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Name: Rhamondre Stevenson (Coming off 2020 Suspension)
College: Oklahoma     Number: 29
Height: 6-0   Weight: 231
Position: RB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2021

40 Low: 4.56
   40 Time: 4.64
  40 High: 4.68
Projected Round: 5  Stock:    

Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 5115
Weight: 231

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Dates: 03/12/21
Hand: 09  Arm: 30 1/4
Wingspan: 75

Height: 5115
Weight: 231
40 Yrd Dash: 4.64
20 Yrd Dash: 2.75
10 Yrd Dash: 1.67
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 15
Vertical Jump: 31 1/2
Broad Jump: 09'04"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.15
3-Cone Drill: 7.09

40 Time Range: 4.63-4.65/Projected 4.54
 

 



 Data Scout Notes: 2020: HMC...2019: Backup w/64-515-8.0-6 rush, 10-87-8.7-0 rec in 13 gms in '19. Transferred from Cerritos College for '19. 222-2000-16 rush in '18.

 Rhamondre Stevenson, Oklahoma, Player News


  Following two seasons in Norman, Rhamondre Stevenson will take his talents to the NFL. The Las Vegas native, who rushed for 665 yards and seven TDs in six games this past season, announced his intention to declare for the 2021 NFL Draft in a tweet posted on Thursday. Stevenson, who transferred from Cerritos College to OU in 2019, finishes his Sooner career with 1,180 rushing yards, 13 rushing touchdowns and an average carry of 7.2 yards. - Norman Transcript

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  2020 ALL-BIG 12 CONFERENCE FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION: Rhamondre Stevenson (RB),...Several Sooners also earned honorable mention recognition at their respective positions: redshirt sophomore linebacker Brian Asamoah, redshirt sophomore linebacker Nik Bonitto, redshirt junior offensive lineman Marquis Hayes, Mims (kick/punt returner), redshirt junior defensive back Tre Norwood, redshirt freshman quarterback Spencer Rattler, senior running back Rhamondre Stevenson, sophomore tight end Austin Stogner, junior defensive back Delarrin Turner-Yell, sophomore wide receiver Theo Wease and junior linebacker DaShaun White. In addition, Brkic (special teams), freshman defensive back D.J. Graham (defensive freshman), Mims (offensive freshman), Rattler (offensive player/offensive freshman), Thomas (defensive lineman), redshirt freshman defensive back Woodi Washington (defensive freshman), and Winfrey (defensive newcomer) received at least one vote each for the respective individual awards. - Oklahoma Football

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  Lincoln Riley's words about Rhamondre Stevenson could've very easily been Bob Stoops' talking about DeMarco Murray a few years ago. "He's a great combination," Riley said of Stevenson last month. "When you get a guy that's tough to tackle and has some breakaways and catches the ball pretty good and is able to jump cut right and left, great feet, it's a good combination." With DeMarco Murray coaching the OU running backs this season, Stevenson has transformed from a solid back who was primarily the Sooners' third option into one that has been more than capable of carrying the load in the three games since he returned from suspension.

Stevenson could hardly believe it when he heard of Murray's hiring. "It was surreal, really, if I'm being honest," Stevenson said. "It was very exciting. When I had that first meeting with him, I just knew he was going to be great." Stevenson and Murray are both from Las Vegas. Their high schools, though they went at different times, are 16 miles apart and their football teams sometimes face each other. So it's no surprise that Stevenson grew up watching and rooting for Murray, who Stevenson called his "favorite running back." But that affection goes far beyond their shared hometown. "I just liked how he ran the ball," Stevenson said. "The Cowboys are actually my favorite football team, so that plays a part as well." - Daily Oklahoman


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  Spencer Rattler passed for 301 yards and four touchdowns and ran for another score to help No. 18 Oklahoma beat No. 14 Oklahoma State 41-13 on Saturday night and boost its hopes of winning a sixth straight Big 12 championship. Rhamondre Stevenson ran for a career-high 141 yards, and Theo Wease caught two touchdown passes for the Sooners in their fifth straight victory. Oklahoma (6-2, 5-2) won its sixth straight in the series and extended its November winning streak to 23 dating to 2014. Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard was held to 44 yards on eight carries, and the Cowboys (5-2, 4-2) gained just 246 total yards.

Iowa State leads the Big 12 with just one conference loss, and Oklahoma State joined Oklahoma and Texas with two league losses in the race to qualify for the Big 12 Championship Game. Oklahoma raced to a 21-0 lead in the first nine minutes on the strength of three touchdowns by Rattler - two passing and one rushing. The Sooners led 21-7 at the end of the first quarter. It was the most points Oklahoma has scored in a first quarter against Oklahoma State in Norman. Oklahoma State quarterback Spencer Sanders left the game in the first quarter after Oklahoma defensive end Ronnie Perkins slammed him to the ground. Shane Illingworth replaced him and threw a touchdown pass to help cut Oklahoma's lead to 27-13 at halftime, but he struggled from there before being replaced by Sanders in the fourth quarter. - Oklahoma/AP College Football


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  One week after carrying 13 times for 89 yards, he carried 11 times for 104. And it's not even that, exactly, though 9.5 yards per attempt is fantastic - he averaged 8 yards per try over 64 carries last season by the way; pretty good, right? - but it was how he carried the ball. And how he caught it, too, turning a team-high four grabs into 60 receiving yards, trailing only Austin Stogner's 75 on three. Stevenson's head coach criminally underplayed his efforts. "Low center of gravity, difficult to tackle, has some big-play ability," Lincoln Riley said, as if Stevenson's just a garden variety power back and not a 6-foot, nearly 250-pound make-them-miss-until-you-can't-and-have-to-run-through-them force of nature. Because that's what he's doing.

