Tight End
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 250
Year: Senior
Hometown: Baltimore, Md.
High School: Perry Hall HS
Experience: 2 Letters


A versatile fourth-year player ... expected to push for time at tight end ... has battled injuries the last two seasons ... missed the spring while recovering from shoulder surgery.

As a Junior (2012): Appeared in 11 of 12 games at tight end and on special teams … made three solo tackles while playing on special teams … made one solo tackle and blocked a punt against North Carolina State (10/20).

As a Sophomore (2011): Missed the season due to injury …  missed the spring while recovering from shoulder surgery.

As a Redshirt Freshman (2010): Played in the first five games at tight end … started vs. Duke (10/2) … missed the final seven games due to injuries (knee and shoulder) … posted career highs in receptions (3) and yards (23) vs. FIU (9/25) … had a career-long 19-yard catch vs. the Blue Devils.

As a Freshman (2009): Redshirted.

At Perry Hall High School: A strong two-way player … played tight end, wide receiver, linebacker, free safety and punter for the Gators, who were 9-3 in 2008 with a runner-up finish in the 4A North region … No. 36 in SuperPrep’s Mid-Atlantic 54 … rated the 57th-best tight end in the nation by Scout … rated the 67th-best athlete by Rivals … caught 45 passes for 632 yards and nine TDs as a senior in 2008 … also tallied 75 tackles, seven interceptions, seven PBUs and five fumble recoveries during his final prep season … a 2008 first team All-Baltimore Metro performer and all-county selection … also garnered all-state honors …  earned Baltimore County Player of the Year honors as a junior in 2007 after snaring 55 passes for 1,035 yards and 16 TDs, rushing for a touchdown, throwing a 52-yard pass for another and returning one of his four interceptions for a score … also plays basketball and lacrosse … clocked at 4.5 in the 40-yard dash … also recruited by Connecticut, Wake Forest, Rutgers and Syracuse … coached by Keith Robinson.

Personal: Born in Baltimore … parents are Scott and Sharon Stinebaugh … chose Maryland for its tight-knit program and the atmosphere … enjoys working on cars and going to car shows in his spare time … kicked the game-winning field goal in his first varsity game … majoring in criminology and criminal justice.

Career Highs

Receptions - 3 (vs. FIU, 9/27/10; vs. James Madison, 9/12/09)

Receiving Yards - 23 (vs. FIU, 9/25/10)

Long Reception - 19 (vs. Duke, 10/2/10)

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