Preseason Profile: Nathan Stupar, LB

Nathan Stupar #54

College: Penn State
Height: 6’1⅝”
Weight: 241 lbs
Arm Length: 31.3″
Hand Size 9.1″

 

40 Yard Dash: 4.78
3 Cone Drill: 6.84
20 Yard Shuttle: 4.28
Bench Press: 21 reps
Vertical Jump: 31″
Broad Jump: 116″

 

Nathan Stupar was drafted out of Linebacker U. Regardless of what the college is famous for now, they have been able to produce solid linebackers on a yearly basis. Nathan has a really high football IQ and comes in as a very disciplined player. How’s that for a change of pace huh? Disciplined? He also comes from a pedigree of NFL players which include a brother Jonathan Stupar who most recently played TE for the Baltimore Ravens and an uncle Jeff Hostetler who is a former quarterback of the Raiders.

Stupar started 7 games his senior season at outside linebacker and collected 73 tackles which included 6.5 tackles for a loss and 2 sacks. He’s still is a bit of an unknown though having played behind a rich crop of linebackers at Penn State. Stupar projects to battle for a special teams spot his first season while he attempts to make his mark on defense. Expect him to add weight to his frame to help be more competitive at the next level. He looks to have a decent frame to play at 250-255.

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  • Wouldn't be surprised if Lofton decision is tomorrow and not today. Depends on wording.
    about 12 hours ago
  • .@corryjoel said today. Could be tomorrow. https://t.co/eX887cAWnR
    about 12 hours ago
  • It's only a matter of time on Lofton. Heeney already stole playing time. Don't get keeping him.
    about 12 hours ago
  • McKenzie should be criticized for not taking the same out on Curtis Lofton's contract. Unless date is wrong, $3.5M was guaranteed today.
    about 12 hours ago
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    about 12 hours ago