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Odell Beckham Jr
WR #13
Height:
5-11
Weight:
198
Age:
22
College:
LSU
Hometown:
New Orleans, LA
Experience:
R

Quick Stats (2014):

REC
91
YDS
1,305
AVG
14.3
TDS
12

Biography

TRANSACTIONS:
-    Originally a 1st round (12th pick overall) draft choice by the Giants in 2014.

GIANTS NOTES:
-    Beckham had the greatest season by a rookie wide receiver in NFL history, despite playing in only 12 games. His season totals of 91 catches for 1,305 yards and 12 touchdowns, all franchise rookie records.
TRANSACTIONS:
-    Originally a 1st round (12th pick overall) draft choice by the Giants in 2014.

GIANTS NOTES:
-    Beckham had the greatest season by a rookie wide receiver in NFL history, despite playing in only 12 games. His season totals of 91 catches for 1,305 yards and 12 touchdowns, all franchise rookie records.
-    Beckham was named the Associated Press Offensive Rookie of the Year, the 1st Giants player to be so honored in the 58-year history of the award. He was the franchise’s 1st Rookie of the Year since Hall of Fame linebacker Lawrence Taylor won the defensive award in 1981. Beckham was the 1st wide receiver to be named Offensive Rookie of the Year since 2009, when Percy Harvin, then with Minnesota, won the award.
-    Beckham was named the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month in both November and December.
-    Rookies Andre Williams and Beckham led the Giants in rushing and receiving yards, respectively. It was the 1st time rookies led the Giants in rushing and receiving yards in a full season since 1950, when Eddie Price ran for 703 yards and Bob McChesney had 380 receiving yards…The last NFL team with rookies leading in both rushing and receiving yards was the 2012 Cleveland Browns. Trent Richardson rushed for 950 yards and Josh Gordon had 805 receiving yards.
-    Beckham was the Giants’ lone representative in the Pro Bowl following the 2014 season. He was the first Giants rookie to play in the Pro Bowl since tight end Jeremy Shockey in 2002. Beckham was the team’s first wide receiver in the game since Victor Cruz in 2012. Beckham was the first Giants rookie wide receiver ever selected to the Pro Bowl. He caught 5 passes for 89 yards in the game.
-    Beckham provided the NFL season’s most spectacular moment with his now-famous leaping 1-handed touchdown catch against Dallas on Nov. 23, which made him a national sensation. The incredible catch was selected as the Bridgestone Performance Play of the Year from 20 moments voted on by NFL fans.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
-    Beckham had a spectacular rookie season, despite missing the first 4 games with a hamstring injury. He finished with 91 receptions for 1,305 yards and 12 touchdowns, all franchise rookie records. Beckham was the 1st wide receiver in NFL history to reach 1,000 yards after missing the season’s first 3 games (he missed the first 4).
-    Beckham also led the team with 21 punt returns for 171 yards (8.1-yard avg.), with a long return of 25 yards and 11 fair catches…Had 7 rushing attempts for 35 yards, with a long run of 13 yards.
-    Beckham set NFL records for most catch and yards in the first 12 games to start a career.
-    Beckham’s 91 catches were the 2nd-highest total in franchise history, topped only by Steve Smith’s 107 receptions in 2009.
-    Beckham’s 91 receptions led all NFL rookies in 2014. Miami’s Jarvis Landry, Beckham’s former LSU teammate, was 2nd with 84 catches.
-    Beckham and Landry were the 1st rookies from the same college to lead their team in receptions in the same season since the 1970 merger.
-    Beckham’s 91 receptions were tied with Denver’s Eddie Royal (2008) for the 2nd-highest total in NFL history for a rookie; Arizona’s Anquan Boldin caught 101 passes in 2003.
-    Beckham’s 1,305 yards were the 3rd-highest total in Giants history, surpassed only by Victor Cruz’s 1,536 yards in 2011 and Amani Toomer’s 1,343 yards in 2002.
