DITR: WR Stone Celestin, St. Paul (Convington, Louisiana)

Stone Celestin is a 6’0, 175 lb receiver in the class of 2025. Stone is a very smart and shiffty reveiver. Stone display amazing footwork, route running, and creates space off the line. Stone was able to show of his talent at Gridiron Footballs Elite Camp in Covington, Louisiana. During the camp his broad jump was 9 feet 1 inch, with a shuttle time of 4.56. Stone is a hard working reciver, he takes pride in everthing dealing with football. Watching his highlighs you see how Stone makes plays when he gets the ball. Stone can also go get the ball deep, but he’s more of a quick pass guy. With his ability to track the ball, run routes, and his speed this upcoming season will be very intresting for this guy especially with his chemistry he have with his QB. Stone is a very rounded kid who puts school first. He currently holds a 3.2 GPA. Stone is someone to look out for this upcoming season and NCAA level.

What are some things you have overcome in life?

“When I broke my collarbone.

What are your biggest accomplishments?

“Top 20 in receiving yards
2nd on Team receiving yards
3 year letterman
On #1 7v7 team in the state”

What player do you compare yourself to and why?

“Cooper Kupp or Justin Jefferson because we both run routes very well.”

What are your plans once you’re done with football and why?

“I want to be a financial advisor because I like working with people and analyzing numbers. It is something I have always been interested in.”

What are some goals you have for yourself, and your team next season?

” I want to win the state championship and be a all-state receiver.”

What do you like about the sport of football and how is it significant to you?

“I love the mental and physical toughness it takes to play the sport.”

What is an interesting fact about you outside of football?

“I do boxing and enjoy playing golf on the side.”

what is your dream school?


what position do you enjoy playing the most and why?

“Wide Receiver because I like making plays with the ball in my hands.”

What are some ways your coaches have helped you?

“They have really taught be how to pick apart defenses and have really improved the technical side of my game.”

What colleges would you like to play for?

“Tulane, University of West Florida, Florida Atlantic University, are schools that I would like to play for.”