Rhamondre Stevenson was selected in the fourth round (120th overall) by the New England Patriots in the 2021 NFL Draft.
Along with quarterback Mac Jones and defensive tackle Christian Barmore, Stevenson has helped make New England's most recent draft class its most promising in years. Get to know more about Stevenson, who has the early makings of a franchise running back for the Patriots:
Rhamondre Stevenson's bio
- Height: 6-foot-0
- Weight: 230 pounds
- Birthdate: February 23, 1998
- Birthplace: Las Vegas, Nevada
- College: Oklahoma
- NFL experience: Rookie
- Jersey number: 38
Rhamondre Stevenson's career NFL stats
Here are some of Rhamondre Stevenson's notable career achievements and statistics:
- Career-high 100 yards rushing against Cleveland Browns, Week 10
- Led Patriots in rushing yards in four straight games (Weeks 9-12)
- Career totals (through 2021 season)
- 606 rushing yards
- 5 rushing touchdowns
- 123 receiving yards
- 14 receptions
Here are Rhamondre Stevenson's contract details with the Patriots
New England Patriots
Rhamondre Stevenson signed a four-year, $4,229,056 rookie deal with the Patriots in May. Just under $750,000 was guaranteed at signing.
Should Stevenson play out the duration of his rookie deal, the earliest he could become a free agent is after the 2024 season at age 27.
Rhamondre Stevenson's college career
Stevenson played two years college football at the University of Oklahoma for Lincoln Riley after two years at the junior college level at Cerritos College in Norwalk, California.
Stevenson, the 2015 Las Vegas Sun Player of the Year as a junior at Centennial High School, was the top-ranked junior college running back -- 12th overall -- by ESPN for the class of 2019 and chose Oklahoma over other offers from Brigham Young, Hawaii, Kansas State, Middle Tennessee State, Southern Miss, Texas and Utah. He rushed for more than 2,000 yards in his second season at Cerritos in 2018.
Over 13 games for the Sooners between 2019 and 2020, Stevenson rushed for 1,180 yards on 165 carries (7.2 yards per rush) with 13 touchdowns.
In Oklahoma's 55-20 Cotton Bowl win over Florida following the 2020 season, Stevenson was named MVP after rushing for 186 yards and a touchdown.
Meet Rhamondre Stevenson's family
Stevenson is the son of Robert and Juron Stevenson.