Six Cardinal football players were picked in the 2014 NFL Draft on Friday and Saturday to tie a program record and lead the Pac-12, while at least five more have already signed as unrestricted free agents. But even with those impressive numbers, several Stanford players were selected later than expected, most notably inside linebacker Shayne Skov, who wasn’t drafted at all.
Photos of all the outgoing Cardinal football players hoping to be drafted or signed this weekend.
Follow The Daily’s liveblog of the 2014 NFL Draft from Thursday through Saturday, and check out our draft profiles learn about all of the Cardinal players who soon could be making their mark at the next level.
Despite losing the battle for Stanford’s right tackle position entering his junior season, Danser kept grinding and earned a starting job the next year. He held down that spot for two seasons.
With the departures of David Yankey, Khalil Wilkes, Kevin Danser and Cameron Fleming from Stanford’s offensive line, the Cardinal will essentially be undergoing a full changing of the guard up front, with four new starters being plugged in to replace the outgoing veterans and to join sophomore left tackle Andrus Peat. Don’t expect a big…
Stanford senior free safety Ed Reynolds announced on Tuesday that he would forego his fifth year of eligibility and enter the NFL Draft, where he is projected to be as high as a second-round pick by some analysts.
Six Stanford football players were named first-team All-Pac-12 honorees on Monday, tying the Cardinal with upcoming Pac-12 Title Game foe Arizona State for the most players on the team.
The Bradford lob. The Luck pick-six. The Nunes scramble. Few rivalries in the last six years of college football have been as thrilling as the rivalry between Stanford and USC. From a historic upset to a triple-overtime thriller to a memorable postgame exchange at midfield, Stanford-USC has seen it all. Though No. 4 Stanford (8-1,…