Garrison, Ronnie Stanley plays offensive lineman for the National Football League’s Baltimore Ravens. He joined the squad in current action on March 18, 1994.
He played football there while attending Notre Dame for his undergraduate studies. Stanley was chosen by the Ravens with the sixth overall choice in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft.
In 2019, Stanley was named to the first team All-Pro and the Pro Bowl. Stanley graduated from Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, Nevada.
At this university, he played varsity football and basketball, although his main sport was always football.
When he was still in high school, Rivals.com gave him a rating of four stars and placed him as the 15th best offensive lineman prospect of his class.
In December 2011, Stanley committed to Notre Dame, making his plan to play college football there official. Similar to how he did as a sophomore when he started all 13 games at right tackle,
Stanley started all 13 games for the Irish as a junior at left tackle. He was a part of the offensive line that helped the club record the second-lowest number of sacks allowed in the FBS.
He gave the 2015 NFL draft some serious thought but ultimately decided to return to Notre Dame for his senior season of collegiate football. It has been made official that Stanley will participate in the 2016 NFL Draft.
Ronnie Stanley Contract
Ronnie Stanley agreed to terms with the Baltimore Ravens that will pay him a total of $98,750,000 over the course of five years.
These terms include a signing bonus of $22,500,000, a total guarantee of $64,166,000, and an annual salary that averages $19,750,000.
In the year 2022, Stanley will have a cap hit of $12,203,250, a restructure bonus of $8,465,000 and a dead cap value of $47,958,000. His base salary will be $1,035,000, and he will earn a restructuring bonus of $8,465,000.
As of 2022, Ronnie Stanley’s personal wealth is estimated to be $30 million.