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Scouting Profile: Rhamondre Stevenson

Breaking down the full scouting report on Patriots fourth-round pick Rhamondre Stevenson.

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Breaking down the full scouting report on Patriots fourth-round pick Rhamondre Stevenson.

Rhamondre Stevenson

  • RB, 6-0, 246
  • Oklahoma
  • Las Vegas, Nev.
  • 4th round, 120th overall

Strengths: Surprisingly nimble despite his bulkier frame; powerful, bruising running style; doesn't go down easily; has demonstrated ability to catch passes out of the backfield; special teams potential.

Weaknesses: Could improve in blitz-pickup and pass protection technique; often slow to get to the outside; tendency to improvise, resulting in inconsistent ability to read blocks and hit holes.

Personal: Majored in human relations at Oklahoma; led Sooners in rushing last season, despite missing first five games; began his college career at Cerritos, a junior college in California; named High School Player of the Year by Las Vegas Sun as a junior.

Comparable NFL players: Gus Edwards (Baltimore Ravens), LeGarrette Blount (retired) – Two big-bodied ball carriers known for their hard-hitting rushing style, particularly in short-yardage situations.

By the numbers

RUSHING

Table inside Article
YEARGPGSATT.YDS.Y/ATT.Y/GM.TDLG
2019130645158.039.6675
2020651016656.6110.8750
TOTAL19516511807.262.11375

RECEIVING

Table inside Article
YEARREC.YDS.Y/REC.Y/GM.TDLG
201910878.76.7023
20201821111.735.2045
TOTAL2829810.615.7045

Pro Day numbers *

  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 231
  • 40 yards: 4.63
  • Bench (225): 15
  • Vertical jump: 31.5
  • Long jump: 9'04"
  • Shuttle: 4.15
  • Cone: 7.09

* Combine comparison unavailable because 2021 Combine was cancelled.

What they're saying …

"New England adds more power and physicality to its backfield with this pick. Stevenson, a JUCO transfer, isn't the most versatile back and he comes with some maturity questions, but he's the type of punishing runner Bill Belichick likes – don't be surprised if he has a couple games with 15-20 touches as a rookie." ~ Mark Dulgerian, NFL.com

"If you can keep him [running] north and south, then [Stevenson]'s going to do some damage." ~ Unnamed area scout for an NFC team, as told to NFL.com

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