70  Stuart Hines
Stuart Hines


Bowling Green, Ky.

High School:
Bowling Green

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 295

Offensive Guard



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Offensive lineman Stuart Hines on his experience over the past years as a part of Kentucky football.


FB vs. Tennessee, 112611

The University of Kentucky football team snapped a 26-game losing streaking to Tennessee by beating the Volunteers 10-7


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FB vs. Ole Miss, 110511

Cats Bounce Ole Miss 30-13; Williams runs for 111 yards and two touchdowns; Trevathan notches 17 tackles, one INT

  • All-SEC third team by Phil Steele's College Football (2009)
  • UK Most Improved Offensive Player by UK coaches (2009)
  • SEC Academic Honor Roll (2008, 2009, 2010)

Two-year starter ... Started the 2009 season at right guard, then moved to left guard for 2010 ... Has good athleticism and handles the role of a pulling guard well ... Has played in 36 games with 24 starts ... Fine student who is a three-year member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll and an Academic All-America nominee .... Has completed his degree in finance and will work to add a second major in management during the fall ... Had a unique experience in May as he spent a week in Ethiopia working with children.

2010 (Junior): Played in 11 games after sitting out two games because of injury ... Returned vs. Auburn after missing the Ole Miss and Florida games ... Helped UK rush for 200+ yards in three consecutive games for the first time since 1990 ... UK ranked second in the SEC in fewest sacks allowed and fourth in total offense.

2009 (Sophomore): A third-team All-SEC selection by Phil Steele's College Football ... Named the team's Most Improved Offensive Player by the coaching staff ... Started all 13 games at right guard ... UK averaged 191.2 rushing yards per game, the team's best since 1995 ... UK ranked in the nation's top 25 in rushing offense, fewest quarterback sacks allowed and fewest tackles for loss allowed.

2008 (Redshirt Freshman): Appeared in 12 games as a backup offensive guard ... Contributed to the unit that ranked fourth nationally and led the SEC in fewest sacks allowed ... UK also ranked 11th in the nation in fewest tackles for loss allowed.

2007 (Freshman): Redshirted ... Named Offensive Scout Team Player of the Week for the Eastern Kentucky game.

High School: One of the nation's top-25 offensive tackle prospects as rated by ... First-team all-state as a junior and senior by The Associated Press and Louisville Courier-Journal ... Also chosen for the Lexington Herald-Leader "Class of the Commonwealth" and the "Kentucky Tremendous 26" by the state high school coaches association ... Four-year letterman and three-year starter at offensive and defensive tackle for Bowling Green (Ky.) HS ... Bowling Green averaged more than 40 points per game all three years he started at offensive tackle ... Career defensive totals featured 99 tackles, seven quarterback sacks, nine additional tackles for loss, one fumble recovery, and one blocked kick ... Helped lead BGHS to the finals of the Class AAA state playoffs as a junior and senior ... Team had a 37-5 record during his three years as a starter ... Also a two-year pick on the All- South Central Kentucky Conference squad .. Won the team's Monie Beard Award for leadership ... Listed among the top-four prospects in Kentucky by,, and SuperPrep ... Played for the winning Kentucky squad in the Kentucky-Tennessee All-Star Game in June, 2007 ... Coached by Kevin Wallace ... "The number one thing about Stuart is that he's very athletic for a big guy," Wallace said. "He's very intelligent, coachable, and has a great work ethic. He expects to win and produce, (an attitude) which will help him at the next level." ... Participated three years on the track and field team, throwing the shot and discus ... Honor-roll student ... Decided on Kentucky after final consideration to Vanderbilt and West Virginia. 28

Personal: Born in Bowling Green, Ky. ... Son of Terry and Denita Hines ... Major is finance.

Community Cats: Participated in Read Across America (2010).

2015 National Signing Day Commonwealth Stadium