Chansi Stuckey

WR · Clemson
Stuckey is an excellent all-around athlete who has not only proven to be a breakaway threat as a receiver, but also has the explosiveness and strength to break tackles and separate from the pile when handling the reverse. Few college receivers possess the sure hands that Stuckey has, and he also displays a powerful arm for the option pass, thanks to his days as a one of the nation's premier prep quarterbacks. At Northside High School, Stuckey was rated the No. 15 athlete in the nation by, earning four-star status from that recruiting service. The All-State product threw for 1,286 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior, leading Northside High to the Class AAAAA state title game. He also rushed for 1,008 yards and 10 scores that year. Clemson won a heated recruiting battle over Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, South Carolina and Tennessee for Stuckey's services. He spent the 2002 season performing on the scout team as a quarterback. Stuckey appeared in seven games behind Charlie Whitehurst at quarterback in 2003. He also saw action with the receiving unit, shifting to that position the following year. As a redshirt freshman, he completed 11-of-21 passes (52.4 percent) for 97 yards and two touchdowns. He added 136 yards and a pair of scores on 17 carries (8.0 avg) and caught two passes for 10 yards. Stuckey appeared nine games in 2004, starting eight at flanker while also seeing action as a slot back. A left ankle fracture forced him to miss two games and see limited playing time the second part of the season. He finished with 25 receptions for 280 yards (11.2 avg) and no touchdowns. Stuckey gained 13 yards on 10 carries, attempted two passes and gained 17 yards on a kickoff return. He produced three tackles and blocked two punts, picking up 30 yards on four punt returns. In 2005, Stuckey became the first Tiger underclassman since Terrance Roulhac in 1984 to earn All-Atlantic Coast Conference first-team accolades. He started all year at flanker, leading the ACC with an average of 5.33 receptions per game. He paced the Tigers with 64 catches for 770 yards (12.0 avg) and four touchdowns, tacking on 78 more yards on 13 carries (6.0 avg). He attempted two passes, returned a kickoff 22 yards and had 27 punt returns for 199 yards, amassing 1,069 all-purpose yards in the process. Last season was supposed to be Stuckey's All-American season. The speedy receiver was well on his way to attaining that goal, but in a non-contact drill on Oct. 3, he suffered a right foot fracture, undergoing surgery the next day that forced him to miss three games. He returned to action for the final five contests, leading the team with 50 receptions for 700 yards (14.3 avg) and three touchdowns. He added 34 yards on eight carries (4.2 avg) to earn All-Atlantic Coast Conference honors, becoming the first Tiger receiver to be a two-time All-ACC pick since Perry Tuttle (1980-81). In 38 games at Clemson, including 31 as a receiver, Stuckey started 30 times. He ranks sixth in school history with 141 receptions and eighth with 1,760 yards (12.5 avg), including seven touchdowns. He added 261 yards and two scores on 48 carries (5.4 avg) and completed 11-of-25 passes (44.0 percent) for 97 yards and a pair of touchdowns. He gained 229 yards on 31 punt returns (7.4 avg), including a score and picked up 39 yards on two kickoff returns. He also accounted for 2,289 all-purpose yards on 222 touches, an average of 60.24 yards per game.