It's the craziest thing. To me, Stevenson's a glider. He's a huge running back, he delivers many more blows than he takes, he's not remotely fun to tackle, nor try to tackle. "He'a a bulldozer," said Nik Bonitto, Stevenson's linebacker teammate. Yet, if anybody cares to notice, he's making people miss, too. Stevenson doesn't stop on dimes and he doesn't make hard, sharp cuts, but he makes subtle shifts, little moves at, say, the 40-yard line, that cause a defender waiting for him at the 35 to lunge for air. It's something. - Norman Transcript


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  Oklahoma looks ready to make its usual late-season push. Rhamondre Stevenson ran for 104 yards and two touchdowns and the 19th-ranked Sooners routed winless Kansas 62-9 on Saturday. Stevenson, in his second game back from a suspension, also caught four passes for 60 yards. Spencer Rattler passed for 212 yards and a touchdown and ran for a score to help the Sooners (5-2, 4-2 Big 12) win their fourth straight game. It was Oklahoma's 22nd consecutive November win dating to 2014. "We've got to continue our climb," Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley said. "We keep getting a little bit better, and that's what we've got to keep doing is just keep getting better a week at a time. I know it sounds boring, but it's the right recipe."

The Sooners got a scare when Rattler left briefly in the second quarter with what appeared to be an injury to his left hip. He ran for a touchdown and took a hard shot right after he crossed the goal line. Rattler returned and played much of the third quarter, but he wasn't fully himself. "It was just a little sore," Riley said. "I think just trying to get through and finish on his throws - you could tell it was affecting him just a little bit. He was able at the end of his game to kind of get it loosened up and start throwing the ball fine again. He was fine. Had the game not been out of hand, we certainly would have left him in." Oklahoma tied a school record with nine sacks. Linebacker Nik Bonitto led the way with three. - AP College Football


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  NOV 2 BIG 12 CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Rhamondre Stevenson, RB, Sr., Oklahoma,...Stevenson rushed 13 times for a game-high 87 yards (6.7 average) and a career-best three touchdowns in the Sooners' road victory at Texas Tech. His first carry of the season resulted in a 6-yard touchdown and he added 1-yard scoring runs in the first and second quarters to help the Sooners maintain a 48-14 halftime lead. - Big 12 Football

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  Rhamondre Stevenson ran for three first-half touchdowns in his return for No. 24 Oklahoma, Spencer Rattler threw for 288 yards and two scores in about 2 1/2 quarters and the Sooners beat Texas Tech 62-28 on Saturday night for their third win in a row. Stevenson made his season debut, along with defensive end Ronnie Perkins, after they had been suspended since before the Peach Bowl last season. They last played in the Big 12 championship game last year. At one point, Stevenson revealed a T-shirt reading "I'm back" that he was wearing under his jersey. He ran 13 times for 87 yards, his third TD putting the Sooners (4-2, 3-2 Big 12) up 42-7 with 6 1/2 minutes left in the first half. Stevenson had a 6-yard score and two 1-yard TD runs. Perkins had three tackles, two for losses. Oklahoma scored touchdowns on six consecutive drives after Texas Tech (2-4, 1-4) opened the game with a 75-yard, seven-play drive. SaRodorick Thompson's 5-yard TD run, after his 28-yard scamper, gave the Red Raiders a 7-0 lead. - AP College Football

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  2021 SENIOR BOWL WATCH LIST: Rhamondre Stevenson, Oklahoma,...Stevenson, a product of Las Vegas who attended junior college before arriving in Norman, rushed for 515 yards and six touchdowns in 13 games last season and led the nation by averaging 8.0 yards per carry (minimum 50 rushes). He notched two 100-yard rushing games last year, turning in a season-best total of 109 rushing yards and a touchdown on five carries at Kansas. He scored the winning touchdown in OU's 30-23 overtime victory over Baylor in the Big 12 Championship game. - Oklahoma Football

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  Rhamondre Stevenson had a 5-yard touchdown run in overtime and No. 6 Oklahoma made its bid for another playoff berth with a 30-23 win over No. 8 Baylor in the Big 12 championship game Saturday. "We didn't play our best, but we beat a damn good team here today, and we're the champs," coach Lincoln Riley said. A day after No. 5 Utah lost in the Pac-12 championship game, and before No. 4 Georgia took on No. 1 LSU for the SEC title, the Sooners (12-1, No. 6 CFP) won their fifth consecutive Big 12 title, and 13th overall. Oklahoma went to the playoff three of the past four seasons. "I like our case," Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby said before the game about his league's playoff chances.

Baylor (11-2, No. 7 CFP) tied the game in the fourth quarter after two long passes by freshman Jacob Zeno, the second quarterback used after starter Charlie Brewer left the game in the second quarter following a big hit he delivered on a defender. There was an 81-yard catch-and-run touchdown by Trestan Ebner with 9:41 left in regulation and a 78-yarder to Chris Platt that set up John Mayers' third field goal, a 27-yarder with 3:25 left to make it 23-all. After Oklahoma scored on three plays to start overtime, Zeno was under tremendous pressure on Baylor's chance. There were two incompletions before he was sacked for a 10-yard loss, and then he was under distress again when he flung a game-ending pass that fell to the ground. The Bears had only 105 total yards before the 81-yard TD pass in the fourth quarter. They finished with 265. - Oklahoma/AP College Football


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