Zwinggi is one of the fastest RB’s in college football. He runs consistently in the 4.3’s and has been clocked at 4.28. He was a 2004 US Army All-American with Adrian Petersen during the All-American Bowl at the Alamodome (3 carries, 21 yds).
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It is important to note that during his senior high school season, Zwinggi’s 24 TD’s averaged 38 yards in length. During his college career, his 20 TD’s were again impressive lengths averaging 35.1 yards per TD. He set Texas State school records with the longest run from scrimmage at 92 yards against Cal Poly and longest pass reception of 91 yards against Sam Houston State.
The 2007 Dave Campbell Magazine selected Zwinggi as the “Most Under the Radar” player of all football players in Texas including D-1A and D1-AA colleges.
Ken Hall, who played at Sugar Land HS from 1950-53 holds the national record for career rushing yards and is generally regarded as the greatest high school running back in history. Hall states, “I was able to see the entire field, Stan has the gift also. He has the speed and quickness to break the long run every time he touches the ball. His special teams play on kick cover is amazing also. I don’t think I have ever seen anyone get downfield so quick.”
Averaging 6.0 yards per carry (325 carries, 1961 yds) as a running back for the Texas State Bobcats, Zwinggi has demonstrated that he is a consistent performer. His versatility allowed him to contribute consistently on special teams as both a kickoff returner and a member of the kickoff coverage team. As a returner, Zwinggi averaged an impressive 23.3 yards per kickoff return. While on kickoff coverage, Zwinggi wreaked havoc on the opponents’ blocking schemes by getting downfield so quickly to place himself behind their yet-to-be-formed-wedge ready to hit the opposing returner.
Zwinggi is a player. His speed, toughness, and versatility will all be assets to any team in the League, and his character, work ethic, and commitment to the team will make immediate contributions in the locker room and on the practice field.
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