STORMO'S WSU CAREER
RS-JUNIOR (2011): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games...assisted on a tackle against Idaho State...made two tackles against UNLV...had one solo tackle in the Apple Cup. RS-SOPHOMORE (2010): Earned a varsity letter after playing in all 12 games, earning three starts at tight end ...had two tackles on season, both solo, while playing special teams...recorded one tackle at Arizona State...made one tackle in the win at Oregon State...moved to defensive end at start of 2011 spring practice. RS-FRESHMAN (2009): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in each of WSU's 12 games...reserve tight end started his first-career game against UCLA in place of the injured Tony Thompson...one of 14 Cougar freshman to start a game...caught three passes for 39 yards on the season, including a 20-yard reception against UCLA...named honorable mention Pacific-10 Conference All-Academic. FRESHMAN (2008): Redshirt season.
STORMO'S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Earned three varsity letters in football under head coach Daniel Mack and three in basketball under head coach Greg Turcott...led his team in receiving as both a JUNIOR and SENIOR...posted 248 yards and five touchdowns in his final prep campaign...performance garnered second-team All-WesCo South League honors...named All-WesCo South and All-Area First Team as a defensive end...team captain and coaches' award winner...nominated for East/West All-Star Game...earned WashingtonPreps.com All-State honors...named a Seattle Times Red Chip prospect...ranked by Scout.com as one of Washington's top 50 prospects (No. 37)...also a captain of basketball team...as a JUNIOR was an all-league second team selection...all-league honorable mention pick in basketball.
Skylar John Martin Stormo...parents Gary and Tara...has one younger sister, Britta...pursuing a degree in business at WSU.