Found March 27, 2013 on NFL Draft Zone:
Baylor WR Darryl Stonum had to overcome a lot to make it to this point in his life. A former star at Michigan, Stonum actually holds the record for most kick return yardage in a single season at UM with 1,001 in 2009. In addition, he was also the Wolverines second-leading receiver in 2010. A mistake led to his departure from Michigan, and being over that phase and eager to resume his career, Darryl transferred to Baylor and played immediately, complementing fellow Bears WR and NFL hopeful Terrence Williams in a high-powered offense. Darryl Stonum has lived and learned a lot, and has matured. A big, 6’2 195 WR who has been described as “physically everything you look for in a WR”, Stonum is ready to contribute immediately to an NFL as both a WR and a return threat. His versatility and vast experience could mean a lot to an NFL team. He is definitely a name to keep an eye on! It was my pleasure to speak to Darryl for NFL Draft Zone. Shaun DePasquale: Thank you for taking the time to s...
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