On their roster is wide receiver Marquez Stevenson of the National Football League’s Buffalo Bills. 82 kg and 1.78 meters tall describe him. In the American city of Shreveport, Louisiana, he was born on March 26, 1998. He went to Shreveport, Louisiana’s Northwood High School. He pledged that he will participate in the University of Houston’s football program.
For the Houston Cougars of the University of Houston, he participated in NCAA Division I FBS football. Stevenson participated in two games for Houston in 2016 as a true freshman. Even though he didn’t register a catch, a hook-and-ladder play netted him 36 receiving yards. He suffered an ACL tear in 2017, which prevented him from playing.
He led the team in receptions in 2018 with 75 for 1,019 yards and nine touchdowns after fully recovering from the injury. With 52 receptions for 907 yards and nine touchdowns as a junior in 2019, he once again served as the team’s leader. He declined to enter the 2020 NFL Draft, instead opting to finish his senior year at Houston. He took part in the 2021 Senior Bowl following the completion of his senior year.
Who drafted Marquez Stevenson?
Marquez Stevenson was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the sixth round of the 2021 NFL Draft. He agreed to a four-year rookie contract with them in May 2021.