Stanford Cardinal Roster 2019 Cardinal Roster

Head Coach: David Shaw        2017 Salary: $5,680,441        Offensive Coordinator: Tavita Pritchard       Defensive Coordinator: Lance Anderson         

Stadium: Stanford Stadium       Surface: Grass        City: Stanford        State: California

Returns and new roles have David Shaw's guys ready for a season of competition. The Pac-12 North continues to become a sea with rough tides as recruiting classes improve and rosters get deeper. The most promising news for this team is the return of starters and the opportunity to let newcomers earn their roles. A healthy competition will help cover a slew of positions that the team forfeited to the NFL draft or graduations. One of the most recognizable names to remain on campus for another season is Bryce Love.

Name Pos
K.J. Costello K. Costello QB
Ryan Burns R. Burns QB
Jack Richardson J. Richardson QB
Davis Mills D. Mills QB
Cameron Scarlett C. Scarlett RB
Dorian Maddox D. Maddox RB
Connor Wedington C. Wedington RB
Bryce Love B. Love RB
Trevor Speights T. Speights RB
Trenton Irwin T. Irwin WR
Jay Tyler J. Tyler WR
Donald Stewart D. Stewart WR
Paxton Segina P. Segina WR
JJ Arcega-Whiteside J. Arcega-Whiteside WR
Isaiah Brandt-Sims I. Brandt-Sims WR
Sidhart Krishnamurthi S. Krishnamurthi WR
Harry Schwartz H. Schwartz WR
Osiris St. Brown O. S. Brown WR
Dalton Schultz D. Schultz TE
Scooter Harrington S. Harrington TE
Kaden Smith K. Smith TE
Ben Snyder B. Snyder TE
Colby Parkinson C. Parkinson TE
Tucker Fisk T. Fisk TE
Reagan Williams R. Williams FB
Daniel Marx D. Marx FB
Houston Heimuli H. Heimuli FB
Ben Edwards B. Edwards S
Brandon Simmons B. Simmons S
Justin Reid J. Reid S
Andrew Pryts A. Pryts S
Denzel Franklin D. Franklin S
Stuart Head S. Head S
Bobby Okereke B. Okereke LB
Jordan Perez J. Perez LB
Jordan Fox J. Fox LB
Sean Barton S. Barton LB
Joey Alfieri J. Alfieri LB
Mike Tyler M. Tyler LB
Peter Kalambayi P. Kalambayi LB
Anthony Trinh A. Trinh LB
Ryan Beecher R. Beecher LB
Kevin Palma K. Palma LB
Lewis Burik L. Burik LB
Casey Toohill C. Toohill LB
Lane Veach L. Veach LB
Gabe Reid G. Reid LB
Curtis Robinson C. Robinson LB
Mustafa Branch M. Branch LB
Charlie Beall C. Beall K
Collin Riccitelli C. Riccitelli K
Michael Williams M. Williams DE
Dylan Jackson D. Jackson DE
Jovan Swann J. Swann DE
Eric Cotton E. Cotton DE
Ryan Johnson R. Johnson DE
Thomas Schaffer T. Schaffer DE
Treyjohn Butler T. Butler CB
Frank Buncom F. Buncom CB
Alijah Holder A. Holder CB
Malik Antoine M. Antoine CB
Obi Eboh O. Eboh CB
Alameen Murphy A. Murphy CB
Quenton Meeks Q. Meeks CB
J.J. Parson J. Parson CB
Paulson Adebo P. Adebo CB
Jake Bailey J. Bailey P
Jet Toner J. Toner P
Nick Wilson N. Wilson G
Dylan Powell D. Powell G
Austin Maihen A. Maihen G
Brandon Fanaika B. Fanaika G
Nate Herbig N. Herbig G
Wesley Annan W. Annan DT
Harrison Phillips H. Phillips DT
Bo Peek B. Peek DT
Dalyn Wade-Perry D. Wade-Perry DT
David Bright D. Bright OT
Clark Yarbrough C. Yarbrough OT
A.T. Hall A. Hall OT
Jack Dreyer J. Dreyer OT
Henry Hattis H. Hattis OT
Walker Little W. Little OT
Foster Sarell F. Sarell OT
Devery Hamilton D. Hamilton OT
Brian Chaffin B. Chaffin C
Jesse Burkett J. Burkett C
Drew Dalman D. Dalman C
C.J. Keller C. Keller LS
Richard McNitzky R. McNitzky LS
Name Pos Number Height Weight
K.J. Costello K. Costello QB 3 6' 5" 215
Ryan Burns R. Burns QB 17 6' 5" 230
Jack Richardson J. Richardson QB 18 6' 5" 213
Davis Mills D. Mills QB 15 6' 4" 220
