A medical student at the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, Justin Stull has earned awards for highest academic achievement in human dissection, as well as academic honors in physiology, anatomy, and neurology. Previously, he achieved success as an undergraduate student at Princeton University, where he was captain of the varsity football team from 2004 to 2005 and an all-league linebacker from 2003 to 2005. Justin Stull balanced his athletic commitment with a full academic workload, completing a senior thesis entitled “Mid-Century Foreign Policy in Vietnam and Cuba” and graduating with a bachelor of arts in history. Following his undergraduate studies, he was signed by the Washington Redskins after his performance at its 2006 rookie minicamp and went on to play linebacker and on the special teams squad during the team’s off-season and preseason activities.
Strongly committed to youth education and mentoring, Justin Stull has served as a basketball coach and tutor for the Boys and Girls Club of Lancaster and led as a head coach of several Colorado youth teams. He has also engaged with Project 55, an organization that provides mentoring services for underprivileged youth in Trenton, New Jersey.