Career Summary: Appeared in 25 career games... Signed with the Tigers in Dec. `07 and enrolled at the U of M for the spring semester...Played in 12 games on both the offensive line and as a member of the special teams unit for FGs and PATs...Saw action in a season-high 17 offensive plays in the road meeting at UCF...Part of an offensive line that helped Memphis rank 13th nationally in passing offense and 23rd in total offense...Tiger offensive front only gave up 14 sacks in 13 games to rank 10th nationally and lead C-USA in sack denial...Was in on 95 of Memphis' 928 offensive plays in `07.
2008 Highlights: Started all 13 games at left tackle...Part of an offensive line that ranked second in C-USA in fewest sacks allowed with 17...Saw action on 89 percent (870 of 977) of Memphis' offensive plays...Also saw action at both guard positions...Played every snap against Rice, Marshall, ASU and UAB.
2007: Signed with the Tigers in December 2007 and enrolled at the U of M for the spring semester...Worked out with the team in the spring and was listed as the No. 2 right tackle behind Brandon Pearce following spring workouts...Played in 12 games on both the offensive line and as a member of the special teams unit...Saw action in a season-high 17 offensive plays in the road meeting at UCF...Was part of an offensive line that helped Memphis rank 13th nationally in passing offense and 23rd in total offense...Tiger offensive front only gave up 14 sacks in 13 games to rank 10th nationally and lead Conference USA in sack denial.
Academic Highlights: Named to Tiger 3.0 Club for 2007 spring semester.
Junior College: Played two seasons on the offensive line at Itawamba Community College...Started as a freshman at ICC...Was selected to the NJCAA Preseason Honorable Mention All-America list heading into his sophomore season...Helped the ICC offense rank fifth in the MACJC in total offense with 315 yards per game in 2006...Was a first-team pick on the MACJC North All-State team as a sophomore after leading his squad to a 7-2 record.
Prep: A three-year starter at North Pontotoc High School...Played on both the offensive and defensive lines for Coach Pat Davis...Helped lead his team to the state playoffs his junior and senior seasons...Did not allow a single sack during high school career...Received All-State honors as a senior...Selected to Tupelo Daily Journal All-Area Team...Earned three letters each in track and powerlifting...NPHS powerlifting squad earned division championships in 2003, 2004 and 2005...Set a state record in powerlifting with a bench press of 350 pounds.
Personal: Cody Ray Stubblefield is the son of Charlie and Lecia Stubblefield...Born January 8, 1987 in Tupelo, Miss.
Stubblefield's Career Offensive Line Statistics YR Games/Starts Plays/Total Team Plays 2007 12/0 95/1017