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Kyle Stapley

Height

6-3

Weight

293 lbs.

Class

Sr.

Hometown

Morgan, Utah

Previous School

Snow College/Morgan HS

EXP

&3VL

&utilizing super senior season.

Academics:  Named Mountain West All-Academic in 2019 … named Mountain West Scholar-Athlete in 2019-20.

2020 (Senior Season): Started and played all seven games as the starting center … recorded 520 snaps, second-most on the team … named honorable mention All-Mountain West … among MW centers with 350 snaps, he was third in fewest total pressures allowed … had a pass blocking efficiency of 97.9% …

2019 (Junior Season):  Started and played in all 12 games as the starting center … led the Lobos with 850 snaps played … recorded a 99.1% snap efficiency, hitting 849 of 856 snaps … had a pass blocking efficiency of 99.1% … allowed six total pressures, the best among UNM linemen.

2018 (Sophomore Season):  Started and played in all 12 games as the starting center … led the Lobos with 812 snaps … recorded a 99.1% snap efficiency, hitting 808 of 812 snaps … had a pass blocking efficiency of 97.5% … was UNM’s lone regular offensive lineman to not record a penalty.

Junior College:  Spent two seasons at Snow College for coach Paul Peterson … redshirted in 2016 and lettered in 2017 … blocked for a team that averaged 452.4 yards of offense, averaging 37.2 points per game … stapley helped block for NJCAA All-America running back D’Arman Notoa … led Snow to the El Toro Bowl and a No. 6 national ranking

High School:  Lettered at Morgan High School for coach Kovi Christensen … a two-time all-conference lineman who graduated in 2014 … named to the Utah 3A All-State team.

Personal: Served an LDS Mission … born on November 20, 1995 … graduated with a degree in business administration … currently working on his master’s in business administration.