Re-live CeeDee Lamb’s standout freshman season with insane highlight video

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CeeDee Lamb didn’t waste any time getting acclimated to the collegiate level.

A former 4-star prospect out of Richmond (Texas) Foster, Lamb arrived at Oklahoma as part of the Sooners 2017 class as a high-upside addition with more than enough talent to make a few plays as a freshman. Few could have foreseen just how impactful Lamb would become right out of the gates, though.

Statistically speaker, Lamb emerged as arguably the most productive freshman wide receiver in Oklahoma history.

After playing in all 14 games, including 13 starts, Lamb hauled in 46 receptions for 807 yards and 7 touchdowns. In doing so, Lamb set the school freshman record for receiving yards, tied the school freshman record for receiving touchdowns, and tied for the second-most receptions by any freshman in school history.

In short, Lamb was nothing short of exceptional throughout his first season as a Sooner, and that’s more than evident on film.

Along with leaving his mark on the school record books, Lamb’s stellar freshman campaign also led to Big 12 Honorable Mention for Offensive Freshman of the Year honors, as well as being named a freshman All-American by ESPN.

With Baker Mayfield and Mark Andrews now off to the NFL, the Sooners offense will be tasked with replacing key pieces and finding new true headliners in 2018. If his breakout freshman season was any indication of what’s to come, it’s safe to say Lamb will be a huge part of what the Sooners become going forward.


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