Strahan also named NBA icon LeBron James alongside ODB, but the point is clear: Beckham is beyond special.
Beckham's numbers were an utter freak show down the stretch, with the wideout tearing through double coverage to pile up 130, 143, 148 and 185 yards over his final four games. The NFL's Offensive Rookie of the Year grew increasingly dangerous with each new week despite admitting after the season that he was "never fully healthy" after suffering a hamstring injury that sidelined him until Week 5.
It's worth noting that we're posting this just hours after chronicling Beckham's bonkers windmill dunk at Duke's Cameron Indoor Stadium. The possibilities feel endless.
It's wildly rare -- and almost always premature -- to talk about a second-year pro athlete this way, but Strahan might be right.