-    The 1,305 yards topped all NFL rookies in 2014 and were 254 yards more than
            runner-up Mike Evans of Tampa Bay. Beckham played 3 fewer games than
            Evans.
-    Beckham’s 1,305 receiving yards surpassed Billy Howton (1,231 with Green Bay
            in 1952) for the most receiving yards in a player’s first 12 career games in NFL
            history.
      -    Beckham joined Hall of Famer Michael Irvin as the only players in NFL history
            with at least 90 receiving yards in 9 consecutive games. Irvin accomplished the
            feat in 1995.
      -    Beckham led all players in receiving yards in each of his last 6 games, the longest
            streak ever by an NFL rookie. The previous record was 4 straight games by San
            Diego’s John Jefferson in 1978.
-    In the Giants’ last 4 games, Beckham totaled 130, 143, 148 and 185 yards to become the 1st player in franchise history with 4 consecutive 100-yard games. Beckham was the 1st NFL rookie to accomplish the feat since Pittsburgh’s Jimmy Orr in 1958. The 4-game streak was not the NFL’s longest in 2014; Denver’s Demaryius Thomas had 7 consecutive 100-yard games from Oct. 5-Nov. 16.
-    Beckham totaled seven 100-yard games, the most by a rookie since Houston’s Bill Groman had 9 in 1960. The previous record for 100-yard games by a Giants rookie was 3, by Byron Williams in 1983.
-    Beckham averaged 108.8 yards a game, topping Cruz’s previous Giants record of 96.0 yards, set in 2011. Beckham’s 108.8-yard average is also an NFL rookie record, topping the old mark of 105.2 set by Groman in 1960.
-    Beckham was just the 4th player in franchise history with at least 12 touchdown receptions in a season. Homer Jones set the record with 13 in 1967. Plaxico Burress (2007) and Del Shofner (1962) also had 12.
-    Beckham and Evans each had 12 touchdown catches, the highest total by an NFL rookie since Minnesota’s Randy Moss had 17 in 1998.
-    Beckham’s 12 touchdown catches were a Giants rookie record and he tied the franchise total rookie touchdown mark set in 1943 by Bill Paschal (10 rushing, two receiving).
-    Beckham scored 2 or more touchdowns in 4 games, the most multiple-touchdown games by a Giants player since Brandon Jacobs had 5 in 2008.
-    Beckham scored seven touchdowns in the season’s final 4 games, the highest 4-game total by a Giants player since Joe Morris scored 10 from Dec. 1-21, 1985.
-    In November, Beckham set Giants records with for receptions (31) and receiving
      yards (503) in one calendar month. He then broke both records in a nearly
      unprecedented December, when he caught 43 passes for 606 yards. Only 2 other
      players in NFL history gained at least 600 receiving yards in December of 1
      season, and all of them did it in the previous 3 years: Detroit’s Calvin Johnson in
     2012 (707) and Cleveland’s Josh Gordon in 2013 (658).
       -   Beckham also set an NFL record for receiving yards by a rookie in one calendar
           month, December or otherwise. The previous mark was 596 yards by Groman,
           which had stood since November 1960. After Groman held the record for 54 years,
           Beckham fell 3 yards short of tying the mark in November before breaking it in
           December. The only other players to post back-to-back months of 500 or more
           receiving yards in one season were Calvin Johnson and Andre Johnson (both in
           2012).
       -   Beckham had the league’s highest receiving yardage totals in Week 15 (143
           vs. Washington) and Week 16 (148 at St. Louis). The only other NFL rookie
           to lead the league in consecutive weeks was Philadelphia’s Joe Don Looney, who
           had a streak of 3 consecutive weeks in September 1940. Beckham ranked 2nd in
           receiving yards in Week 17 with a Giants rookie-record 185 vs. Philadelphia. The
           Jets’ Eric Decker had 221 yards on 10 receptions.
-    Beckham had at least 10 catches in a game 4 times, the 1st rookie in NFL history to do that. Pittsburgh’s Antonio Brown also had four 10-catch games in 2014. Only 5 players have had 10 or more receptions in 2 games during their rookie seasons, and two of them are Giants. In addition to Beckham, they are LaDainian Tomlinson (2001), Giants tight end Jeremy Shockey (2002), Anquan Boldin (2003) and Marques Colston (2006).
