Before being selected by the LA Chargers in the 2019 NFL draft, quarterback Easton Stick racked up a remarkable 49-3 record as a starter for the North Dakota State Bison. One North Dakota sports broadcaster said Stick finished his NDSU career as "the greatest quarterback in Bison history." Stick left NDSU with four national championships and was selected by the Chargers with the 166th overall pick. Read more about Easton Stick.
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The last game of Easton Stick's NDSU career
Stick garnered a 49-3 record as a starter with the North Dakota State Bison, setting a record for most quarterback wins in FCS history.
Along the way, he racked up 8,693 yards passing and 2,523 rushing, for a total offense production of 11,216 yards. And he was part of four FCS national title teams. When Stick finished his career with the Bison, Dom Izzo, sports director at WDAY-TV in Fargo, called him "the greatest quarterback in Bison history."
The Los Angeles Chargers took Stick in the fifth-round of the 2019 NFL Draft, with the 166th overall pick. Stick (6-1, 224) is heading into the fourth season with LA in 2022.
Stick's honors include:
- 2019 NFL Scouting Combine
- 2019 East-West Shrine Game
- 2018 AP All-America First Team
- 2018 HERO Sports All-America First Team
- 2018 Phil Steele FCS All-America First Team
- 2018 Phil Steele FCS Offensive Player of the Year
- 2018 AFCA All-America Second Team
- 2018 STATS FCS All-America Third Team
- 2018 STATS FCS Walter Payton Award Finalist (3rd)
- 2018 MVFC Offensive Player of the Year
- 2018 All-MVFC First Team
- 2018 NCAA Division I Championship Game Most Outstanding Player
- 2017 CFPA FCS National Performer of the Year
- 2016, 2017 All-MVFC Honorable Mention
- 2015 MVFC All-Newcomer Team
- 2018 MVFC Offensive Player of the Week (3)
- 2017 MVFC Offensive Player of the Week
- 2015 MVFC Newcomer of the Week
- 2018 AFCA Good Works Team
- 2018 William V. Campbell Trophy Finalist
Other facts about Easton Stick:
- Attended Creighton Prep High School in Omaha, NE.
- Earned his degree from NDSU in only three-and-a-half years, and graduated with Summa Cum Laude honors.
- Took part in the Manning Passing Academy in 2018.