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  David DeCastro
David DeCastro

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Bellevue, WA

High School:
Bellevue HS

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 310

Position:
OG

04/24/2013

NFL Hopefuls Eye This Week's Draft

David Shaw Rejoins NFL Network as Guest Analyst

03/21/2012

Stanford's NFL Hopefuls Ready for Pro Timing Day

Pro Day to be carried live on ESPNU and NFL Network

03/13/2012

Shaw Encouraged by Progress at Midway Point of Spring Workouts

Stanford will resume its spring practice schedule on April 2

02/27/2012

Cardinal Opens Spring Workouts

Five players in the hunt to succeed Luck at quarterback

02/22/2012

Stanford Well-Represented at NFL Combine

Luck, DeCastro, Martin, Fleener, Owusu and Howell join NFL prospects in Indianapolis

05/07/2012

David DeCastro Career in Photos

David DeCastro Career in Photos

01/02/2012

Oklahoma State vs. Stanford - Fiesta Bowl

Oklahoma State vs. Stanford - Fiesta Bowl - AP Photo Gallery

12/28/2011

Fiesta Bowl Practice 12/28/2011

Fiesta Bowl Practice 12/28/2011

12/27/2011

Fiesta Bowl Practice 12/27/2011

Fiesta Bowl Practice 12/27/2011

11/20/2011

Stanford vs. Cal - 114th Big Game

Stanford vs. Cal - 114th Big Game

Feature Stories: 8/20/2010 in Examiner.com | 8/12/11 in San Francisco Chronicle | 10/20/11 in New York Times | 10/21/11 in SF Chronicle/Seattle Times | 12/22/11 in Cardinal Clubhouse |

AT STANFORD: Started all 39 games at the right guard position during his three-year career...two-time first team all-conference selection...unanimous All-America selection in 2011...blocking skills in the run game helped Stanford amass three of the top four single-season rushing totals in school history...helped anchor an offensive line that allowed just 24 sacks over a three-year span (2009-11)...pass protection aided quarterback Andrew Luck establish school career records for passing efficiency, completion percentage and touchdowns.

2011 (JUNIOR): Unanimous All-America selection in 2011...landed spots on the Associated Press, Walter Camp Football Foundation, Football Writers Association of America, Sporting News and American Football Coaches Association All-America teams...earned first team All-Pac-12 honors for the second straight season...finalist for the Outland Trophy and semifinalist for the Lombardi Award...helped anchor one of top offensive lines in the nation that allowed the seventh fewest sacks per game (0.85) in the nation...one of the best pulling guards in the nation in a run oriented offense...blocking skills helped pave the way for Stanford's game to average 210.6 yards per game, which ranked second in the Pac-12 and 18th nationally...pass protection ability has helped quarterback Andrew Luck complete 71.3 percent of his passes while setting a new single-season mark for touchdown passes with 37...leadership skills and veteran presence assisted greatly in the development of first year starters Sam Schwartzstein, David Yankey and Cameron Fleming...has made 39 consecutive starts at the right guard position, helping the Cardinal to a 31-8 record during his career...co-recipient of the team's Frank Rehm Award, given to the most outstanding lineman in the Big Game.

2009 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN): Earned honorable mention All-Pac-10 marks after starting all 13 games as a redshirt freshman at right guard...was one of two redshirt freshmen on the offensive line along with Jonathan Martin...excellent run blocker help pave the way for the Cardinal to average 218.2 yards a game on the ground and set the school's single-season rushing mark of 2,837 yards...part of an offensive line that allowed a Pac-10-low 7.0 sacks on the year.

2008 (FRESHMAN):
Did not see action.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA:
Graduated from Bellevue (Wash.) High School...ranked as high as No. 3 nationally for centers by Scout.com, while checking in at No. 7 by ESPN.com and No. 11 by Rivals.com...listed as the No. 3 prospect in Washington by SuperPrep as well as the No. 6 overall recruit in the state of Washington by both Scout.com and Rivals.com...SuperPrep also ranked him the No. 21 offensive lineman in the country...selected as the No. 12 player in the Northwest and the No. 247 player in the nation by Scout.com...a SuperPrep All-American and also earned 2007 first team All-American honors from O-D.com...all-state performer who was named the King County Lineman of the Year...played in the Offense-Defense All-American Game following his senior season ...helped lead his club to a prep state title in 2006...also threw the shot put in high school and was the 2008 Washington State 3A champion with a throw of 59-3...also won the district (58-4) and the KingCo 3A League (58-1 ½), as well...majoring in management, science and engineering.


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