-    Beckham had 4 games in which he caught at least 10 passes and gained at least 130 yards. No other rookie in NFL history has even 2 such games.
-    Beckham was the 1st rookie in NFL history with at least 130 receiving yards and a touchdown catch in each of 4 consecutive games.
-    In the Giants’ final 2 games – at St. Louis and vs. Philadelphia – Beckham had touchdown receptions 80 and 63 yards. He was the 1st Giants player to have a touchdown catch of at least 63 yards in consecutive games since Cruz on Dec. 24, 2011 and Jan. 1, 2012. Beckham was the 1st NFL rookie with such long touchdown catches in back-to-back games since Cincinnati’s Isaac Curtis on Dec. 9 and 16, 1973 (70 and 77 yards). Since 1973, rookie receivers Jerry Butler (1979) and Eddie Kennison (1996) had 2 long touchdowns in one game, but not back-to-back contests.
-    Beckham’s 1,043 receiving yards over the final 8 games were the 4th-most ever in the 2nd half of a season. The top 3 are Calvin Johnson 1,197 (2012), Jerry Rice 1,083 (1995) and Josh Gordon 1,064 (2013).
-    Beckham was named the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month in both November and December. He was the 1st Giants player to win the award twice and just the 2nd wide receiver to be so honored; Arizona’s Boldin was twice named Offensive Rookie of the Month in 2003. But Beckham was the 1st wide receiver to be honored in consecutive months.
-    The Offensive Rookie of the Month Award was won by a wide receiver in all 4 months of the 2014 season. Carolina’s Kevin Benjamin (September) and Buffalo’s Calvin Watkins (October) were the other winners.
-    After missing the first 4 games with a hamstring injury, Beckham made his NFL debut in MetLife Stadium vs. Atlanta (10/5). He tied fellow LSU alum Rueben Randle with a team-high 4 receptions, for 44 yards, including the go-ahead 15-yard touchdown with 10:02 remaining. Beckham was the last of the NFL’s 32 first-round draft choices to play in a game in 2014.
-    Beckham was the 1st player since Don Herrmann on Sept. 21, 1969 to score a game-winning, 4th-quarter touchdown for the Giants in his NFL debut. Herrmann caught a 10-yard pass with 59 seconds remaining to defeat Minnesota in Yankee Stadium, 24-23.
-    In addition to Beckham’s touchdown, rookie running back Andre Williams scored on a 3-yard run. They were the 1st Giants rookies to score touchdowns by receiving and rushing, respectively, in the same game since George Adams and Mark Bavaro did it twice in 1985: Oct. 20, 1985: Adams scored on a 2-yard run, Bavaro on a 29-yard reception in 17-3 in over Washington; Nov. 24, 1985: Adams scored on a 37-yard run, Bavaro on a 12-yard reception in 34-3 win over the Cardinals in St. Louis.
-    Beckham started for the first time at Dallas (10/19) and had 4 receptions for 34 yards, including touchdowns of 9 and 5 five yards. He was the 1st Giants player to score exactly 2 touchdowns in a game since Brandon Jacobs rushed for 2 scores at Chicago on Oct. 10, 2013. Randle had been the last Giant to catch 2 touchdown passes in a game, on Oct. 6, 2013 vs. Philadelphia. Tight end Larry Donnell had 3 touchdown receptions at Washington (9/25).
-    Beckham was the 1st Giants rookie with at least 3 receiving touchdowns through his first 3 games since Bobby Johnson in 1984.
-    In Dallas, Beckham’s 1st career rushing attempt gained 13 yards on the opening play of the 2nd quarter. He also returned 2 punts for 21 yards,
-    Beckham caught 8 passes for 156 yards vs. Indianapolis (11/3), his 1st career 100-yard game. That total included a 59-yard catch.
-    At Seattle (11/9), Beckham caught 7 passes for 108 yards, his 2nd consecutive 100-yard game.
