Donte Stallworth Talks WIth Joe Lisi At The Ron Jaworski Celebrity Golf Challenge
Donte Stallworth was a standout for the Tennessee Volunteers from 1999-2001. In his career in Knoxville, Stallworth recorded 99 receptions for 1,747 receiving yards averaging 17.6 yards per catch with 13 touchdowns. Stallworth could make every catch in the game and had the speed to burn defenders deep on every play. In his final season in Knoxville in 2001, Stallworth averaged 20 yards per reception which was second in the SEC among starting receivers. Donte stepped up in the Volunteers biggest games and he develop throughout his career in becoming one of Tennessee top ten best receivers All-time (1,747 yards 9th best).
Stallworth became a #1 draft pick by the New Orleans Saints in the 2002 NFL Draft and had a ten year career in the NFL for the Saints, Eagles, Patriots, Browns, Ravens and Redskins. In his NFL career, Stallworth recorded 321 receptions for 4,837 yards averaging 15.1 yards per catch with 35 touchdowns.
It was great to hear Donte’s opinions about his career in Knoxville and his thoughts about current head coach Butch Jones in bringing back enthusiasm to the football program.
Joseph Lisi a former ABC Sports college football researcher, is the owner of www.GOFORTHE2.COM. He is a member if the FWAA (Football Writers Association Of America), Maxwell Football Club and is currently the content editor at www.2FiveSports.com. He contributes regularly to www.Sid-Rosenberg.com and has been a featured guest every Tuesday night from 10:30-11:30pm EST on Yahoo Sports Radio With Ken Thomson (www.sportsxradio.com).
Joe has been featured on the FNTSY Sports Network and The Sid Rosenberg Sports Radio Show 640AM Sports (South Florida). You can follow him on Twitter: @Goforthe2.
Joe has a weekly radio show on www.blogtalkradio.com with former Georgia Bulldogs WR Corey Allen called: