Jon Stinchcomb
Jon  Stinchcomb


Lilburn, Ga.

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Height / Weight:
6-6 / 297




JON STINCHCOMB...Born: August 27, 1979.

High School: Parkview...USA Today All-USA First Team...Parade Magazine All-America First Team...named AAAA All-State first team by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.and the Georgia Sports Writers Association...chosen one of the Super Eleven, Super Southern 100 and Top 50 in Georgia by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution....named to Macon Telegraph's Sweet 16...named to 1998 Fox Sports South Countdown To Signing Day All-South First Team Offense....Dr. Noah Langdale Award as the Lineman of the Year presented by Atlanta Touchdown Club... four-year starter on the offensive line...two-year starter going both ways...graded out at over 90% blocking for all four years...as a senior, voted by his teammates as a permanent team captain... numerous winner of Parkview's "Player of the Week Award"...All-County offensive lineman and Gwinnett County "Offensive Lineman of the Year" as a sophomore, junior and senior.. four-year recipient of Parkview's "Scholar Athlete Award".....voted "Best All-Around" by senior class, "Outstanding Senior" by the principal, and "Citizenship Award" by the faculty ..."Parkview Panther Award" presented to individual judged by peers to represent the highest in character, academics, athletics and citizenship...also lettered in basketball...earned a perfect 4.0 GPA 13 consecutive years, K-12...High School Coach: Cecil Flowe.

College: 1998 - Redshirted....recipient of 1998 National Football Foundation High School Scholar-Athlete Award presented at Waldorff Astoria Hotel in December....

1999 - Outstanding performance during spring practice....battled for starting OT position during spring drills....was in on 617 of a possible 831 plays during ?99 season...played key role in offensive line that paved the way for a Bulldog offense that ranked second in the SEC in total offense (416 yards per game), third in passing offense (257 yards per game), and fourth in rushing offense (159 yards per game)....named to 1999 Freshman All-America first team by The Sporting News and Football News...Knoxville News Sentinel All-SEC Freshman Team and the SEC Coaches' All-Freshman first team.....named to 1999 SEC Academic Honor Roll...started in Georgia's 28-25 come-from-behind overtime victory over Purdue in the Outback Bowl, the biggest comeback in bowl history (from 0-25 deficit) and the first major sporting event of the 21st century (11:07 a.m., Jan. 1, 2000)....

2000 - Missed spring practice during rehab from shoulder surgery; however, was full speed by pre-season practice ....recipient of 2000-2001 Ramsey Endowed Scholarship for Academic and Athletic Excellence ....started all 11 regular season games at offensive right tackle...named to SEC Coaches All-SEC second team....named to the Verizon/CoSIDA Academic All-District Team, second team Academic All-America, and the SEC Academic Honor Roll....also started in Georgia's 37-14 victory over Virginia in the 2000 Oahu Bowl, Georgia's fourth consecutive bowl victory.....

2001 - Outstanding spring and is expected to be the anchor of the offensive line....named pre-season All-America honorable mention by Street and Smith's...named to the 2001 Rotary Lombardi Award Watch List which included 81 of the nation's top linemen and linebackers...also named to pre-season Outland Award Watch List....recipient of Ramsey Scholarship for Academic/Athletic Excellence.. named to Verizon/CoSIDA Academic All-District Team...one of 11 Division 1-A players from throughout the country named to the AFCA Good Works Team for outstanding contributions to community service...Football News Second Team All-America...rrecorded 18 "dominator" blocks during the season...string of 29 consecutive starts came to an end when he was sidelined with a knee injury suffered during Georgia Tech week...returned to starting lineup vs. Boston College in Music City Bowl...named All-SEC first team by the Associated Press and Football News....SEC Coaches All-SEC second team....finished season with 33 career starts....recipient of Coaches Leadership Award....

2002....Birmingham News pre-season All-SEC first team....also named best offensive lineman in the SEC....Named Recipient Of National Football Foundation Post-Graduate Scholarship....Outstanding spring.....named student-athlete representative to the UGA Athletic Board of Directors....named to 2002 Rotary Lombardi Watch List in April....named to Playboy Magazine pre-season All-America team...Birmingham News pre-season All-SEC first team....also named best offensive lineman in the SEC.... ....selected pre-season first team All-SEC by sportswriters at SEC Football Media Days.....member of team that won Georgia's first SEC championship in 20 years, defeated FSU for Nokia Sugar Bowl title, set school record for most victories in a season (13), and finished with a national ranking of No. 3......anchor of offensive line that paved way for the SEC's top scoring offense (32.14) and passing efficiency offense (138.91)...... one of only three offensive players named to the list of 12 semifinalists for the 2002 Rotary Lombardi Award.....named Recipient of $18,000 National Football Foundation Post-Graduate Scholarship... also named first team Verizon Academic All-American for the second consecutive year with 3.75 GPA in microbiology......named to Walter Camp All-America team and All-America second team by The Associated Press....All-SEC first team by The Associated Press, SEC Coaches, and The Atlanta Journal....invited to play in the Senior Bowl post-season all-star game....elected permanent offensive team captain by teammates at conclusion of season.....Major: Micobiology.

Will be the second Stinchcomb brother in the NFL when he joins the New Orleans Saints after the 2003 NFL Draft. He was the Saints' second Bulldog draft pick of the draft and 3rd in the last two years. Jonathan Sullivan was their first pick of 2003, and was immediately followed by Stinchcomb. Stinchcomb was the 37th overall pick in the 2003 Draft.


Movie: Gladiator
Book: Sarlor Resartus
Television Show: 7th Heaven
Song: Anything by Metallica
Actor: Tom Hanks
Actress: Meg Ryan
Hobby: Watching movies, playing golf
Class: Military Science
Sport Other than Football: Racquetball
Thing about UGA: Saturdays in the Fall
Person I would like to meet: L. Quintus Cinninatus
Person I'd like to switch places with for one day: Donald Rumsfeld
Thing about game day in Athens: Running onto the field
Career I would like to have: Sports Medicine

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