|| Russell Stewart
At Stanford: One of only two fifth-year seniors starting on the Cardinal's offensive unit in 2000 (DeRonnie Pitts is the other)...Has started the last 25 games for Stanford at tight end and enters this year as one of the team's veteran players...He is a three-time letter-winner who can both block effectively and catch the ball over the middle...He has 23 career receptions for 249 yards (10.8 ypc) and three touchdowns.
The 1999 Season: Enjoyed an outstanding season as Stanford's starting tight end for the second straight year...Had 10 receptions for 91 yards and one touchdown...His TD came on a three-yard pass from Todd Husak at Washington...Season-best 15-yard reception vs. Oregon State...Named First-Team Academic All-Pac-10.
The 1998 Season: Moved into the starting lineup on a full-time basis for the first time in his career...He was Stanford's starting tight end in all 11 games...Recorded 12 receptions for 136 yards (11.3 ypc) and two touchdowns...Had a season-high four catches for 42 yards and one touchdown vs. UCLA, that coming on a three-yard pass from QB Randy Fasani...Had three receptions at Notre Dame for 24 yards and a TD on a five-yard pass from Todd Husak...Began the year by catching two passes for 24 yards vs. San Jose State in the season opener...Had a season-best 23-yard reception vs. Washington State.
The 1997 Season: Finished the season starting the final two games at tight end...He had just one reception, that coming on a 22-yard pass from Chad Hutchinson against Oregon State...Continued to show improvement throughout the season.
The 1996 Season: Redshirted the '96 season.
In High School: All-West Region selection by SuperPrep Magazine and Blue Chip Report...Tremendous athlete who played tight end, outside linebacker, defensive end and punter while at Newport High School in Washington...Both SuperPrep and Blue Chip named him All-West as a defensive lineman...He had eight catches for 240 yards and two TDs to go along with 57 tackles on defense his senior season...First-Team All-State tight end and First-Team All-Area as both a tight end and outside linebacker in '95...Seattle Times All-Star team selection as a tight end and OLB...First-Team All-Area as a tight end and defensive end following his junior season...Participated in track and basketball in HS...National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete Award finalist.
Personal Information:Biological Sciences major.
Stewart's Career Statistics