Ronnie Stanley participates in the National Football League as a professional football player. For the football team known as the Baltimore Ravens, he plays offensive tackle. At Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, Nevada, when he was a student, he participated in football. He had a four-star rating from Rivals.com and was listed as the fifteenth-best offensive lineman prospect in the class.
In December 2011, Stanley decided to commit to the University of Notre Dame as a college football player. He participated in football for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. As a true freshman in 2012, Stanley participated in two games as a reserve. He started each of the 13 games in 2013 as a sophomore right tackle.
During his junior year of college, he took part in each of the 13 games. He declared his intent to sign up for the 2016 NFL Draft after his senior year. The Baltimore Ravens selected him in the opening round of the 2016 NFL Draft. In May 2016, the Baltimore Ravens offered him a four-year, $20.48 million rookie deal with a $13.09 million signing bonus.
In 2018, he made 15 starts, missing just one due to an ankle injury. In April 2019, the Ravens decided to execute Stanley’s fifth-year option. In October 2020, he and the Ravens reached an agreement on a five-year, $112.8 million contract. He had season-ending ankle surgery in October 2021.
Where did Ronnie Stanley go to college?
Ronnie Stanley attended the University of Notre Dame and played college football for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team.