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Raam Stevenson should bring pass rush help to WSU

He’ll likely play Edge in Jake Dickert’s 4-2-5.

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Raam Stevenson Jr., a defensive end, committed to the Washington State Cougars back in August and is considered a strong three-star prospect by 247 Sports. Listed at 6-foot-3 and 200 pounds, he’s being recruited to bolster the pass rush.

Stevenson — who hails from Mansfield Timberview High School in Arlington, Texas — also held Power 5 offers from Arizona State, Utah, Baylor, Kansas, and Kansas State. His primary recruiter at WSU was defensive line coach Ricky Logo.

Stevenson is ranked in the top 60 of weakside defensive ends in the country by 247 Sports and ranks as the No. 146 prospect in the talent-rich state of Texas. Those curious about his athleticism would do well to note that he also competes in hurdles and high jump in track.

Here’s a look at his junior season highlights:

Stevenson is one of a number of players projected to help the pass rush in this class, as he is expected to play the Edge position in defensive coordinator Jake Dickert’s 4-2-5 scheme.