Three-year starter who came to Oregon State as a tight end but moved to the offensive line as a freshman due to injuries. Named Honorable Mention All-Pac-12 as a junior in 2015. Started 21 games at right tackle and nine at right guard during his Beavers career.
Former tight end who has been a consistent three-year starter on the offensive line for Oregon State. Plays with a degree of quickness, stays square and blocks with good lean. Strong, turns defenders from the action or anchors at the point of attack. Keeps his feet and hands active throughout the play, gets leverage on opponents and flashes ability blocking on the second level.
Lacks footwork off the edge and lateral blocking range. Struggles to adjust and gets exploited by speed rushers.
Stanton possesses next-level size as well as a reliable game and could be in an inexpensive backup at guard or tackle on the right side.