Stuckey is one of the Chargers’ most-active players in the community. It dates back to his college career at Kansas, where he was not only one of the school’s most-talented athletes, but also one of it’s most popular and academically gifted. Raised by a single mother, Michele Foulks, Stuckey graduated in four years. He was named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and served in student government. Stuckey enjoys delivering motivational speeches and regularly volunteers to lend a helping hand with community projects in San Diego and his hometown of Kansas City. For the last three years, Stuckey has led a football camp at Bishop Ward High School in Kansas City, and for the last two years, he’s headed up a similar camp at Westview High School in San Diego. He also hosted a free football youth clinic at Free State High School in Lawrence, Kansas in 2014, and he sponsors the K.C. United Pop Warner Football League in conjunction with USA Football.
Stuckey is also active with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. In May, he served as the host for their annual golf tournament in San Diego. Stuckey has three brothers and three sisters. His younger sister, Denae, played basketball at Iowa State. Stuckeys hobbies include painting, drawing and collecting DVD movies. He and wife, Lacie, have a son, Jayton James, and a daughter, Kinsley Ann.