Former Florida LB Ryan Stamper was back on the field for Urban Meyer on Tuesday.
The Ohio State head coach invited some staffers to put on pads and face their players in practice. And Stamper, now the Buckeyes’ director of player development, showed that he’s still got something in the tank.
Stamper started 26 games at linebacker and was a two-time captain under Meyer at Florida in 2008 and 2009. The 29-year-old is still in pretty good shape today.
Stamper and a couple other assistants lined up for some goal line drills, and the exercise was pretty evenly matched. Stamper even got pushed back into the end zone on his first try against freshman running back Jordan Leasure.
He owned the next two reps though. He stuffed Leasure on his second attempt. Then he stood up former 4-star recruit Antonio Williams.
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