-    Against San Francisco (11/16), Beckham finished 7 yards shy of his 3rd consecutive 100-yard game, catching 6 passes for 93 yards, including a 37-yarder that gave the Giants a 1st down at the San Francisco 4-yard line late in the 4th quarter.
-    Beckham had 10 receptions for 146 yards and two touchdowns vs. Dallas (11/23). He was the first Giants player to score 2 touchdowns in a game since…Beckham, at Dallas on Oct. 19, when he caught scoring passes of 9 and 5 yards.
-    Beckham closed the month with 7 catches for 90 yards at Jacksonville (11/30).
-    Beckham led the NFL with 593 receiving yards in November. He had 38 catches in the month, the 2nd-most in the league behind Denver’s Demaryius Thomas’ 41, and the most by a rookie.
-    Beckham had at least 90 receiving yards in every game during November and was the 1st rookie in NFL history with at least 90 receiving yards in 5 games in a calendar month.
-    Beckham had three 100-yard games in November and averaged an NFL-best 118.6 yards per game.
-    His 38 catches and 593 receiving yards were both the most ever by a Giant in a calendar month – until he broke both marks in December.
-    Beckham had at least 6 catches in every November game and Beckham and Thomas were the only 2 players in the NFL to have at least 6 receptions in 5 games during the month.
-    Beckham joined Hakeem Nicks (October 2009) as the only wide receivers in franchise history to be named NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month.
-    Beckham had 11 catches for 130 yards at Tennessee (12/7) where he became the 2nd rookie in NFL history with at least 700 receiving yards in a 6-game span (he had 723). The other was the Groman in 1960.
-    Against the Titans, Beckham threw a long pass to Randle on the Giants’ 1st offensive series, but the receiver was double covered and it fell incomplete. It was the 1st pass thrown by a Giants wide receiver since Sept. 21, 1998, when Amani Toomer threw 1 at St. Louis. It was also incomplete.
-    Beckham’s 11 catches at Tennessee increased his 6-game total to 49 receptions, the highest total in a 6-game span by a rookie in NFL history. Beckham shattered the previous record of 42, set by…Odell Beckham Jr., in the 6 games prior to the victory over the Titans.
-    Beckham was both the 1st Giants player ever and the 1st rookie in NFL history with 6 consecutive games with 90 or more receiving yards.
-    In addition to his 11 receptions vs. the Titans, Beckham had a 9-yard run and threw a pass. He was the 1st Giants player to catch, run and throw in the same game since Dec. 24, 2005, when Tiki Barber rushed for 80 yards, caught 6 passes and, like Beckham, threw an incomplete pass.
-    In that game, Beckham didn’t just catch, run and throw. He also returned 4 punts for 49 yards. The last Giant to do all 4 in a game was David Meggett on Nov. 21, 1994. The coincidence is that was the last game before Dec. 7 in which the Giants defeated the Oilers/Titans franchise. It was also the last time the Giants played a game with a 7-game losing streak against a team with a 6-game losing streak. To end both the 7-game and 20-year streaks, they needed a multi-dimensional performer. In the 13-10 victory in the Astrodome, Meggett rushed for 17 yards, caught 1 pass, threw an incompletion and returned 2 punts. He had 45 all-purpose yards. Beckham had 188.
-    In Tennessee, Andre Williams rushed for 131 yards while Beckham had 130 receiving yards. It was the 1st time in Giants history the team had rookies with 100 rushing yards and 100 receiving yards in the same game. The Giants were the 1st team in NFL history to have rookies with at least 130 rushing and receiving yards in the same game.
-    Against Washington (12/14), Beckham caught 12 passes for 143 yards and scored all 3 of the Giants’ touchdowns. The 12 receptions were the most ever by a Giants rookie wide receiver (he tied that mark 2 weeks later). Beckham had set the record the previous week with 11 receptions at Tennessee. The 12 receptions tied the record for all Giants rookies set by tight end Mark Bavaro at Cincinnati on Oct. 13, 1985.
