American professional football player Geno Stone participates in the sport. He participates in the National Football League as a safety for the Baltimore Ravens. He stands 1.80 meters tall and weighs 94 kilograms. Geno played football as a wide receiver, quarterback, and defensive back for the football team at New Castle Junior/Senior High School.
As a senior, he had 97 tackles, 13 tackles for loss, three sacks, and 10 interceptions, earning him first-team All-State honors. He participated in collegiate football for the University of Iowa’s Iowa Hawkeyes after graduating from high school. He participated in all 13 of Iowa’s contests as a freshman. His second year saw him into the starting lineup, compiling 39 tackles and a forced fumble.
He received honorable mention Big Ten Conference recognition. Geno declared his intent to enter the 2020 NFL Draft after the 2019 season, forgoing his last year of NCAA eligibility. In the seventh round of the 2020 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens selected him. In October 2020, he was released, and two days later, he was re-signed to the practice squad.
In November 2020, he was elevated to the Ravens’ active roster before being released once more in December. On December 29, 2020, the Houston Texans selected him off waivers. He returned to the Ravens in March 2021 and inked a one-year contract with them. The Ravens issued him an exclusive-rights free agent tender in March 2022.
Does Geno Stone Have Any Kids?
No. Geno Stone does not have kids.