Ronnie Garrison Stanley is an offensive tackle for the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League. He was born on March 18, 1994, and currently plays for the team (NFL).
He attended Notre Dame for his college years and played football there. After being selected by the Ravens with the sixth overall pick in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft,
Stanley went on to earn honours with the Pro Bowl and the first team All-Pro in 2019. Stanley’s alma mater for high school was Las Vegas, Nevada’s Bishop Gorman High School.
He participated in varsity football and basketball at this institution, but football was always his primary sport.
Rivals.com gave him a rating of four stars and ranked him as the 15th best offensive tackle prospect of his class when he was still in high school.
Stanley made his decision to play college football at Notre Dame official in December 2011, and he committed to the school at that time.
As a junior, Stanley started all 13 games for the Irish at left tackle, just as he did as a sophomore when he started all 13 games at right tackle. As a member of the offensive line,
he helped the team achieve the second-best ranking in the FBS for the fewest sacks allowed. He seriously considered entering the 2015 NFL draft, but in the end,
he chose to go back to Notre Dame for his senior year of college football instead. The official announcement that Stanley will be entering the 2016 NFL draft was made.
What position does Ronnie Stanley play?
Ronnie Garrison Stanley is an offensive tackle for the Baltimore Ravens, who compete in American football and are a member of the National Football League.
Traditionally, in the one-platoon system that was prevalent in American football during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, a tackle was played on both the offence and the defence.