Ceedee Lamb Biography
CeeDee Lamb born as Cedarian “CeeDee” Lamb is a famous american football wide receiver for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at the University of Oklahoma and was drafted by the Cowboys in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft. Ceedee played three seasons for the Oklahoma Sooners and started in 40 games.
Ceedee Lamb Age
Ceedee was born on April 8, 1999, in Opelousas, Louisiana. He lived in New Orleans until his family evacuated to Houston due to Hurricane Katrina. Lamb celebrates his birthday in every 8th of April.
Ceedee Lamb Height
He stands a height of 6 feet 2 inches (1.88) meters tall. He weighs 191Ib (87) kilograms.
Ceedee Lamb Girlfriend
Ceedee has a girlfriend named Crimson Rose. Not much is known about the relationship between Crimson Rose and Dallas Cowboys player, Cedarian Lamb. Previously, Crimson dated Atlanta Hawks star guard Trae Young.
The following are some of the pictures of CeeDee’s girlfriend, Rose, and Trae:
Ceedee Lamb Draft
Lamb was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the first round with the 17th overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.
Ceedee Lamb 40 Time
Oklahoma Sooners wide receiver CeeDee Lamb runs an unofficial 4.51-second 40-yard dash at the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine. Oklahoma Sooners wide receiver CeeDee Lamb runs an unofficial 4.51-second 40-yard dash at the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine.
Ceedee Lamb Raiders
Raiders Rumors: Las Vegas ‘Really Likes’ CeeDee Lamb Ahead of 2020 NFL Draft
The Las Vegas Raiders might be in the market to add weapons for quarterback Derek Carr in the draft.
According to ESPN’s Josina Anderson, the Raiders “really like” former Oklahoma wide receiver CeeDee Lamb:
NBC Sports’ Peter King reported earlier this week that Raiders GM Mike Mayock “loves” Lamb and “thinks he’s the most complete receiver in the draft.”
Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller projected Lamb to go to the Raiders at No. 12 overall in his final mock draft Thursday:
“Oklahoma’s CeeDee Lamb can be a WR1 in the NFL as soon as he puts on his silver-and-black helmet. He’s violent and powerful at the catch point and with the ball in his hands. Sure, he didn’t see much defense in the Big 12, but his hands and scorer’s mentality will make him an immediate starter at the X receiver position. The Raiders pick again at No. 19 overall and should be able to grab a cornerback who has starter potential.”
Miller also listed Lamb as the 12th-best player overall and third-best receiver on his final big board.
Lamb recorded his best collegiate campaign as a junior in 2019. The 6’2″, 198-pounder caught 62 passes for 1,327 yards and 14 touchdowns across 13 games for the 12-2 Sooners.
Lamb would do wonders to stretch the field for the Carr, who averaged just 4.9 completed air yards and 6.3 intended air yards last year, according to Next Gen Stats:
NFL.com’s Lance Zeirlein evaluated Lamb as a “three-level playmaker,” however, and compared him to former All-Pro Chad Johnson:
“Lamb uses speed and separation quickness to dominate the competition in a scheme that frequently created open throws in space. His routes will need to become more efficient and crisp to beat man-to-man coverage against NFL size and speed, but his ball skills and explosiveness with the ball in his hand should allow teams to scheme him into explosive opportunities right away. Lamb has the potential to play any of the three receiver positions like a pro and should benefit greatly from the NFL’s continued movement toward college-style passing attacks.”
The Raiders’ passing attack was led by tight end Darren Waller’s 1,145 yards last season, while 28-year-old receiver Tyrell Williams led the team with six receiving touchdowns. The team added former Philadelphia Eagles wideout Nelson Agholor on a one-year deal in free agency but haven’t otherwise addressed the position.
Ceedee Lamb Eagles
2020 NFL draft: Why didn’t the Eagles trade up for CeeDee Lamb?
With Atlanta on the clock with the 16th pick on Thursday night, the timer in the lower left-hand corner began winding down so low it seemed like perhaps a trade was in the works.
And with CeeDee Lamb, the talented wide receiver from Oklahoma still on the board, Eagles fans were understandably hopeful that Howie Roseman was about to pull off some magic to take a player many considered to be the top receiver in a historically deep class.
It didn’t happen.
The Falcons took cornerback A.J. Terrell from Clemson. And to make matters worse, the Cowboys scooped up Lamb with the 17th pick. The Eagles eventually took a different receiver, TCU’s Jalen Reagor, at No. 21.
“It was important for us, certainly, that we kept our high picks,” Roseman said. “We haven’t had a lot of those. And guys really weren’t in the range where it was even in consideration that we could get somewhere with a really high pick.”
The Eagles came into this draft with just three picks in the first three rounds: 21, 53 and 103. Roseman seemed to intimate that trading up would be too expensive to get into range for one of the top three receivers: Henry Ruggs III, Jerry Jeudy or Lamb.
But Lamb was ranked by many experts as the No. 1 receiver in the class. Not many expected him to be available as long as he was.
So did the Eagles come close to pulling off a trade to get up to 16 to draft Lamb before Dallas?
Late Thursday night, I asked Roseman specifically about any possible discussions to move into the 16th spot and possibly land Lamb.
We’re very aggressive in working the phones and having conversations with teams and trying to figure out where we can move and when we can move,” Roseman said. “It’s gotta work for both sides, obviously. But we were also very comfortable sitting here and taking a player that has a great skill set for what we’re looking for.
Like Coach (Doug Pederson) has said, we knew there were a lot of talented receivers in this [class] and there’s a lot of different flavors. This is the one we felt could really help our football team in multiple ways.
The Eagles ended up with a choice of either Reagor or LSU’s Justin Jefferson at No. 21 and they took Reagor, who they think gives them explosion as a receiver, returner, and with the ball in his hands.
Fair or not, Reagor’s career will be measured against the careers of Lamb and Jefferson, who went a pick later.
If Lamb turns out to be the stud many analysts expect, we could be talking about this non-move for years to come.