The Miami Dolphins release, the rookie center, Donell Stanley on August 27, 2020.
Donell Stanley graduated from Latta South Carolina. Also, he is a four-star football athlete. In his senior season, Stanley ranks 149th in the nation, tenth as an offensive guard and third in the state of South Carolina. Stanley had some other big offers from Alabama and Clemson but decided to commit to South Carolina University.
On April 25th, the Dolphins went out and signed, the former University of South Carolina, center Donnell Stanley. Stanley competed with former Patriots center Ted Karras and former Bengals undrafted free agent, Keaton Sutherland. In the end, he lost the center job but could come back on the practice squad.
Stanley would be a competitive back-up center for the Dolphins in the future. He is a giant center at 6-4 and he weighs 317 pounds. Stanley is a little bit old for a rookie in the NFL at age 25, but he could be a valuable asset to the roster. Overall, Stanley will, most likely, be signed to the practice squad this fall and compete for a roster spot each day.
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