Cameron Scarlett C. Scarlett RB 22 6' 1" 216
Dorian Maddox D. Maddox RB 28 5' 10" 202
Connor Wedington C. Wedington RB 5 6' 0" 198
Bryce Love B. Love RB 20 5' 10" 202
Trevor Speights T. Speights RB 23 5' 11" 209
Trenton Irwin T. Irwin WR 2 6' 2" 204
Jay Tyler J. Tyler WR 4 5' 8" 160
Donald Stewart D. Stewart WR 8 6' 4" 200
Paxton Segina P. Segina WR 14 6' 4" 204
JJ Arcega-Whiteside J. Arcega-Whiteside WR 19 6' 3" 225
Isaiah Brandt-Sims I. Brandt-Sims WR 21 5' 11" 178
Sidhart Krishnamurthi S. Krishnamurthi WR 86 5' 11" 176
Harry Schwartz H. Schwartz WR 11 6' 0" 189
Osiris St. Brown O. S. Brown WR 9 6' 2" 186
Dalton Schultz D. Schultz TE 9 6' 6" 242
Scooter Harrington S. Harrington TE 80 6' 5" 250
Kaden Smith K. Smith TE 82 6' 5" 252
Ben Snyder B. Snyder TE 87 6' 4" 249
Colby Parkinson C. Parkinson TE 84 6' 7" 240
Tucker Fisk T. Fisk TE 88 6' 4" 260
Reagan Williams R. Williams FB 6 6' 3" 220
Daniel Marx D. Marx FB 35 6' 2" 255
Houston Heimuli H. Heimuli FB 34 5' 11" 244
Ben Edwards B. Edwards S 9 6' 0" 199
Brandon Simmons B. Simmons S 2 6' 0" 199
Justin Reid J. Reid S 8 6' 1" 204
Andrew Pryts A. Pryts S 25 6' 1" 222
Denzel Franklin D. Franklin S 28 6' 0" 202
Stuart Head S. Head S 18 6' 4" 201
Bobby Okereke B. Okereke LB 20 6' 3" 234
Jordan Perez J. Perez LB 15 6' 2" 228
Jordan Fox J. Fox LB 10 6' 3" 227
Sean Barton S. Barton LB 27 6' 3" 224
Joey Alfieri J. Alfieri LB 32 6' 3" 239
Mike Tyler M. Tyler LB 33 6' 5" 236
Peter Kalambayi P. Kalambayi LB 34 6' 3" 247
Anthony Trinh A. Trinh LB 40 6' 2" 239
Ryan Beecher R. Beecher LB 43 6' 1" 245
Kevin Palma K. Palma LB 44 6' 2" 248
Lewis Burik L. Burik LB 49 5' 10" 205
Casey Toohill C. Toohill LB 52 6' 4" 248
Lane Veach L. Veach LB 86 6' 6" 233
Gabe Reid G. Reid LB 90 6' 2" 231
Curtis Robinson C. Robinson LB 21 6' 3" 232
Mustafa Branch M. Branch LB 31 5' 11" 212
Charlie Beall C. Beall K 27 6' 2" 206
Collin Riccitelli C. Riccitelli K 37 6' 0" 196
Michael Williams M. Williams DE 57 6' 2" 293
Dylan Jackson D. Jackson DE 97 6' 6" 264
Jovan Swann J. Swann DE 51 6' 2" 271
Eric Cotton E. Cotton DE 80 6' 6" 262
Ryan Johnson R. Johnson DE 23 6' 4" 262
Thomas Schaffer T. Schaffer DE 91 6' 7" 290
Treyjohn Butler T. Butler CB 8 5' 11" 197
Frank Buncom F. Buncom CB 5 6' 2" 206
Alijah Holder A. Holder CB 13 6' 2" 188
Malik Antoine M. Antoine CB 3 5' 11" 192
Obi Eboh O. Eboh CB 22 6' 2" 194
Alameen Murphy A. Murphy CB 4 5' 11" 198
Quenton Meeks Q. Meeks CB 24 6' 2" 197
J.J. Parson J. Parson CB 26 5' 10" 175
Paulson Adebo P. Adebo CB 11 6' 1" 189
Jake Bailey J. Bailey P 14 6' 2" 202
Jet Toner J. Toner P 26 6' 4" 201
Nick Wilson N. Wilson G 54 6' 3" 273
Dylan Powell D. Powell G 55 6' 3" 281
Austin Maihen A. Maihen G 62 6' 5" 289
Brandon Fanaika B. Fanaika G 71 6' 3" 315
Nate Herbig N. Herbig G 63 6' 4" 334
Wesley Annan W. Annan DT 96 6' 4" 275
Harrison Phillips H. Phillips DT 66 6' 4" 295
Bo Peek B. Peek DT 99 6' 3" 296
Dalyn Wade-Perry D. Wade-Perry DT 24 6' 4" 316
David Bright D. Bright OT 64 6' 5" 299
Clark Yarbrough C. Yarbrough OT 70 6' 6" 285
A.T. Hall A. Hall OT 75 6' 5" 299
Jack Dreyer J. Dreyer OT 76 6' 8" 301
Henry Hattis H. Hattis OT 78 6' 6" 291
Walker Little W. Little OT 72 6' 7" 313
Foster Sarell F. Sarell OT 79 6' 7" 314
Devery Hamilton D. Hamilton OT 74 6' 7" 287
Brian Chaffin B. Chaffin C 65 6' 2" 275
Jesse Burkett J. Burkett C 73 6' 4" 300
Drew Dalman D. Dalman C 51 6' 3" 279
C.J. Keller C. Keller LS 68 6' 3" 214
Richard McNitzky R. McNitzky LS 69 6' 1" 209

