams. 2012—Did not play (redshirt) ... Practiced at TE with the scout team.

 

     High school: Attended Lakewood High School in Marysville, Wash. ... Was a three-year captain and started at TE and LB all three years ... Totaled 21 catches and four TDs as a senior, as well as 42 tackles at LB ... Also a four-year starter on the basketball team, and participated in track and field.

 

     Personal: Hometown is Marysville, Wash. ... Business administration major at Oregon State, with an option in entrepreneurship ... Named to Pac-12 All-Academic First Team in 2013, ’14 and ’16, and earned honorable mention honors in ’15 ... Father, Marty, played at Eastern Washington.

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