He is quick to credit his arsenal of weapons for his success though.
"My sophomore year I was on varsity, but I wasn't starting. I was behind a senior but I took everything in and learned. My first year starting went very well. We had really good receivers. One of our best, Cody Carroll, went down unfortunately in the fifth game, but I think it went very well."
Stadler has received interest from several big time programs. He has not taken any visits yet, but says a few schools are beginning to contact him more.
With baseball season beginning, Stadler's time will be occupied largely there, but he does plan to get out and throw for schools at camps.
"I think [I'll be camping at] a few places. I know I was talking about this tour, the Rock Tour. I was talking with my dad and might be doing that. Other than that I'm definitely going to a few camps but I'm not sure which ones yet."
Even with playing other sports, Stadler plans to make sure he's prepared for those camps and will also use that offseason work to be ready for next Fall.
"I'm definitely concentrating on footwork and strength, also speed. I wouldn't say I'm slow, but I still want to work on it."