Love offers the offensive attack a sense of purpose. He moves well without the ball and is quick to take on blocking assignments. Aside for these assistant notes, Love is one of the most dynamic backs in the nation. He moves well outside the backfield and can get second-level on a defense quickly. He enters the season facing a talented list prospects vying for the Heisman trophy. The news of gaining another season under his belt was music to an offense that will started an inexperienced quarterback. K.J. Costello answered the bell late last season to come in and relieve Keller Chyrst. His efforts were stuff of legend as he was a driving force in victories over Washington and Notre Dame. The schedule once again slates a Stanford and Washington showdown, one of the marquee games on the schedule. Familiarity with a defense and a style of play with only help Costello in his attempt to retain the starting job. It also helps when you have a Heisman hopeful in your backfield. The offense will perform at a higher clip than last year, sending relief throughout the program.

It is never easy replacing veteran talents which was the case for the defensive front of this Cardinal defensive attack. The frontline undergoes a complete transformation, slotting guys who have never experienced a start in key positions. While the recruiting class was tame for this highly-respected program, the defense did get a few adds at the ends and linebacker positions. These blue-chip prospects could create some havoc in training camps and earn that standout role in a starting position. Thankfully, the team has already built depth through the addition of walk-ons and returns. The secondary misses their All-American at safety but retains a bulk of the starters at the corners. To offset their losses, this side of the ball will be targeting their advantages: speed and size. Most of the physical make-up extending at positions is something coordinators can work to mold. Their signings and younger talents have put the work in to help them add strength and learn the tangibles needed to succeed. This side of the ball should be able to contend within division play. The true test will be how they match-up against quick play. Teams that rush to the line and go without huddle could cause problems for the inexperience upfront. The implementation of new sets and quick substitutions will allow this defense to remain fresh during rushed play.