-    Beckham became both the 1st Giant and the 1st NFL rookie with at least 12 catches, 140 receiving yards and 3 touchdown catches in a game. The last NFL player to match and/or exceed those numbers had been Kansas City’s Dwayne Bowe, who had 13 catches, 170 yards and 3 scores in a victory at Seattle on Nov. 28, 2010.
-    While Beckham had 12 receptions vs. Washington, the other 7 Giants to catch passes totaled 11 receptions.
-    Beckham’s 12 receptions tied the highest total by a wide receiver in franchise history and was the 6th time a Giants player caught at least 12 passes in a game. Hakeem Nicks had been the last to accomplish the feat, with 12 receptions at Houston on Oct. 10, 2010. Toomer was the only other Giants wideout with 12 catches in a game (Sept. 17, 2006 in an overtime victory in Philadelphia). Bavaro and tight end Jeremy Shockey were the others. Running back Tiki Barber owns the team record with 13 catches at Dallas on Jan. 2, 2000.
-    Beckham increased his season receiving yardage total to 972, a Giants rookie record. The old mark of 894 was set by Shockey in 2002. Beckham broke the record in 10 games; Shockey played in 15 games in his debut season.
-    Beckham was the 1st rookie in Giants history to catch 3 touchdown passes in a game. The last Giants rookie to score 3 times in a game had been David Wilson, who rushed for 2 touchdowns and returned a kickoff for another against New Orleans on Dec. 9, 2012.
-    Beckham became the 1st rookie with three touchdown catches in a game since Detroit tight end Joseph Fauria had 3 at Cleveland on Oct. 13, 2013.

-    Beckham had 23 combined receptions vs. Tennessee and Washington, the highest 2-game total in Giants history. The previous record belonged to Barber, who had 21 catches (8 vs. Minnesota on Dec. 26, 1999 and a team-record 13 at Dallas on Jan. 2, 2000).
-    In a 37-27 victory at St. Louis (12/21), Beckham had 8 catches for 148 yards and 2 touchdowns, including an 80-yarder, while Rueben Randle added 6 receptions for a career-high 132 yards and a touchdown. It was the 1st time the Giants had multiple 100-yard receivers since Sept. 8, 2013, when they had a franchise-record 3 at Dallas (Victor Cruz, 119; Hakeem Nicks, 114; and Randle, 101).
-    Beckham’s 8 receptions increased his season total to 79, the most in NFL history for a player in his first 11 career games.
-    Beckham’s 79 receptions were a Giants rookie record. He broke the former mark held by Shockey, who caught 74 passes in 2002.
-    Beckham was the 11th different Giants player with at least 1,000 receiving yards in a season. Those 11 players have accomplished the feat a total of 22 times.
-    Beckham’s 2 touchdowns in St. Louis increased his season total to 11, which broke Bill Swiacki’s Giants rookie record for scoring receptions, which had stood since 1948 (when Swiacki caught 10).
-    Beckham’s 80-yard touchdown reception in the 3rd quarter was the Giants’ longest play from scrimmage since Sept. 16, 2012, when Manning and Cruz hooked up for an 80-yard touchdown pass.
-    Beckham’s 80-yard score was the longest-ever reception by a Giants rookie. The previous long was a 78-yarder by Harry Newman in 1933.
-    Beckham and running back Andre Williams (110 rushing yards) and Beckham each exceeded 100 yards in the same game for the 2nd time. Before 2014, Giants rookies had not had 100 rushing and 100 receiving yards in the same game even once.
-    In St. Louis, Beckham had 148 receiving yards and Randle, his former LSU teammate, added 132. It was the first time 2 players from the same team and the same college each had at least 100 receiving yards in same game since Sept. 23, 2007, when Oregon State’s and the Cincinnati Bengals’ T.J. Houshmandzadeh (141) and Chad Johnson (138) did it.
-    Beckham concluded his extraordinary rookie season with 12 catches for 185 yards and a touchdown vs. Philadelphia (12/28). It was his second 12-catch game of the season. Beckham was the 1st rookie in NFL history and the 1st Giants player with two 12-catch games in a season.
