News / Odell Beckham Jr. named to’s All-Under-25 Team

First-round draft pick, Rookie of the Year, two Pro Bowls and a Madden cover make up just part of Odell Beckham Jr.’s list of accomplishments.

And he's only 23.

The Giants wide receiver, who broke Randy Moss’ NFL record (2,726) for most yards receiving through a player’s first two seasons, headlines the next generation of NFL stars and was recently named to’s All-Under-25 Team. Beckham, the 12th overall draft pick out of LSU in 2014, turns 24 in November. 

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“If we didn't place Beckham on this list, our website would probably crash, and we would have to relaunch as or,” Elliot Harrison wrote. “Beckham has enjoyed sensational moments, along with a few lows, on the way to stardom.

That said, his rookie campaign was one of the premier freshman seasons in NFL history -- he averaged a staggering 108.8 yards and one touchdown per game. For his career, he's posting 102 yards every time he goes out there.”

Here is a look at the rest of’s All-Under-25 Team: 


QB: Teddy Bridgewater, Vikings
RB: Le'Veon Bell, Steelers
RB: Todd Gurley, Rams
WR: DeAndre Hopkins, Texans
WR: Odell Beckham Jr., Giants
TE: Eric Ebron, Lions
OT: Rob Havenstein, Rams
OT: David Bakhtiari, Packers
Guard: Andrew Norwell, Panthers
Guard: Joel Bitonio, Browns
Center: Mitch Morse, Chiefs


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DE: Leonard Williams, Jets
DE: DeMarcus Lawrence, Cowboys
DE: Stephon Tuitt, Steelers
DT: Eddie Goldman, Bears
OLB: Anthony Barr, Vikings
OLB: Preston Smith, Redskins
ILB: C.J. Mosley, Ravens
ILB: Jordan Hicks, Eagles
CB: Marcus Peters, Chiefs
CB: Ronald Darby, Bills
Safety: Tyrann Mathieu, Cardinals
Safety: Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Packers


PK: Cairo Santos, Chiefs
Punter: Matt Darr, Dolphins
KR: Tyler Lockett, Seahawks



Dan Salomone | | March 4, 2016