Laquon Treadwell   #11 WR

Height: 6-2   Weight: 215   Age: 24

Born: 6/14/1995 Chicago , IL

College: Mississippi

Experience: 4th season

High School: Crete-Monee HS [Crete, IL]









Draft 2016

Pick No.23

Selected By: Minnesota Vikings

Round: 1

Pick (Overall): 23 (23)

Pick Analysis: Another one of Ole Miss' great recruiting pickups over the past few years, Treadwell was a five-star recruit, consensus All-American, and overall No. 1 receiver prospect in the country. Not surprisingly, he parlayed his talent to selection as the top freshman in the SEC in 2013 (72-608, five scores). Things were going swimmingly for Treadwell as a sophomore until he suffered a broken fibula against Auburn in the last month of the season; he finished with 48 catches for 632 yards and five touchdowns in nine games. Despite the late-season injury, he worked hard (losing 25 pounds without any strength) to play in the 2015 season opener and helped the Rebels beat Alabama in mid-September (5-80, TD). Treadwell only got better as he gained confidence in his surgically-repaired leg, finishing the year with 82 catches, 1,153 yards, and 11 scores as a Biletnikoff Award finalist, All-American (second team Walter Camp, third team AP), and first-team All-SEC pick by league coaches. The icing on the cake for Treadwell was his performance in his final game for Ole Miss, catching three touchdowns against Oklahoma State in the Rebels' Sugar Bowl victory.


Video Playlist

  1. 2016 Draft profile: WR Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss

    Published: April 5, 2016 at 04:33 p.m.

    Take a look at the college highlights of Ole Miss wide receiver Laquon Treadwell.

  2. 2015 College Highlights: Laquon Treadwell

    Published: Feb. 19, 2016 at 09:40 p.m.

    Take a quick look at some of the highlights from Ole Miss wide receiver LaQuon Treadwell.

  3. Laquon Treadwell's one-handed 39-yard TD - Ole Miss vs. New Mexico State, 2015

    Published: Feb. 21, 2015 at 06:59 p.m.

    Ole Miss' Laquon Treadwell is one of the most highly regarded receivers in the college game, and this ridiculous one-handed touchdown catch against New Mexico State is just one example of his abounding skills.

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