"It's part of the game, part of the process," he said clearly frustrated by the questions about potentially fallen in the draft. "Things happen for a reason, so I'm just going to continue to do my part, whatever team I go to, I'm going to give it my all ... just be happy to be part of a team, be happy to be in the NFL is my goal."
Stanley declined to speculate Wednesday what teams might snag him in the first round.
"If a team thinks I'm fit to be that person for them, then that's their pick," he said. "I have no control over what teams are going to think, all I can do is show them what I know about football and my game and my personality. Whatever they choose to do with that is their choice."
With a dearth of quality offensive lineman throughout the NFL, both left tackles are sure to be drafted in the top end of Thursday's first round.