Weight: 282 pounds
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Scouting Report/Player Notes
Big, long defensive line prospect who is likely best fit as a five technique with a 3-4 team in the NFL. Returning leader and fifth year senior on a defensive line that will anchor one of the top defensive units in all of college football. Very good run-stuffing defensive lineman who had 8.5 tackles for loss and three sacks in 2012 as a junior. Stinson became a full time starter in 2012 after playing a big part in the Alabama rotation as a sophomore, even earning two starts as a redshirt freshman. He is expected to contend for All-SEC honors as a senior. As an NFL prospect, he could be a first or second round DE in a 3-4. After spending Sundays working the merchandise booth at Dolphins games as a high school kid in Miami, Stinson will now be on the field. Saw a great rise in his status as a prospect this past year, jumping from being a relative unknown to being one of the top senior DE prospects in the country. Good athlete being a former linebacker.
Career Highlights (via Alabama athletics site)
2012 (JUNIOR): Has started all 13 games at defensive end … has registered a career-best 29 tackles, including 19 solo stops and 8.5 tackles for a loss (23 yards) … has recorded three sacks and five quarterback hurries to help bolster the nation’s No. 1 defense.
2011 (SOPHOMORE): Stinson was in the Crimson Tide’s rotation along the defensive line … made 19 tackles in 13 games, including five for a loss of 12 yards with a pass breakup, forced fumble and a sack … gave Alabama a consistent run-stopper and a good pass rusher.
2010 (FRESHMAN): Stinson played in nine games and earned two starts … tallied 14 tackles, including eight solo stops, all on running plays … recorded two quarterback hurries.