2016: Finished his final season in Tallahassee with 13 carries for 95 yards (6.9 per rush) and four rushing touchdowns...his six-yard touchdown reception against Boston College was his only catch of the year...had a career-long run of 38 yards against No. 3 Clemson while adding a 27-yard touchdown run against No. 15 Florida...the first four touchdowns of his career, including three in 2016, were from one yard out...caught his touchdown against BC from fellow senior Sean Maguire on Senior Day...had two rushing touchdowns against USF, the first FSU fullback with multiple touchdowns since Lonnie Pryor in the 2013 Orange Bowl...entered 2016 with two career touchdowns (one rushing, one receiving) and 12 total rushes...selected to play in the Reese's Senior Bowl.
2015: Made 12 appearances with 10 starts all coming at the fullback position...helped pave the way for Dalvin Cook’s record setting, single-season performance for rushing yards (1,691) and all-purpose yards (1,935), while collecting 19 rushing touchdowns…Seminoles finished the year averaging 31.7 points per game (4th in the ACC) and 424.0 yards per game (4th in the ACC)...key protector of FSU’s quarterbacks that ranked fourth in the ACC in pass offense (255.8 yards/game) and third in pass efficiency (142.7) and completion percentage (63.0)...was instrumental in FSU’s blocking package all season long as the Seminoles ranked 17th nationally, third in the ACC, in yards per carry (5.25) and 18th nationally, third in the ACC, in red zone conversion rate (89.13)…tallied nine rushing yards on three carries during his junior season...carried the ball against Texas State, Boston College and Miami with his longest rush of six yards coming in the season opener against the Bobcats…recorded nine receptions for 64 yards on the year good for 7.1 yards/catch...posted multiple catches against Louisville and Georgia Tech...season-long reception of 17 yards came against the Cardinals...finished the season with a 13-yard reception against Houston in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl…fielded two kickoffs on the year with the first coming against USF…returned the second kickoff 18 yards at Wake Forest.
2014: Appeared in all 14 games with seven starts in his first year as FSU’s fullback...paved the way for Dalvin Cook to set the FSU freshman record for rushing yards (1,008) and also opened up holes for senior Karlos Williams to total 689 yards on the ground...integral part of FSU’s offense that averaged 33.7 points and 441.4 yards per game...had seven receptions for 72 yards and one score...his first career touchdown catch went for 35 yards with 2:11 left in the fourth quarter that sealed FSU’s 42-31 victory at Louisville - the biggest comeback win in school history…added one rush for no gain in 2014.
2013: True freshman appeared in games as a backup fullback and on special teams...tallied eight carries for 33 yards (4.1 ypc) and one touchdown...ran for 10 yards and a 1-yard touchdown on three carries versus Nevada...had two carries for 10 yards versus Maryland, two totes for seven yards versus Idaho and one rush for six yards against Duke in the ACC Championship Game.
PERSONAL: Entered FSU as a linebacker and enrolled at FSU in January of 2013...attended Bartow High, the same school that produced long-time Seminole assistant coach Odell Haggins...called a sure tackler who reportedly excelled in run support both inside and outside...earned a four-star ranking from PrepStar, Rivals and 247Sports...Stevenson led Bartow with 83 tackles as a senior, including six tackles for loss, four of which were sacks...chose the Seminoles from a fine list of offers including Penn State, Louisville, Texas A&M and West Virginia...a strong student who also had offers from Duke and Vanderbilt...born April 12, 1995...majoring in social science.