A fifth member of the 2021 New England Patriots draft class has agreed to terms.
Running back Rhamondre Stevenson officially signed his rookie contract on Wednesday, according to the NFL transaction wire.
The Patriots selected the Oklahoma product in the fourth round at No. 120 overall as the calendar turned from April to May.
A 6-foot, 227-pound transfer from Cerritos College, Stevenson rushed for 1,180 yards and 13 touchdowns over 19 games with the Sooners. His stay spanned five starts and 7.2 yards per carry on the way to becoming an All-Big 12 honorable mention and the Cotton Bowl’s offensive MVP.
Stevenson, 23, also caught 28 career passes for 298 yards and factored in on special teams.
Per Miguel Benzan of PatsCap, the back’s four-year rookie pact includes a $749,060 signing bonus and an upcoming 53-man cap number of $847,265.
Stevenson joins wide receiver Tre Nixon, offensive lineman William Sherman, linebacker Cameron McGrone and safety Joshuah Bledsoe under contract with New England. The war room’s top trio of selections, quarterback Mac Jones, defensive tackle Christian Barmore and edge defender Ronnie Perkins, remain unsigned with rookie minicamp in the rearview and organized team activities ahead.