After helping lead the Sooners to a big second half of the season, including a Cotton Bowl win over Florida, Oklahoma RB Rhamondre Stevenson has announced he is declaring for the 2021 NFL Draft.
Stevenson wrote in part, “Since I was 7 years old I knew my aspiration, and that was to play at the highest level of football possible… the NFL. Now I get a chance to reach my life long goal. With that being said, I will be entering the 2021 NFL Draft.”
Stevenson was suspended for the first half of the season, but when he returned he was one of the most productive players in college football with 101 carries for 665 yards and seven touchdowns, averaging 6.6 yards per carry.
Stevenson was a four-star junior college prospect from Cerritos College in California and was one of the top JUCO players in the country. He ended up picking the Sooners in the Class of 2019 over offers from other powerhouses like Texas and USC. In 2019, he finished the season with 64 carries for 515 yards and six touchdowns.
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