Matt Stinchcomb
Matt  Stinchcomb

Lilburn, Ga.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 290



University of Georgia


MATTHEW DOUGLASS STINCHCOMB...Born: June 3, 1977...High School: Parkview...USA Today All-USA first team offense selection...BLUECHIP Illustrated All-America Dream Team...named to the PARADE MAGAZINE All-American Team...named first team All-State AAAA by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the Associated Press...member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100 and Top 50 in Georgia...named to STREET & SMITH'S All-American Team and a first team All-South selection by FORREST DAVIS...invited to play in the Georgia-Florida High School All-Star Classic...carried a 4.0 grade point average in honors classes...also played defense in his senior year recording 69 tackles after only playing full time in the last four games...High School Coach: Cecil Flowe.

College: 1995 - Played in all 11 games at split guard and tight guard during '95 season including one start in regular season finale against Georgia Tech...also recorded significant time in 1995 Peach Bowl game...

1996 - Outstanding spring being listed as number one RT at conclusion of spring drills...started all 11 games at RT during '96 season...named to SEC Good Works Team which annually recognizes the league's players who have devoted themselves to outstanding community service...named second team All-SEC by SEC of the best young offensive linemen in SEC...All-America potential...his 3.8 grade point average earned him a spot on the Academic All-America District team...named to 1996 SEC Academic Honor Roll...

1997- Selected as a representative from schools across the country in 20 different sports to participate in the 1997 NCAA Foundation Leadership Conference in Orlando (May)...the conference provided opportunities to explore viable solutions to critical issues facing student-athletes...Recipient of recognition award at the 1997 Peach of an Athlete program sponsored annually by the Atlanta Area Council, Boy Scouts of America...recipient of numerous Georgia academic honors including selection as a Presidential Scholar, Tate Society, and the team Scholar Athlete Award...also involved in numerous community service volunteer projects including the Habitat for Humanity, Clarke County Mentor Program, Athens Homeless Shelter, and After School Program...recipient of the Ramsey Scholarship for Academic and Athletic Excellence...member of UGA Student-Athlete Council Committee for Intercollegiate Athletics...pre-season All-America first team selection by ATHLON...honorable mention All-American by STREET AND SMITH'S...pre-season All-SEC choice by ATHLON, FOOTBALL NEWS, LINDY'S, STREET AND SMITH' of 11 Division I-A players from throughout the country named to the 1997 American Football Coaches Association "Good Works Team"...1997 Southeastern Conference "Good Works Team"...outstanding season in which he ran his starting streak to 21 games...anchored offensive line for UGA team that finished second in the SEC in rushing offense (159.91 yards per game), third in total offense (432.64 yards per game)...and fourth in scoring offense (31.55 points per game)...also protected QB Mike Bobo who finished first in the SEC and eighth nationally in passing efficiency (155.8 rating)...named to 1997 American Football Coaches Association All-America first team...he and Tennessee's Peyton Manning were the only two named to both the AFCA All-America team and the AFCA Good Works team...named FOOTBALL NEWS third team All-American and All-SEC first team...named to 1997 SEC Academic Honor Roll...named to AP and SEC coaches first team season's end had started 23 consecutive games.....GTE Academic All-America first team....named to 1997 GTE University Academic All-District III team for the second straight year...

1998 - PLAYBOY Magazine pre-season All-America team...recipient of Ramsey Endowed Scholarship for Academic and Athletic Excellence...owns 3.96 grade point average majoring in business...graded over 90 percent in every game during '98 season...missed Ole Miss game with shoulder injury...another exceptional season in which he became perhaps the most decorated player in Georgia history...named one of four finalists for the Rotary Lombardi Award...first team All-America selection by Burger King American Football Coaches Association, Walter Camp, FOOTBALL NEWS...first team All-SEC selection by FOOTBALL NEWS....recipient of Burger King Scholar-Athlete of the Week ($10,000 scholarship donation to University of Georgia)...finalist as the national selection from Division 1-A for the Burger King Scholar-Athlete of the Year ($25,000 scholarship donation to the University).....named GTE Academic All-America first team for second year in a row....also named GTE Football Academic All-American of the Year....named to 1998 SEC Academic Honor of 11 Division 1-A players from throughout the country named to 1998 AFCA "Good Works Team" for outstanding commitment to community service.....recipient of National Football Foundation Post-Graduate Scholarship ($18,000) awarded December 8 in New York City..elected one of the permanent captains of the '98 Bulldogs...invited to play in 1999 Senior Bowl game in Mobile, Ala...Major: General Business.

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