-    Beckham was also the 1st NFL rookie with 4 consecutive games with at least 130 receiving yards and a touchdown. He was the 1st rookie with three.
-    Beckham’s 185 yards established a Giants rookie record. The former record of 176 was set by tight end Mark Bavaro at Cincinnati on Oct. 13, 1985. The team rookie wide receiver record had been 169 yards, set by Earnest Gray vs. San Francisco on Oct. 14, 1979.
-    Beckham and Randle each exceeded 100 yards in the final 2 games, the 1st time the Giants had two 100-yard receivers in back-to-back games since Oct. 6 (Lionel Manuel/Bobby Johnson) and Oct. 13 (Manuel/Bavaro), 1985.
-    Beckham was named the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month in December, the 2nd month in a row he received the award. He was the 1st Giants player to win the award twice and just the 2nd wide receiver to be so honored; Arizona’s Anquan Boldin was twice named Offensive Rookie of the Month in 2003. But Beckham was the 1st wide receiver to be honored in consecutive months.
-    Beckham led the NFL in receptions (43), receiving yards (606) and touchdown catches (7) in December.
-    His 606 receiving yards were the most by a rookie in any calendar month in NFL history.
-    Beckham was the 3rd player – and only rookie – to gain at least 600 receiving yards in a single December, joining Calvin Johnson (707 in 2012) and Josh Gordon (658 in 2013). Both Johnson and Gordon played 5 December games while Beckham played in 4.
-    Beckham had at least 8 catches, 130 yards and a touchdown in all 4 December games.
-    In each of his last 6 games, Beckham led all players in receiving yards. That is the longest such streak by a rookie in NFL history.
-    Beckham led the NFL with 593 receiving yards in November and joined Calvin Johnson (2012) and Andre Johnson (2012) as the only players in NFL history with back-to-back months with at least 500 receiving yards. Beckham is the only rookie to accomplish the feat.
-    Beckham (91) and Randle (71) became the first Giants duo to record at least 70 receptions each since 2011 (Cruz 82 and Hakeem Nicks, 76).

COLLEGE:
-    In three years at LSU, Beckham played in 40 games with 34 starts at split end and recorded 143 receptions for 2,340 yards (16.4-yard avg.) and 12 touchdowns…Returned 42 kickoffs for 1,044 yards (24.9-yard avg.) and 62 punts for 557 yards (9.0-yard avg.) with 2 scores…Added 77 yards on 7 carries…Attempted 1 pass, assisted on a tackle and recovered a fumble in the end zone for a touchdown…Beckham ranked 7th in school history with 2,340 yards receiving and his 143 catches placed him 9th…His 1,044 kickoff return yards were the 6th-highest total in school history, while his 557 punt return yards ranked 10th…Finished 5th on the all-time chart with 4,118 all-purpose yards… Beckham never missed game action due to an injury…In 2013, Beckham started all 13 games and compiled career-high totals of 59 receptions for 1,152 yards and 8 touchdowns…Won the Paul Hornung Award, given annually to the nation’s most versatile player by the Louisville Sports Commission…Biletnikoff Award semifinalist…First-team All-Southeastern Conference selection by the league’s coaches and the Associated Press…Named the SEC’s Special Teams Player of the Week vs. Alabama-Birmingham and the named to the Hornung Award Honor Roll vs. UAB, Texas Christian and Mississippi State…Beckham (1,152 yards) and Jarvis Landry (1,193 yards) became the 1st pair of Tigers receivers with 1,000 receiving yards in the same season…It was just the 3rd time in Southeastern Conference history that 2 teammates had 1,000 receiving yards in the same season, joining Florida’s Ike Hilliard (1,008) and Chris Doering (1,045) in 1995 and Florida’s Jabar Gaffney (1,191) and Reche Caldwell (1,059) in 2001…LSU was the 1st team in SEC history to feature a 3,000-yard passer (Zach Mettenberger – 3,082 yards), two 1,000-yard receivers (Beckham and Landry) and a 1,000-yard running back (Jeremy Hill – 1,401 yards) in the same season…Beckham’s 1,152 yards was the 4th-best total in school history, and his average of 19.5 yards per catch was the 3rd-highest recorded by a Tiger in a season…Added 58 yards on 5 carries and ranked 3rd in the SEC while placing 20th in the nation with a school record-tying 32 kickoff returns for 845 yards (2nd on the school season-record chart)…In 2012, started 12 games at split end and led the team with 713 receiving yards and placed 2nd with 43 receptions (16.6-yard avg.) with 2 touchdowns…in 2011, Beckham earned freshman All-Southeastern Conference honors after catching 41 passes for 475 yards and 2 touchdowns…Ranked 2nd on the team in both receptions and receiving yards and 20 of his 41 catches resulted in a 1st down…Played in all 14 games with 9 starts.

