Florida offensive lineman Stone Forsythe is a monster. He stands at 6080 and he has been a tackle for the Gators since 2017.
Forsythe appeared in 13 tackles at left tackle, and their offense last year ranked 16th nationally. He was their starting left tackle for the Gators last year.
In 2018, Stone played in all 13 games and started at right tackle. He played both guard and tackle in 2018. The offensive line only allowed 18 sacks.
In 2017, Stone played and started in the final two games of the year at right tackle. Forsythe had interest from Boston College, Bowling Green, Charlotte and Duke, but he ultimately picked the University of Florida.
Forsythe’s father Ray played in the NLF for the Cincinnati Bengals. He also had a short stint in the Arena Football League and NFL Europe.
Forsythe played at West Orange high school and blocked for Woody Barrett the starting quarterback at Kent State.
NFL Draft Diamonds Scouting Notes
Stone Forsythe has 27 career starts under his belt. He is a monster of a man and he has been the main stay for the Gators offensive line. Kyle Trask has had a great year so far, and he has all day to throw the ball. Forsythe will be a great swing tackle at the next level. Many draftniks are sleeping on him, this kid can play at the next level. He is a big boy with a mean streak. I am a fan of the Gators offensive line. – Damond Talbot, Owner, NFL Draft Diamonds
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