Updated: August 24, 2015
2014-15: Played in all 13 games, handling every long and short snap on the season … Logged 145 plays at long snapper … Handled the snapping duties against William & Mary … Was in on 12 plays as the primary snapper at Ohio State and against East Carolina … Logged eight special teams plays against Georgia Tech … Was in on 12 special teams plays against Western Michigan … Was in as the snapper on 14 plays at North Carolina … Was the snapper on 11 special teams plays, including all three of Joey Slye’s field goals … Logged seven plays against Miami and 13 against Boston College … Was in on 11 special teams plays and made a tackle in the win at Duke … Logged 11 plays on special teams at Wake Forest … Was in on 13 plays in the win over Virginia … Was in for 12 snaps on special teams against Cincinnati in the Military Bowl … Posted a 325-pound bench press and a 380-pound squat in spring max testing.
2013-14: Played in all 13 games … Took over the primary snapping duties and logged 119 plays … Was in on 13 special teams plays in the season opener against Alabama … Saw action snapping three times against Western Carolina … Was in on five special teams plays at East Carolina … Was on to snap six times against Marshall and at Georgia Tech … Handled the snapping duties on 12 special teams plays in the win over North Carolina … Made a career-high two tackles while in on 12 special teams plays against Pittsburgh … Was in to snap seven times against Duke … Was in on eight special teams plays, snapping for both of Cody Journell’s 56- and 47-yard field goals at Boston College … Had one tackle while in on 11 plays, including five PAT attempts, in the win at Miami … Logged 15 special teams plays against Maryland and nine more at Virginia … Saw action on 12 plays in the Sun Bowl … Recovered a fumble on a muffed punt in the bowl game which led to a Tech field goal.
2012-13: Dressed for nearly every game as the back-up long snapper, but ended up redshirting … Put on some weight during the winter … Saw work at both snapping spots during the spring.
High School: Lettered four times for Coach Tony Verducci at Bishop Ireton High … A first-team all-state selection by the VISAA his senior year after making the second team as a junior.
Personal: Stephen Edward D’Antuono, Jr. … Born March 4, 1994 in Alexandria, Virginia … Son of Steve and Cathy D’Antuono … His grandfather, father and uncle played college football … Has two older sisters … Majoring in finance.