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Odell Beckham Jr
WR #13
Height:
5-11
Weight:
198
Age:
21
College:
LSU
Hometown:
New Orleans, LA
Experience:
R

Quick Stats (2014):

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Biography

CAREER NOTES:
-    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…Among active NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision performers, Beckham ranks 11th with an average gain of 16.36 yards per reception, 9th with 557 punt return yards and 5th with two punt returns for scores…His total of 62 punt returns were 3rd-best among active players…Beckham ranks 7th in school history with 2,340 yards receiving and his 143 catches placed him 9th…His 1,044 kickoff return yards are the 6th-highest total in school history, while his 557 punt return yards rank 10th…Finished 5th on the all-time chart with 4,118 all-purpose yards… Beckham never missed game action due to an injury.
CAREER NOTES:
-    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…Among active NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision performers, Beckham ranks 11th with an average gain of 16.36 yards per reception, 9th with 557 punt return yards and 5th with two punt returns for scores…His total of 62 punt returns were 3rd-best among active players…Beckham ranks 7th in school history with 2,340 yards receiving and his 143 catches placed him 9th…His 1,044 kickoff return yards are the 6th-highest total in school history, while his 557 punt return yards rank 10th…Finished 5th on the all-time chart with 4,118 all-purpose yards… Beckham never missed game action due to an injury.

2013 SEASON:
-    Started all 13 games for the Tigers 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 19.53 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)…His average of 26.4 yards was the 3rd-best ever by an SEC performer in a season (minimum of 30 runbacks)…Added 160 yards on 18 punt returns, as his average of 8.9 yards ranked 3rd in the league…Also recovered a fumble in the end zone for a touchdown…Was 2nd in the nation with 2,315 all-purpose yards, which was the school single-season record and ranked 3rd in SEC history.
-    Became the 10th player in LSU history to reach the 2,000-yard career receiving mark after he racked up 204 yards and 2 touchdowns on 6 catches vs. Furman, as he also became the 8th player in school annals to record a 200-yard receiving game…His 204-yard performance vs. Furman was the 6th-highest total in school annals and was the 1st for LSU since Devery Henderson had 201 in 2002 vs. Kentucky…Caught a career-high 9 passes for 179 yards at Mississippi State, including 33 and 14-yard touchdowns. The 179 receiving yards were the most by a Tiger in an SEC game since Henderson had 201 at Kentucky in 2002. Beckham finished with 290 all-purpose yards at MSU, the 6th-best single-game total in school history...Tallied his third 100-yard receiving game of the season with 6 catches for 118 yards at Georgia, where he set the school record with 175 kickoff return yards on 7 runbacks, beating the previous record of 164 yards by Trindon Holliday vs. Georgia in 2008...Caught 5 passes for 59 yards and finished with 88 all-purpose yards vs. Auburn...Caught his 4th touchdown reception of the season and finished with 5 grabs for 76 yards vs. Kent State...Earned SEC Special Teams Player of the Week honors after he had the 3rd-most all-purpose yards in a game in school history and 8th-most in SEC history with 331 vs. Alabama-Birmingham - 136 receiving yards, 100 on a missed 59-yard field goal attempt he returned for a touchdown, 59 punt return yards, 21 on a kickoff and 15 on a rushing attempt…Was the 1st LSU player since LaBrandon Toefield in 2001 to score 4 touchdowns in a game (3 receptions, 1 missed field goal return) vs. UAB. He was also the 1st LSU player with back-to-back 100-yard receiving games since Dwayne Bowe did it in 2006. His 3 touchdown receptions vs. UAB were the most since Terrence Toliver had 3 vs. Texas A&M in the 2011 Cotton Bowl...Totaled 272 all-purpose yards vs. Texas Christian in the Cowboys Classic, where he caught 5 passes for 118 yards, recorded 136 yards on kickoffs and had 18 rushing yards. His 118 receiving yards are the most in an opener for LSU since Michael Clayton had 152 to open 2003…In the season opener, he teamed with Landry to become the first LSU duo to top 100 receiving yards in the same game since Jan. 1, 2002, when Josh Reed and Clayton did it in the Sugar Bowl vs. Illinois.

2012 SEASON:
-    Beckham 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…Returned 5 kickoffs for 79 yards and 35 punts (6th-highest total in a season by a Tiger) for 320 yards (9.1-yard avg.) and 2 touchdowns…Led SEC in punt returns, ranked 4th in punt return yards and 7th in yards per return…Had two 100-yard receiving games – 5 catches for 128 yards and 2 scores vs. Towson and 4 catches for 112 yards vs. Arkansas…Earned SEC Special Teams Player of the Week honors after he returned a punt 89 yards for a 4th-quarter touchdown, that helped propel LSU to a win vs. Ole Miss. Finished that game with 3 punt returns for 109 yards and 2 catches for 13 yards...Led the team with 4 receptions for 78 yards at Florida, including a season-long 56-yarder…Scored on a 70-yard punt return vs. North Texas.
 
2011 SEASON:
-    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…Caught at least 2 passes in all but 2 games (Florida, Georgia)…Led the Tigers with 8 catches for 61 yards vs. Mississippi State in his first SEC game…Became the first Tiger since Bennie Brazell in 2005 to have back-to-back games with 50-plus yard receiving touchdowns (52-yarder at West Virginia, 51-yarder vs. Kentucky)...Finished with 3 catches for 75 yards and a touchdown vs. Kentucky...Scored his 1st career touchdown on a 52-yard catch-and-run at West Virginia and finished the game with 2 receptions for 82 yards…Named the SEC Freshman of the Week after he had 8 receptions for 61 yards at Mississippi State…Was the 1st LSU freshman wide receiver with at least 8 catches in a game since Michael Clayton had 8 vs. Illinois in the Sugar Bowl on Jan. 1, 2002…Tied for the team lead with 5 catches for 40 yards vs. Northwestern State in his 1st career start.
 
HIGH SCHOOL:
-    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.

PERSONAL:
-    Beckham is majoring in Human Movement Fitness…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.
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