OFF-THE-FIELD ACTIVITY:
-    Visited pediatric patients at Hackensack University Medical Center for the Giants’ Rookie Halloween Party.

PERSONAL:
-    Beckham attended Isidore Newman High School in New Orleans, the alma mater of Giants quarterback Eli Manning…Joined Manning’s oldest brother, Cooper, as the only players in Newman history to break the 1,000-yard receiving mark in a season as he had 50 receptions for 1,010 yards and 19 touchdowns as a senior…Demonstrated his versatility in 2010, when he rushed for 331 yards and 6 scores, passed for 90 yards and another touchdown and returned 2 punts for scores…On defense he intercepted 4 passes…As a junior, Beckham caught 45 passes for 743 yards and 10 touchdowns…Also posted 123 rushing yards and 3 scores on 14 carries as a junior…The U.S. Army All-American Bowl participant (West Roster) was also named to the Press-Register Super Southeast 120 and Times Picayune 2011 Blue-Chip lists along with earning a spot on The Advocate’s Super Dozen…A Prep Star All America, Beckham was named to the Louisiana 2A All-State first team as a wide receiver and also earned District 9-2A Offensive MVP honors…Human Movement Fitness major at LSU…Father, Odell Beckham Sr., played running back at LSU from 1989-92. His dad played in 28 games with 9 starts and rushed for 757 yards and 7 touchdowns in his career…Mother, Heather Van Norman, was an All-American track runner at LSU from 1991-93 during which time she helped lead the Lady Tigers to 5 national championships. Van Norman was a member of 2 NCAA Indoor titles in 1991 and 1993 and 3 straight NCAA Outdoor titles from 1991-93. She left LSU as a 6-time All-America and captured 3 individual NCAA titles as a member of LSU’s relay teams during her senior season in 1993.
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 91 1,305 14.3 80 12 7 35 5 13 0 1 1
2014 NYG 12 11 91 1,305 14.3 80T 12 7 35 5 13 0 1 1
Recent Games
WKOppResultReceivingRushingFumbles
RecYdsAvgLngTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
1 @DET L 14-35 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2 ARI L 14-25 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 HOU W 30-17 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
4 @WAS W 45-14 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
5 ATL W 30-20 4 44 11 15 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
6 @PHI L 0-27 2 28 14 18 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
7 @DAL L 21-31 4 34 8.5 11 2 1 13 13 13 0 -- --
9 IND L 24-40 8 156 19.5 59 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
10 @SEA L 17-38 7 108 15.4 44 0 1 11 11 11 0 -- --
11 SF L 10-16 6 93 15.5 37 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
12 DAL L 28-31 10 146 14.6 43 2 1 -2 -2 -2 0 -- --
13 @JAC L 24-25 7 90 12.9 29 0 1 4 4 4 0 -- --
14 @TEN W 36-7 11 130 11.8 50 1 1 9 9 9 0 -- --
15 WAS W 24-13 12 143 11.9 35 3 1 0 -- 0 0 1 1
16 @STL W 37-27 8 148 18.5 80 2 1 0 -- 0 0 -- --
17 PHI L 26-34 12 185 15.4 63 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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