Born and raised in Maryland, Stefon Diggs' oversized hands and undersized frame gives him a crab-like grip on the football. A five-star recruit in 2012, Diggs received offers to play at USC, Florida, and Ohio State. But with his father passed away, the number two receiving recruit in the nation declined. He chose the University of Maryland so he could stay closer to home and help raise his two younger brothers.
Diggs was the first receiver taken by the Minnesota Vikings in the 2015 NFL draft. He found success early, with close to 2,500 yards receiving over his first three seasons. His most important catch? A 61-yard, walk-off touchdown that sent the Vikings to the 2018 NFC Championship. The catch is now known as the 'Minneapolis Miracle.' Diggs continues his magical game touches, but further east, for the Buffalo Bills, where they’ve dubbed him ‘The Miracle of Buffalo.’
Off the field, Stefon has an elevated, casual style with an emphasis on precise tailoring. Detail by design, Diggs expresses his keen sense of style best through his accessory game. Louis Vuitton man bags, custom-designed chains, and high-end streetwear all work to reflect his personality like a mirror. If you're looking for Diggs on the field, try the back of the end zone at U.S. Bank stadium. He'll be the one tip-toeing for six in cleats styled for the occasion.
First player to record 13 receptions in consecutive games (NFL record).
Listens to Erykah Badu’s “On & On” before every game.
Younger brother, Trevon, won a National Championship in 2017 with Alabama.
Stephon’s mother, Stephanie Giggs, publicly scolded Baltimore Ravens’ General Manager, Ozzie Newsome, for not selecting her Maryland native son in the 2015 draft.
Loves coffee. Wore a Starbucks cup inspired pair of cleats in a preseason game versus Seattle in 2017. Also owns a customized Starbucks necklace valued at $15,000.