Known for his intense drive and work ethic from a young age, CeeDee Lamb grew up in New Orleans, before eventually moving to Houston due to evacuations from Hurricane Katrina. A four-star recruit in high school, he secured himself in the state record books for 4th most receptions and 2nd most touchdowns. Signing with the University of Oklahoma, CeeDee played in all 14 games as a true freshman and continued to crush school records. His sophomore season, CeeDee was catching Kyler Murray, who would go on and win the Heisman Trophy. He led the team in receiving touchdowns, and alongside Marquese Brown, became the first wide receiver duo in team history to record 1,000+ yard seasons.
In Ceedee’s final season with the Sooners, he was a first team All-American and was a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award, given to the best wide receiver in the nation. With the 17th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, the Dallas Cowboys selected Ceedee Lamb. Despite a rollercoaster of quarterbacks and uncertainty within the Cowboys roster, Ceedee proved his versatility with a solid rookie season.
Just like his game on the field, Ceedee’s fashion style drips with swag. He articulately finishes his crisp pregame outfits with just enough designer flare without distracting from the classic overall feel.
Cedrian Lamb received his nickname ‘Ceedee’ from his peewee football coach and it stuck ever since.
Ceedee grew up a LSU fan, but he didn’t receive his offer letter from the Tigers until after he’d committed to Oklahoma.
Catching from the best! Ceedee spent three seasons catching from Heisman Trophy Finalists, two of them winners, at Oklahoma.
At Oklahoma, he was very close with fellow NFL star, Marquese Brown. They nicknamed themselves the “Saiyan Bros” and had a fusion-dance touchdown celebration.