Third-year sophomore offensive lineman... listed as the No. 2 left guard behind senior A.J. Cann entering the fall... recognized as the "Most Improved" offensive lineman in the spring by the coaches... twin brother of Carolina offensive lineman Clayton Stadnik... father played in the NFL.
2013: Redshirt freshman offensive lineman... played in each of the last eight games on special teams... saw his first action on the offensive line in the win at Arkansas... also saw extensive playing time against Coastal Carolina.
2012: Touted offensive tackle who enrolled at Carolina in January 2012... underwent shoulder surgery upon his arrival and did not participate in spring drills... was limited in the fall while rehabbing... named to the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Western Guilford High School in Greensboro, N.C. in December 2011... coached by Chris Causey... squad lost in the first round of the North Carolina 4A state playoffs and finished the season with a 4-7 record... was a 2012 UnderArmour All-American Game selection and 2011 Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas selection... named to the PARADE All-America team... was an all-conference and all-state selection as a junior... is a four-star prospect, the seventh-best player in the state, and the 36th-best offensive tackle in the country according to Rivals.com... was a four-star recruit, the 18th-best tackle in the country and the 129th-best player overall according to Scout.com... a four-star recruit who ranked as the nation's 16th-best tackle and the sixth-best player in North Carolina by ESPN.com... was a four-star recruit, considered the state's seventh-best prospect, the 18th-best offensive tackle in the country and the nation's 143rd-best player overall, according to 247Sports.com... the PrepStar All-American selected South Carolina over Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Florida State and Virginia Tech among over 25 offers.
PERSONAL: Brock Stadnik is pursuing a degree in psychology... is a twin brother to Gamecock offensive lineman Clayton Stadnik... father, John, played center professionally for one season with the San Diego Chargers and four years in the USFL after playing collegiately at Western Illinois.