The three-star recruit from Jenks HS is listed as a safety but will probably play receiver for the Pokes. That's okay because he's played safety, cornerback, and receiver, as well as some special teams positions for the Trojans during his high school career.
He helped lead the Oklahoma high school powerhouse Jenks to multiple Class 6AI state titles and looks to step right in and contribute for Oklahoma State. His high school honors include the Tulsa World Preps Player of the Year as well as being named a Max Preps All-American. His versatility and ball skills should ensure him a chance to compete for playing time early and he may push Jalen McCleskey for reps at the slot.
Stoner held offers from Arkansas, Texas Tech, Southern Miss and others.