Luck Earns Team MVP Honor, Sunday Ceremony Dedicated to McGlockton
AT STANFORD: Hard-working and versatile fourth-year player who will provide depth at running back and fullback.
2011 (JUNIOR): Made one appearance against Washington... recipient of the Greg Piers Award for outstanding contributions on Stanford's scout team.
2010 (SOPHOMORE): Saw action in two of the first three games of the season against Sacramento State and Wake Forest...carried two times for six yards and his first career touchdown against the Demon Deacons...carried over from two yards out at the 6:06 mark of the fourth quarter in Stanford's 68-24 victory over Wake Forest.
2009 (FRESHMAN): Did not see action...was one of three recipients of the Greg Piers Award as one of the team's outstanding scout team players...shared the award with Jacob Gowan and Brent Seals.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: graduated from Notre Dame Preparatory in Scottsdale, Ariz....head coach was Scott Benis...three-year varsity letterwinner and two-year team captain...played running back, outside linebacker, strong safety and was used as a kick returner during his prep career...earned first team All-Black Canyon Region honors as a running back following his senior season...named the most valuable player of the 2008-09 4A State championship game...2008 Cox/Arizona Interscholastic Association "Pursuing Victory With Honor" award recipient...four-time Interscholastic Association Student-Athlete award honoree...rushed for 1,523 yards and 21 touchdowns as a senior...also had one receiving touchdown and four other TDs on special teams...averaged 109.0 yards on the ground as a senior...had 65 tackles and four fumble recoveries from his weakside linebacker position...rushed for 229 yards on 33 carries and two touchdowns in Notre Dame's 15-13 victory over Marin Catholic...finished with 182 yards and two touchdowns in Notre Dame's 4A Division title game victory over Santa Rita of Tucson...contributed to Notre Dame's 49-32 victory over Mingus Union in the state title game as a junior...also lettered in track and field...had the highest unweighted grade point average in his class...National Honor Society Treasurer as a senior...four-year Arizona Interscholastic Association Student-Athlete selection...declared his plans to play football at Stanford when he was seven years old...competes in lifeguard competitions...logged over 210 volunteer hours in high school with various organizations, including Special Olympics, Habitat for Humanity, Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos and St. Bernard of Clairvauz Parish...earned Academic Excellence Awards for Mathematics, Social Studies and English...Principal's Award for Notre Dame Prep core pillar of responsibility...also received school's Mater Dei Award, given annually to a senior who excels in scholarship, athletics, character, role model, leadership, spirituality, school service and team player...also received the Vanderhout Pillars of Character Scholarship for the senior who maintains high academic standards and exemplifies the highest ideals of character, citizenship, respect, fairness, integrity and responsibility...parents are Thomas and Karen Stutz...has two older brothers, Matthew and Christopher...his grandfather played basketball and hockey for Cornell in 1942-43...born in Philadelphia, Pa....full name is Andrew Collins Stutz...majoring in management science and engineering.
Career Highs Rushing Attempts: 2 vs. Wake Forest, 2010 Rushing Yards: 6 vs. Wake Forest, 2010 Rushing Touchdowns: 1 vs. Wake Forest, 2010 Long: 4 vs. Wake Forest, 2010