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Name: Tyrique Stevenson (Transfer from Georgia)
College: Miami (FL)     Number: 7
Height: 6-0   Weight: 202
Position: CB  Pos2: FS/KR
Class/Draft Year: So/2023

40 Low: 4.38
   40 Time: 4.48
  40 High: 4.57
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Height: 5115
Weight: 202

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: Transfer from Georgia...2020: NAC

 Tyrique Stevenson, Miami (FL), Player News


  Tyrique Stevenson is officially coming home to the Miami Hurricanes. The former Georgia Bulldogs defensive back, who entered his name into the transfer portal Monday with the intention of transferring to Miami, announced Saturday he is joining the Hurricanes, giving Manny Diaz and his staff another huge portal victory. The 6-foot, 202-pound sophomore announced his decision on Twitter. At Georgia, Stevenson moved into a hybrid role. With the No. 22 Hurricanes, he'll have a chance to move back to corner and could immediately step into a starting role. - Miami Herald

(DS#999 CB) So/2023 CB Tyrique StevensonMiami (FL)
News Source: Miami Herald
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  Tyrique Stevenson has entered the transfer portal, per a report from Matt Zenitz of AL.com. Stevenson joined the program as a 2019 signee and former top recruit from Miami. He finished his sophomore season but has three seasons of eligibility remaining due to the NCAA waiver created during the pandemic. Stevenson's departure serves as another blow to Georgia's secondary, which lost safety Richard LeCounte, cornerbacks Tyson Campbell and Eric Stokes and nickelback Mark Webb Jr. Stevenson had progressed into an emerging star for Georgia over his two seasons in Athens. The former four-star recruit had a strong performance in last season's SEC championship game and followed it with significant playing time in 2020. - Macon Telegraph

(DS#999 CB) So/2023 CB Tyrique StevensonMiami (FL)
News Source: Macon Telegraph
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