Recent Nazir Stackhouse Notes
DNP — Georgia had its bye week.
Week 7: Surely, Stackhouse draws a lot of attention from opposing offensive coordinators, but the top-ranked tackle continues to be shut out as a pass rusher. For the fourth straight game — Georgia's 37-20 win over Vanderbilt — and six of the Bulldogs' seven contests, Stackhouse failed to register a sack or QB pressure. Having said that, Stackhouse did play just 18 snaps. — JH
Week 6: Playing 30 total snaps, Stackhouse again failed to mount any pressure as a pass rusher, though he did bat down a pass. Georgia smacked Kentucky, 51-13. The big DT did not register a tackle. — JH
Week 5: In No. 1 Georgia's 27-20 win over Auburn, Stackhouse was in on three tackles. His snap count went up dramatically to 37 total snaps. (His previous season high was 24.) — JH
Week 4: Stackhouse recorded one assisted tackle in Georgia's 49-21 rout of UAB. He was blanked as a pass rusher — no sacks or pressures. — JH
Week 3: In the Bulldogs' 24-14 victory over South Carolina, Stackhouse had his best day as a pass rusher, recording a sack in the first half of Gamecocks' QB Spencer Rattler. He also recorded one tackle on a running play. The DT's snap count (23) was his most work of the still young season. — JH
Week 2: In Georgia's 45-3 drubbing of Ball State, Stackhouse played 15 snaps, six against the run and eight plays rushing the passer. — JH
Week 1: In 17 total snaps, Stackhouse had one assisted tackle as the defending national champs opened the 2023 season by walloping University of Tennessee Martin, 48-7. He didn't have much of a presence as a pass rusher, as he failed to record a QB pressure. — JH
Week 0: DNP
Has started at DL in all 15 games and had 32 total tackles...had one tackle in season-opening win over No. 11 Oregon...one tackle for 6-yard loss and two QB hurries in win over Samford...had two tackles and a QB hurry in win over Kent State...three tackles and a QB hurry in win over Auburn...career-best five tackles in win over Florida...had three tackles, assisted on a tackle for loss, and had two QB hurries in win over Tennessee...two tackles and one QB hurry in win at Mississippi State...also five stops in win at Kentucky...in SEC Championship win over LSU, he blocked a first-quarter field goal that was returned 96 yards by C. Smith for the game’s first score...had three tackles and one QB hurry in CFP Semifinal Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl win over Ohio State...credited with two tackles, including one for a loss of three yards, and a QB hurry in win over TCU in CFP National Championship Game.
Saw action as a reserve DL in 10 of 15 games...finished with nine total stops...credited with two tackles, including a QB sack for a loss of nine yards, in Georgia's win over UAB...also had a pair of stops vs. South Carolina and also vs. Missouri...lone tackle in win over Charleston Southern resulted in a 1-yard loss.
Saw action in six of 10 games: Tennessee, Kentucky, Florida, Miss. State, South Carolina and Missouri...had one tackle and a QB pressure in win at South Carolina...credited with an assisted tackle in win at Kentucky...solo tackle in win at Missouri.
Columbia HS near Atlanta, GA...Coached by Brian Montgomery...selected to play in the USA Football 2020 International Bowl...247Sports.com composite four-star prospect...ranked as the #247 prospect nationally, #25 DT nationally and #29 ranked prospect in Georgia...PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, All-American, #17 DT, #239 prospect nationally...rivals.com four-star prospect, ranked #225 nationally, #27th ranked DT and #24 ranked prospect in Georgia...ESPN.com four-star prospect, ranked #242 nationally, the #20 DT and the #25 prospect in Georgia...helped lead Columbia HS to a 4-1 region record, with four straight wins to earn the No. 2 seed from Region 5-5A...named 2019 Region Defensive Player of the Year, as well as a Class 5A All-State first team selection by the Georgia Sports Writers Association...selected to represent Team Trench Mob at The Opening 2019 Finals...transferred to Columbia from Stephenson High School after his junior season...named to the 2018 Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State Second Team defense that year...helped lead the Lions to a 9-2 overall record, including an undefeated 7-0 region slate to earn the Region 4-6A title...also earned an honorable mention selection from the AJC...began his high school career at Martin Luther King Jr. HS, where he competed on the varsity football and track and field teams in his first year.
Full name NAZIR PHAHEEM STACKHOUSE...major: Communication Studies...recipient of the Brad K. and Anissa H. Johnson Family Trust Football Scholarship.
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