David Stone

  • Pos DL
  • Height 6-4
  • Weight 270

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  • High School IMG Academy
  • City Bradenton, FL
  • Class 2024

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  • Oklahoma 80%
    7 High
  • Michigan State 20%
    4 Med
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Evaluated 11/18/2022

Andrew Ivins
Andrew Ivins Southeast Recruiting Analyst

A disruptive force in the middle that wins with an explosive get-off and heavy hands. Transferred into the national powerhouse that is IMG Academy in advance of his junior season and carved out a role right away up front for a team that finished ranked No. 5 in the MaxPreps Top 25. The type of interior lineman that offers plenty of value as a pass rusher as he quickly shoots into the backfield and gets to work. Ability to cross opposing linemen and collapse pockets is without a doubt promising, but shouldn’t exactly be viewed as some one-trick pony as he also understands how to shed blocks and eat up gaps. Changes directions better than most of his peers, which isn’t surprising given his streamlined build (measured just under 6-foot-3, 270 pounds in Spring 2022). Will need to keep progressing and take to coaching, but should be viewed as a potential difference-maker at the Power Five level, especially with his length (has a near 7-foot wingspan on file) and scheme versatility (has played a variety of different techniques at the prep level). Likely will need some time before he’s ready for a significant number of snaps on Saturdays, but could work his way into the rotation sooner rather than later in obvious passing situations with his burst. NFL upside.

Athletic Background

Started prep career off at Del City in Oklahoma where he also competed in shot put and discus. As a freshman, threw 44-1 shot put and 99-10 in discus.
2022: MaxPreps Junior All-American. Part of an IMG Academy defense that forced 30 turnovers and gave up just 3.0 points per game. The unit also held opponents to just 2.1 yards per rush and 3.7 yards per pass. Recored a pair of sacks against Baltimore St. Frances Academy to close out the season.
-Andrew Ivins

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