BIOGRAPHY: Four-year starter and prior All-Conference selection who began his career at left tackle before moving to the right side as a sophomore.
POSITIVES: Hard-working, small area blocker with average size. Bends his knees, gets leverage on opponents and stays square. Jolts defenders with good hand punch, flashes strength in his upper body and knocks defenders from their angle of attack. Solid position blocker who seals the edge. Plays with a nasty attitude and works hard until the whistle blows.
NEGATIVES: Struggles to adjust and beaten by quick, nimble opponents. Displays limited footwork and blocking range.
ANALYSIS: Stamper has been a productive and durable offensive linemen on the college-level. A tackle at Vanderbilt, he projects to guard at the next level and has a future in the NFL if he adds bulk to his frame and improves his footwork.