Stevenson plays on the defensive side of the ball, seeing time in the trenches, as he plays all over the defensive line, but sees most of his time at defensive tackle.
Standing at 6’1, 289 pounds, Stevenson draws size comparisons to the reigning Defensive Player of the Year in the NFL of the Los Angeles Rams, Aaron Donald.
Not a bad player to be compared to when it comes to size!
In the weight-room, Stevenson takes care of his business like he does on the field, as he has a squat max of 450 pounds!
With Covid-19 shutting down football for a lot of teams, Stevenson was still able to play four games in his junior year, and he was pleased with his performance.
“I feel like did some things well this season,” Stevenson said. “I feel like for me, I had a great season.”
Well enough to bring home some impressive honors on the year!
In his junior campaign, Stevenson made the All-County Defensive Team and he did so as the only lineman. He also won the Lineman of the Year Award, and is on several of the Top Class of 2022 lists for the state of Maryland!
Though he has done a lot of great things in Baltimore and the state itself, his driving force for playing the game is to leave the city and state.
“I play this game for my family,” Stevenson said. “I want to be able to get them out of the trenches of Baltimore.”
When asked what will get him to that point on the field, Stevenson had great things to say.
“I feel like my speed off the ball makes me standout as a player,” Stevenson said. “I have great speed as a big. I also like to think that I have great strength, and I am very physical.”
In the classroom, Stevenson takes care of the things he needs to as well, ensuring that he won’t be held back by his grades. He currently holds a 3.22 GPA, which will draw attention from several schools!
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