2018 NFL Draft

Steve Beauharnais, ILB

School: Rutgers  |  Conference: BIGE
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Saddle Brook, NJ
Height/Weight: 6-1 / 240 lbs.
Projected Ranking
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03/28/2013 - 2013 Rutgers Pro Day: Steve Beauharnais, LB (6-foot-1 1/4, 234 pounds) - Beauharnais ran the 40-yard dash in 4.67 and 4.71 seconds, and had a 36-inch vertical jump. He then stood on the rest of his numbers from the NFL Scouting Combine. Beauharnais had a good position workout; he's very athletic and fluid. - Gil Brandt, NFL.com

12/28/2012 - Scouting the Rutgers run defense: Rutgers spent most of the season among the top rushing defenses in the league but seemed to wear down over the final month. Still, it gives up just 111 rushing yards per game, and it's tough to consistently grind down the field against the Scarlet Knights. Khaseem Greene, Scott Vallone, Steve Beuharnais and Jamal Merrell anchor the defensive front seven, and Greene in particular is one of the best defensive players in the country. - The Sports Xchange

07/18/2012 - 2012 BUTKUS AWARD PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Steve Beauharnais, Rutgers, has been selected to the Preseason Butkus Award Watch List for the 2012 college football season, presented to the top linebacker in college football by the Butkus Foundation. Beauharnais has played in every game of his three-year career, ranking second on the squad with 77 tackles in 2011. He led RU with 16.0 tackles-for-loss, with his 1.25 tackle-for-loss per game average ranking in a tie for 32nd nationally. Beauharnais is a Preseason All-BIG EAST selection by Athlon and Phil Steele. - Rutgers football

06/29/2012 - Top-five Rutgers prospects for the 2013 NFL Draft: 3. ILB Steve Beauharnais (6-2, 235)...Considering the fact that Greene earned the Big East's co-Defensive Player of the Year a season ago, it is easy to understand why he earned top-billing throughout the year. However, in the eyes of some scouts, the better pro prospect could prove to be one of the Scarlet Knights' "other" linebackers -- Steve Beauharnais (pronounced bo-HAR-ness). Unlike Greene, who is best suited to the weakside or WILL position in the 4-3 alignment, Beauharnais has the size and physicality to play in either scheme, inside or out. In terms of total tackles, his statistics last season (77) weren't jaw-dropping in comparison to other highly regarded inside linebackers throughout the country but a closer look reveals Beauharnais' versatility (11 tackles for loss, including five sacks) and instincts in coverage (three interceptions). Possessing the fiery leadership and short, squatty frame well suited to remaining inside in the NFL, Beauharnais could surprise as a top 100 candidate in April should his steady play continue in 2012. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com