Dillon Stoner

Ranked as a three-star prospect by most recruiting services … The No. 1 wide receiver prospect in Oklahoma and the No. 35 wide receiver prospect in the nation according to Scout.com … Chose Oklahoma State over reported offers from Arkansas and Texas Tech, among others.

High School: Played for coach Allan Trimble at Jenks … Starred as a receiver, defensive back, punter and return man throughout his high school career, winning four state championships … Scored 10 touchdowns on 36 receptions as a senior … Besides being a starter on both sides of the ball, he averaged 39.8 yards as a punter, was the holder on place kicks and was effective as a punt and kickoff returner … Selected as the Tulsa World’s state player of the year for his senior season … Junior stats included 35 catches for 597 yards and six touchdowns, 45 tackles, 26 pass breakups and an average of 37.8 yards on 40 punts … Scored touchdowns on offense, defense and special teams in a 41-0 victory over No. 2 Westmoore … As a sophomore, he totaled a team-high nine tackles in the state title game, grabbing the game-clinching interception as well … Also competed in track and field, winning the Class 6A track state title in the 400 meters as a junior … A principal’s honor role selection.

Personal: Dillon Lee Stoner was born Feb. 6, 1998 in Tulsa …Son of Steve and Kim Stoner … Plans to study sports marketing.

Receivers Coach
Kasey Dunn:

"One of the things that I like about Dillon is that he plays on both sides of the football, I think he was state player of the year and he is a four-time state champion with Jenks (Okla.), so he's got winning in his blood. He also runs the 400 meters, and he won state in the 400 last year, so he's got great endurance, which is what we need from our receivers, to be able to go all day. When we were recruiting him, that was a big, big factor. He came to camp and just went off – he caught everything, ran great routes and you play it back on tape and see him playing defensive back and hitting people. He's going to be a great fit for us."


Position: WR Height: 5-11 Weight: 176
Tulsa, Okla. / Jenks