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Name: Ryan Stonehouse 
College: Colorado State     Number: 41
Height: 5-11   Weight: 185
Position: P  Pos2: K
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

40 Low: 4.74
   40 Time: 4.84
  40 High: 4.93
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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: PGuy...2020: 1stC...PGuy...2019: 1stC...P3rdDS/PGuy...Sporting News 2nd team All-American, 1st team All-Mountain West w/65-3140-48.3 punt, 70 long, 8 TB, 9 FC, 18 I20, 31 50+, BLK in '18. HM All-Mountain West w/46-2111-45.9 punt, 65 long, 7 TB, 12 FC, 24 I20, 18 50+ in '17.

 Ryan Stonehouse, Colorado State, Player News


  2020 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): P - Ryan Stonehouse, Sr., Colorado State,...Stonehouse, a senior, becomes a three-time first-team selection, the only Ram to do so in the Mountain West. He is the NCAA's career leader in punting average at 46.8 yards over 186 career attempts. He averaged 45.3 yards this season, placing eight of his 26 attempts inside the 20 yard line, with nine punts of 50 yards or better. - Colorado State Football

(DS#6 P) rSr/2022 P Ryan StonehouseColorado State
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  2020 PRESEASON RAY GUY AWARD WATCH LIST: Ryan Stonehouse, Colorado State,...Stonehouse enters his final season as the Rams' career punting leader at 47.0 yards per attempt, ranking him first nationally for active career average. In 2019, Stonehouse averaged 46.4 yards per punt, placing 13 of his 49 attempts inside the opponent's 20. He had 16 punts of 50 yards or longer, with five touchbacks against inducing nine fair catches. His average was down from the year prior by design, with Stonehouse's improvements in placement and hang time leading to a resurgence for the Colorado State punt-coverage unit, ranking sixth nationally in net punting at 42.3 yards per attempt. - Colorado State Football

(DS#6 P) rSr/2022 P Ryan StonehouseColorado State
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  2019 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FIRST TEAM (COACHES): P - Ryan Stonehouse, Jr., Colorado State,...Stonehouse repeats as the top punter in the Mountain West after leading the league and ranking ninth nationally in average at 46.4 yards per kick, helping the Rams lead the league and rank seventh nationally in net punting (42.45). His 47.0 career average stands as the school record and ranks the junior second nationally in active career punting average. - Colorado State Football

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  2019 PRESEASON PHIL STEELE/DRAFT SCOUT FBS G5 THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: Ryan Stonehouse, Colorado State, Jr.,...Stonehouse led the Mountain West and ranked second nationally in average with a 48.3 gross average in 2018. That stands as the best single-season mark in school history and raised his career average to 47.3, which also sits as the current school record. The junior from La Verne, Calif., was on the Ray Guy Award watch list in 2018, and was added to it midyear in 2017. - Colorado State Football

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  2019 PRESEASON RAY GUY AWARD WATCH LIST: Ryan Stonehouse, Colorado State,...Stonehouse led the Mountain West and ranked second nationally in average with a 48.3 gross average. That stands as the best single-season mark in school history and raised his career average to 47.3, which also sits as the current school record. The junior from La Verne, Calif., was on the Ray Guy Award watch list in 2018, and was added to it midyear in 2017.

He was named first team All-Mountain West in the preseason by a vote of conference media last week after capping the 2018 season with first-team All-Mountain West honors and being named a second-team All-American by Sporting News. He also earned postseason accolades from Phil Steele (first team All-MW) and All-Colorado by the National Football Foundation Colorado Chapter, which additionally named him the special teams player of the year. Stonehouse has 111 attempts in his two seasons, 49 of them covering 50 yards or better with a career long of 70. He has placed 42 of those kicks inside the opponent's 20. - Colorado State Football


(DS#6 P) rSr/2022 P Ryan StonehouseColorado State
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