Logan Stenberg - Football - University of Kentucky Athletics 71


  • position Offensive Guard
  • height 6-6
  • Weight 322
  • class Senior
  • Hometown Madison, Ala.
  • High school James Clemens
  • Started in a team-high 39 consecutive games
  • 2019 First-Team All-SEC
  • 2019 Second-Team All-America
  • Part of a senior class who won 32 games over the last four seasons, the most wins for UK in a four-year span since 1949-52, when Paul “Bear” Bryant coached the Cats
  • Helped UK advance to four consecutive bowl appearances and back-to-back bowl wins for the first time since the 2007 Music City Bowl and 2009 Liberty Bowl
  • Graduated in May of 2019 with a degree in integrated strategic communication
2019 – Senior (Team Captain)
  • Second-Team All-America (FWAA and Phil Steele)
  • First-Team All-SEC (AP, Phil Steele, Athlon)
  • Third-team offensive guard (PFF)
  • Played in the Reese’s Senior Bowl for the South Team
  • Started at left guard in all 13 games
  • Graded at 85 percent, led team with 95 knockdown blocks and 209 blocks at the point of attack
  • Did not allow a sack all season and allowed only one QB pressure
  • Helped UK set the school record for total rushing yards (3,624) in a season, yards per rush (6.32) and rushing touchdowns (36)
  • Key cog in helping the Cats average 278.8 rushing yards per game for the season and an absurd 385.0 yards per game over the final six contests of the season
  • Helped quarterback Lynn Bowden Jr. take the SEC’s rushing crown and lead the country in yards per carry (7.94)
  • Outland Trophy Watch List
  • Preseason Media Days All-SEC, Third-Team Offense
  • Sports News’ Preseason All-American, Second Team
  • Athlon Sports’ Preseason All-SEC, Second-Team Offense
2018 – Junior
  • Started in all 13 games at left guard
  • Blocked for UK’s all-time leading rusher, Benny Snell Jr., the first player in school history to rush for 1,000 yards in three straight seasons
  • Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll
2017 – Sophomore
  • Started in all 13 games at left guard
  • Blocked for All-SEC running back, Benny Snell Jr., the first player in school history to rush for 1,000 yards in consecutive seasons
2016 – r-Freshman
  • An integral part of the offensive line who were named semifinalists for the Joe Moore Award which recognizes the nation’s Most Outstanding Offensive Line
  • Blocking for Boom Williams and Benny Snell, UK was the only team in the SEC with two 1,000-yard rushers
  • Had 37 knockdown blocks and had only one missed assignment all season
  • Allowed only one quarterback pressure all season
  • Had a season-high eight knockdowns when UK rolled up 443 rushing yards at Tennessee, most in history for the Wildcats against an SEC opponent
2015 – Freshman
  • Redshirt season
  • First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll
High School
  • A three-star offensive line prospect by all four major recruiting services
  • Scout ranks him the second-best offensive tackle in the state of Alabama
  • ESPN lists Stenberg as the 42nd-best prospect in the state of Alabama and the 134th-best offensive tackle in the nation
  • Behind his strong blocking his high school team rushed for nearly 2,000 yards last season while totaling over 3,300 yards of total offense
  • Named second-team all-state in 2014 by Alabama Sports Writers Association
  • Cleared the way for his running back to rush for over 1,300 yards in 2014 and earn first-team all-state honors by the Alabama Sports Writers Association
  • Totaled 34 pancake blocks for the season
  • Had two quarterback sacks and forced two fumbles on defense
  • Played in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game in 2014 and impressed there
  • Four-year starter
  • Coached by Wade Waldrop
  • Chose Kentucky over offers from Southern Miss and Troy
  • Born in Madison, Ala.
  • Son of Kimberly Stenberg and David Stenberg
Community Cats
  • Stayed after practice to spend time with the Special Olympics (2015)
Logan Says
  • His nickname is “Stenny”
  • One word to describe him on the field is “nasty”
  • His favorite part of game day is the Cat Walk
  • He chose Kentucky because of Coach John Schlarman and for the opportunity to make UK great
  • His favorite movie is Forrest Gump
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