Has a well-built and developing frame, with muscular arms, a very tight abdomen and hips, split high with tapered muscles in the lower body...Built for speed, but has above average power for his physique...Dangerous open-field runner with the valid speed to threaten the deep secondary...Smooth open-field runner with the explosive acceleration off the line to avoid the jam...Has that sudden burst needed to eat up the defensive back's cushion...Very tough competitor who plays with nice effort and will not hesitate to combat for the jump balls...Willing to cross over the middle and give up his body in order to get to the ball...Has the plant-and-drive agility crispness to get in and out of his cuts...Has no problems digesting a complicated playbook and is very alert to coverages and boundaries...Emotional leader who takes pride in his mentoring of the team's younger players...Spends countless hours in the film room and after practices preparing for his upcoming opponent...Runs with a short, pitter-patter style that lets him run up on a lethargic cornerback in an instant...If he gets a clean release off the snap, his explosion will get him into his route progression in an instant...Shows very sharp change of direction agility coming out of his breaks and uses his size well to fight off the jam...Does a good job of dropping his weight and sinking his hips to maintain acceleration in route progression...Has that second gear needed to consistently separate after the catch...Shows no concern for his body and knows how to reach and extend for the ball at its highest point...Runs nice short-area routes, doing a good job in attempts to uncover...His natural hands come into play with his over-the-shoulder grabs and on bubble screens...Has very good deep ball skills, maintaining eye contact on the ball in flight...Has the body flexibility to get low for the shoestring catches (especially on screens) and does a great job timing his leaps for the jump ball...Runs good downfield routes and looks very comfortable attacking the deep zone...Excellent cut blocker who keeps his shoulders square and sinks his hips to attack the second level defenders' lower body...Has a quick kick slide and uses his hand placement properly when blocking for the ground game...Has valid arm strength for the option pass and with roster consideration, could effectively be an emergency quarterback...Demonstrates very good arm-over action to escape the press...His short stride lets him explode cleanly out of his breaks and is quick to gobble up the defender's cushion...Best on bubble screens, where he has the timing and elusive jump/skip moves to make the isolated tackler miss...Very effective at going low to scoop up the shoestring passes without having to break stride...Does a good job of breaking down in front of the defender in attempts to take his opponent down at the knees when cut blocking in the second level...His burst off the snap is evident when running slants, crossing routes and bubble screens, as he shows the shifty hip moves to change direction and elude...Runs at a good pad level, patiently following his blockers on reverses...Gets valid yardage after the catch and has the valid arm strength to execute the option pass.

compares to

DEION BRANCH-Seattle...Both players rely on the exceptional speed to gain an instant advantage over a lethargic defender. Stuckey runs with a short pitter-patter style that lets him get a clean release with excellent explosion. He has been slow to recover from his broken foot suffered in 2006, resulting in mediocre performances during postseason action, but could be a nice second-day draft find, as he ranked with the elite at this position before his injury. Doctors expect him to be fully recovered by 2007 training camp.


Has all the tools you look for in a playmaker, but needs to do it with more consistency (will throttle down at times when not involved in the play)...Will need to add more bulk to his frame to combat the physical cornerbacks at the next level, but he does not have much more room on his frame for that added weight without having to sacrifice some of his quickness...Has no flinch going over the middle, but sometimes eyes the defender too long, losing his concentration on the ball in flight...Despite his speed, he is not a valid returner, as he needs to show more patience waiting for his blocks to develop.

2004: Sat out the Utah State (10/16) and North Carolina State (10/30) games with a nagging left ankle injury that was later discovered to have a broken bone. 2005: Left the Champs Sports Bowl matchup vs. Colorado (12/27) with four minutes left in the first quarter and did not return after suffering a concussion. 2006: Sat out the Wake Forest (10/07), Temple (10/14) and Georgia Tech (10/21) games after he suffered a fractured fifth metatarsal in his right foot during a non-contact drill on Oct. 3. He underwent surgery the following day and was supposed to miss five games, but returned to action vs. Virginia Tech (10/28).

Campus: 4.34 in the 40-yard dash

305-pound bench press

Bench presses 225 pounds 13 times

440-pound squat

300-pound power clean

36.5-inch vertical jump

10'3" broad jump

31 1/8-inch arm length

9 5/8-inch hands


Wears contacts

Wears glasses

20/28 Wonderlic score. Combine: 4.6 in the 40-yard dash

1.61 10-yard dash

2.67 20-yard dash

4.14 20-yard shuttle

11.86 60-yard shuttle

6.91 three-cone drill

35--inch vertical jump

10'0" broad jump.

Attended Northside (Warner Robbins, Ga.) High School, playing football for head coach Conrad Nix

Rated the No. 15 athlete in the nation by, earning four-star status from that recruiting service

The All-State product threw for 1,286 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior, leading Northside High to the Class AAAAA state title game

Also rushed for 1,008 yards and 10 scores that year.

Graduated in August, 2006 with a degree in Sports Management

Born Chansi V. Stuckey on 10/04/83

Resides in Warner Robbins, Georgia.

Physical Attributes:

Proj Rd: 5.0
Height: 5-11
Weight: 197.0
Forty: 4.49
Wingspan: --

Pro Day Results:

Cone: --
Bench: --
Shuttle: --
10: 1.52
20: 2.58
40: 4.49
BJ: --
VJ: --

Combine Results:

Cone: 6.91
Bench: --
Shuttle: 4.14
10: 1.57
20: 2.64
40: 4.56
BJ: 10'00"
VJ: 35.0