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Name: Austin Stogner (Transfer from Oklahoma)
College: South Carolina     Number: 18
Height: 6-5   Weight: 250
Position: TE  Pos2: H-back
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2023

40 Low: 4.67
   40 Time: 4.75
  40 High: 4.84

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Weight: 250

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 Data Scout Notes: 2022: PMackey...2021: Transfer from Oklahoma…NAC...PMackey...2020: HMC...PMackey


 Austin Stogner, South Carolina, Player News


  2022 PRESEASON JOHN MACKEY AWARD WATCH LIST: AUSTIN STOGNER, SOUTH CAROLINA,...Stogner, a 6-5, 250-pounder from Plano, Texas, will be in his first season at South Carolina after spending the past three years at Oklahoma. In 2020, Stogner was a second-team All-Big 12 selection by the Associated Press after catching 26 passes for 422 yards and three touchdowns. He appeared in 34 games for the Sooners over the past three seasons, logging 47 receptions for 654 yards and eight scores. - South Carolina Football

(DS#7 TE) Sr/2023 TE Austin StognerSouth Carolina
News Source: South Carolina Football
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  It's become a running gag, a tweet snarkily promised before every show that always ends up coming true. Shane Beamer, as did Will Muschamp and Steve Spurrier before him, holds his in-season Thursday radio call-in show and without fail, a caller will ask why South Carolina doesn't make better use of its tight ends. When they ask this season - and there is no "if" about it - the inquiries may be laced with more venom. That's because some of those callers may be NFL scouts, wondering the same as Sally Q. Fan: Why not use these guys if you have them? Jaheim Bell and Austin Stogner check into the 2022 season as the No. 12 and 16 NFL-ready tight ends in the country, according to Phil Steele's preseason Bible.

Bell caught more passes for more yards for USC than anyone not named Josh Vann last year, bustin' loose with a five-catch, 159-yard, two-touchdown day in the Duke's Mayo Bowl. Stogner caught 37 passes for 654 yards and eight TDs in three seasons at Oklahoma, and brought a surprise gift with him to Columbia when he transferred: Quarterback Spencer Rattler. "He's just another weapon that we can use," Rattler said of Stogner, whose arrival at USC was delayed until this summer. "Just a complete mismatch, no matter what team we were playing. He was always the go-to guy in that third-down situation, or when we need to get the ball up to somebody, he was a big-time target for us." - The Post and Courier


(DS#7 TE) Sr/2023 TE Austin StognerSouth Carolina
News Source: The Post and Courier
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  Austin Stogner was begging for relief. "You've got to knock me out," Stogner told doctors at Oklahoma City's McBride Orthopedic Hospital. "I'm going through it right now." Pain was nothing new for Stogner, OU's bruising tight end that was having a breakout season before the helmet of Kansas safety Ricky Thomas collided with Stogner's thigh last Nov. 7, knocking him out of the game. But this? This was different. "It was excruciating," Stogner said Thursday at OU's Media Day, a day before the Sooners begin preseason camp.

In the days that followed the series of events that led him to McBride in early November, the focus became not about whether Stogner's football season would continue but whether he'd be able to recover from a strep infection that led him to lose about 35 pounds and struggle to do things that once seemed easy. But nearly nine months later, Stogner says he's back to being the player he was before Thomas' helmet met his legs. "I feel 100%," Stogner said. "I feel the best I've felt since being injured - since I've been here." Stogner missed the Sooners' last two regular-season games and the Big 12 title game before returning to have a 12-yard reception in the Cotton Bowl win over Florida. Even missing that time, Stogner finished as OU's third-leading receiver with 26 catches for 422 yards and three touchdowns. He was one of quarterback Spencer Rattler's top targets, especially in red-zone situations and other critical moments. - Daily Oklahoman


(DS#7 TE) Sr/2023 TE Austin StognerSouth Carolina
News Source: Daily Oklahoman
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  Stogner was having a terrific season when an injury against Kansas derailed it, and threatened his football future. But Stogner figures to be a major weapon for the Sooners once again as he's worked back close to full strength. Stogner had plenty of chemistry with Spencer Rattler, averaging 16.2 yards per catch with three touchdowns. If he shows he's back to being the player he was before the injury, Stogner could be an even bigger part of OU's offense this season, especially in the red zone. - Daily Oklahoman

(DS#7 TE) Sr/2023 TE Austin StognerSouth Carolina
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  After a breakout season in 2020, Austin Stogner is another Sooners play to watch this fall. The junior tight end was announced as a player on the John Mackey Award watch list Friday, the award given to the nation's top tight end. It's the second consecutive year Stogner has landed on the watch list, and will look to be the Sooners first recipient of the ward since Mark Andrews in 2017. After recording seven catches during his freshman campaign, Stogner finished his sophomore season as a reliable target for quarterback Spencer Rattler. He was the third-leading receiver on the team, recording 26 receptions for 426 yards and three touchdowns. - Norman Transcript

(DS#7 TE) Sr/2023 TE Austin StognerSouth Carolina
News Source: Norman Transcript
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  2020 ALL-BIG 12 CONFERENCE FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION: Austin Stogner (TE),...Several Sooners also earned honorable mention recognition at their respective positions: redshirt sophomore linebacker Brian Asamoah, redshirt sophomore linebacker Nik Bonitto, redshirt junior offensive lineman Marquis Hayes, Mims (kick/punt returner), redshirt junior defensive back Tre Norwood, redshirt freshman quarterback Spencer Rattler, senior running back Rhamondre Stevenson, sophomore tight end Austin Stogner, junior defensive back Delarrin Turner-Yell, sophomore wide receiver Theo Wease and junior linebacker DaShaun White. In addition, Brkic (special teams), freshman defensive back D.J. Graham (defensive freshman), Mims (offensive freshman), Rattler (offensive player/offensive freshman), Thomas (defensive lineman), redshirt freshman defensive back Woodi Washington (defensive freshman), and Winfrey (defensive newcomer) received at least one vote each for the respective individual awards. - Oklahoma Football

(DS#7 TE) Sr/2023 TE Austin StognerSouth Carolina
News Source: Oklahoma Football
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  2020 JOHN MACKEY AWARD PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Austin Strogner, Oklahoma,...Strogner played in all 14 games in 2019...made seven catches for 66 yards and two touchdowns...had one reception for 12 yards vs. No. 1 LSU in CFP Semifinal at the Peach Bowl (12/28). - Oklahoma Football

(DS#7 TE) Sr/2023 TE Austin StognerSouth Carolina
News Source: Oklahoma Football
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