At Stanford: Will compete for playing time at outside linebacker in 2003 as well as play a key role on the Cardinal's special teams ... Came to Stanford as a highly-touted prep out of Canadian, Texas ... Should see increased playing this season ... Capp will be an integral part of the Cardinal defense and compete for a starting position for the next three seasons.
The 2002 Season: Made the switch to outside linebacker for the 2002 season ... Used in a reserve role and on special teams ... Earned his first varsity letter ... Credited with one tackle.
The 2001 Season: Redshirted the season as a true freshman inside linebacker.
In High School: Rated as one of the top linebackers in the country, as well as one of the top overall prospects from the state of Texas ... SuperPrep named him to its All-Southwest Team, while PrepStar placed him on its All-Midlands Team ... As a senior, recorded an impressive 159 tackles, seven quarterback sacks, seven blocked kicks, four forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries and one interception for Canadian High School ... As a fullback and tight end in 2000, had 84 carries for 553 yards and five TDs along with six receptions for 81 yards and three more touchdowns ... Dallas Morning News and Houston Chronicle Top 100 Recruit ... Member of the Southwest Fab 50 ... Class 2A First-Team All-State linebacker ... Amarillo Area Class 2A Player of the Year and First-Team All-District as a running back and linebacker following his senior season ... Also a Second-Team Academic All-State selection ... Second-Team All-State as a junior in 1999 after registering 178 total tackles, 14 quarterback sacks, four forced fumbles and one interception ... Three-time Academic All-District selection ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Junior and Senior Class President.
Personal Information: Undeclared major ... Father, Ed, played football at the University of Oklahoma from 1977-81 ... Mother, Julie, played basketball at the University of Oklahoma from 1975-76.