Stutsman led Oklahoma in both total tackles and tackles for loss despite missing a game and a half due to injury. His 104 tackles were tied for 53rd among all FBS defensive players last season, while his 16 tackles for loss were tied for 20thnationally. He finished sixth in the Big 12 in total tackles and second in the conference in stops behind the line of scrimmage, trailing only UCF’s Tre’Mon Morris-Brash’s 20.5 last season.

Along with those numbers, Stutsman posted 20 total pressures, including three sacks and 14 quarterback hurries. He added a team-leading 47 stops — plays that are considered a failure by the opposing offense — while also forcing two fumbles, breaking up three passes and returning an interception for a touchdown.