Scouting Report: Stacey Bedell, RB, Stony Brook

Number: #21 | Hometown: Mastic Beach, NY | Birthdate: 12/01/94 | Height: 5090 | Weight: 195 | Forty: 4.39 | Vertical: 34.5″ | Broad: 10′ | Shuttle: 3.97 | Pro Day: March 26 | Combine: No | Trainer: Parabolic Performance | Twitter: @LightsOutBedell


One of the fastest players timed during the pro day circuit, he registered in the mid 4.4’s at his workout on March 26th at Stony Brook. A sixth-year senior, who has experienced a roller coaster of ups and downs throughout his collegiate career, accompanied by numerous accomplishments, a transfer and two medical redshirt seasons. In 2012, he suffered a broken collarbone two games into the season, ending his freshman year prematurely. He would bounce back in 2013, with strong performances against Kansas State (81 rushing yards) and Wisconsin (70 rushing yards). Following that season, he wanted to play closer to home and decided to transfer from UMass to Stony Brook. His Seawolves career began with a bang, as he rushed for over 1,000 yards in 2014. The following season, he would endure a season-ending shoulder injury. He has since made a conscious effort to get stronger and finished his final two seasons healthy, while being named a two-time team captain. In total, he would go on to wrap up his Stony Brook career with 3,036 rushing yards on 562 carries, averaging 5.4 yards per carry and scoring 31 touchdowns in 38 games. On film, this is an explosive runner with quickness and acceleration, to go along with quick change of direction ability. Will need to improve upon his pass protection and ball catching abilities, he finished with just four career receptions—an area of his game that wasn’t utilized much. His hands have not been an issue during the NFL Draft preparation, as he has been working with former NFL running back Brian Leonard at Parabolic Performance leading up to the draft. He has also been training with current Lions fullback Michael Burton to help enhance his pass blocking techniques. He possesses next level speed and could be an excellent change of pace ‘slasher’ back in a running back by committee system.


2017: Played 13 games, collected 835 rushing yards and eight touchdowns on 159 carries, averaging 5.3 yards per carry. Had three receptions for 17 yards. Had 21 carries for 104 rushing yards vs William & Mary, ran for 157 yards on 19 carries against New Hampshire.

2016: Earned third team All-CAA Football…selected as a team captain…Played in 10 games with nine starts at RB…Collected 698 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns on 152 carries…Completed the season ranked among the top 10 in several of Stony Brook’s career rushing records – second in career 100 yard games (12), third in career touchdowns (23), fifth in career carries (403) and seventh in career rushing yards (2119)…Had four 100-yard rushing games, including 100 yards and a career-high four touchdowns in the win over No. 2 Richmond (9/17)…Was named the CAA Football Offensive Player of the Week for his efforts against the Spiders…Had 125 yards and two touchdowns in the win at Towson (10/8)…Gained 138 yards in the victory over Rhode Island (10/5)…Collected 120 yards and two touchdowns in the win at Delaware (10/22).

2015: Played in three games before suffereing a season-ending injury during the game at William & Mary (9/26)…named CAA Football Offensive Player of the Week after his 22 carries for 133 yards and three touchdowns against CCSU (9/12)…returned the next week to post 193 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries in the victory over No. 13 UNH (9/19)…had a total of 50 carries for 351 yards and four touchdowns.

2014: Played in 11 games, starting nine … second team All-CAA Football … 1,070 yards and nine touchdowns … seventh different player in school history to rush for 1,000 yards in a season … rushed for 76 yards at Albany (11/22) … totaled a career-high 195 yards and two touchdowns vs. Rhode Island (11/15) … rushed for 49 yards vs. James Madison (11/8) … registered 53 yards and a touchdown at New Hampshire (10/25) … ran a career-high 25 times for 118 yards and a touchdown at Elon (10/18) … totaled 127 rushing yards and a touchdown vs. Maine (10/11) … rushed for 51 yards and a touchdown at Towson (10/4) … recorded 102 yards and a touchdown vs. William & Mary (9/27) … DNP at North Dakota (9/20) … rushed for career-highs of 130 yards and two touchdowns vs. American International (9/13) … accounted for 86 yards, 53 on the ground, at Connecticut (9/6) … rushed for 116 yards and totaled 62 kick-return yards vs. Bryant (8/28).

UMass: Spent two seasons at the University of Massachusetts … played in two games as a true freshman before suffering a season-ending injury in 2012 … 301 rushing yards and a touchdown in 2013 … totaled 81 yards and a TD at Kansas State and 70 yards vs. Wisconsin.

High School: A 2012 graduate of William Floyd High School … co-Hansen Award winner, given to Suffolk County’s Most Outstanding Player … first team All-Suffolk County, All-Long Island and All-State as a senior … rushed for 2,562 yards, the fifth most in Long Island history, and 39 touchdowns as a senior … 412 yards and four touchdowns in the Long Island Championship game vs. East Meadow.

Personal: Stacey James Bedell … born December 1, 1994 in Mastic Beach, New York … son of Stacey Bedell and Regina Goode … brother of Eric Lopez and Stacia Bedell.


Attempts: 27, vs. Bryant (8/28/14)
Yards: 195, vs. Rhode Island (11/15/14)
Touchdowns: 4, vs. Richmond (9/17/16)
Long: 75, vs. Rhode Island (11/15/14)

Attempts: 2, vs. Maine (9/7/13); vs. Miami (Ohio) (10/12/13)
Yards: 52, vs. Maine (9/7/13)
Long: 47, vs. Maine (9/7/13)



Stony Brook

Career Rushing Statistics
Career Rushing Statistics
2014 11 201 1070 9 75 5.3 97.3
2015 3 50 351 4 57 7.0 117.0
2016 10 152 698 10 50 4.6 69.8
2017 13 159 835 8 63 5.3 64.2
Total 37 562 2954 31 75 5.3 79.8
Career Receiving Statistics
Career Receiving Statistics
2014 11 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2015 3 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2016 10 1 5 0 5 0.1 5.0 0.5
2017 13 3 17 0 10 0.2 5.7 1.3
Total 37 4 22 0 10 0.1 5.5 0.6
Career Scoring Statistics
Career Scoring Statistics
2014 11 9 9 0 0 0 0 0 54 4.9
2015 3 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 24 8.0
2016 10 10 10 0 0 0 0 0 60 6.0
2017 13 8 8 0 0 0 0 0 48 3.7
Total 37 31 31 0 0 0 0 0 186 5.0

Author: Rick Serritella

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