Data Scout Notes: 2013: NA...2012: HMC...2011: HMC
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Draft Scout Ryan Hewitt News
05/13/14 - Bengals CFA class: Ryan Hewitt, TE, Stanford 6-4, 246: Already comes in as versatile after playing tight end, fullback, and H-Back in pro offense….Good hands, smart route runner… Has been compared to former Cowboy Moose Johnston…Caught 34 balls and five TDs from Andrew Luck as sophomore in 2011….Finished career with 59 catches…Hometown is Denver, Colo. - Geoff Hobson, Bengals.com
08/13/13 - OTHER STANFORD PROSPECTS WORTH WATCHING: FB Ryan Hewitt (6-3, 245, 4.76)...A highly versatile player whose length and sure hands make him an effective receiver, Hewitt demonstrated the ability to provide some pop as a lead blocker and occasional interior runner in 2012. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
11/29/12 - 2012 ALL-PAC-12 HONORABLE MENTION: RB Ryan Hewitt, Sr.,...has been selected All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention for the 2012 college football season. - Stanford football
09/16/12 - FB Ryan Hewitt returned to action after missing the first two games because of an ankle injury. He had two rushes for six yards and one reception for 11 yards. Plus, he was the lead blocker on many of Stepfan Taylor's runs.
09/15/12 - Stanford FB Ryan Hewitt is expected to play against USC after missing the first two games because of an ankle injury. Although you don't hear much about Hewitt, he is an important part of the Cardinal offense. He's a clutch runner when needed, a good blocker and an excellent receiver, catching 35 passes last season, tied for third on the team. Five of those receptions went for touchdowns. Stanford often puts him in motion to act much like a tight end, both as a receiver and blocker. He is really more of an H-back than a true fullback. - The Sports Xchange