DK Metcalf Biography

DK Metcalf born as Dekaylin Zecharius Metcalf is an American football wide receiver for the Ole Miss Rebels. DK is the son of Terrence Metcalf. He got interested in the game at an early age as he watched his father play and make history-changing win touchdowns.

DK Metcalf Age

He was born on December 14, 1997, in Oxford, Mississippi. He is 22 years old as of 2020.

DK Metcalf Height

  • He stands a height  of 6 ft 3 in'(1.93) Meters tall
  • He Weighs102 kilograms
  • He has dark brown eyes and black hair.
  • His jersey number is 14 – Seattle Seahawks

DK Metcalf Dad | Terrence Metcalf

His father, Terrence Metcalf, was an offensive lineman in the NFL.

DK Metcalf Siblings

He has four siblings but their names are not mentioned. This information will be updated soo.

DK Metcalf College

As a freshman at Ole Miss in 2016, Metcalf appeared in the first two games of the season before suffering a foot injury which ended his season. He was granted a redshirt following his injury. He had two receptions for 13 yards with both of the receptions going for touchdowns. In 2017, he had 39 receptions for 646 yards and seven touchdowns.

DK Metcalf Girlfriend

He has a girlfriend named Cirena Wilson. Not much is known about their relationship. This information will be updated soon.

DK Metcalf Injury

He roughly suffers from a neck injury and it occurred during the first offense series of the Ole Miss-Arkansas game. He was targeted on one pass, which he caught for 49 yards, which he was able to play before exiting the game after Ole Miss field goal.

During the 49 yards catch, Metcalf fell backward and hit his neck strain, but following an MRI it was determined that he suffered a more serious injury. He had his surgery on October 22nd.

DK Metcalf Ole Miss

In 2016, Metcalf joined Ole Miss college as a freshman. During his freshman year, D.K appeared in the first two games of the season before suffering a foot injury which ended his season. After his ijury period, Metcalf was granted a redshirt.

He had two receptions for 13 yards with both of the receptions going for touchdowns. He had 39 receptions for 646 yards and seven touchdowns back in 2017. D.K had 26 receptions for 569 yards before sustaining a season-ending neck injuryagainst Arkansas durin 2018 season.

After Metcalf’s 2018 season, he declared for the 2019 NFL Draft, forgoing his last two years of college football. He finished his career with 67 receptions for 1,228 yards and 14 touchdowns.

DK Metcalf 40 Time

He has been timed at 4.46 for his dash time.

DK Metcalf NFL Draft

Metcalf was selected by the Seattle Seahawks in the second round (64th overall) of the 2019 NFL Draft, the ninth of 28 wide receivers. On May 22, 2019, Metcalf signed a four-year deal with the Seahawks worth $4.6 million.

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D.K Metcalf before and now

DK Metcalf Draft Profile | DK Metcalf Scouting Report

Actual Strengths: Can’t be pressed, releases clean off the snap. Rare, freakish size/speed combination. Should dominate the combine. Impressive wingspan and catch radius, combined with tracking the ball well, makes up for overthrows. Accelerates well off the line and after the catch. A beast to bring down after the catch. Plays jump balls well and boxes defenders out should make for a strong red-zone threat. Competent blocker.

Weaknesses: Was tasked with a limited route tree and ran predominantly as an outside receiver, versatility may be limited. I don’t consider the following as “weaknesses” but concerning – Final season ended on a neck injury that required surgery.

Was cleared for combined events. Also suffered a broken foot in his freshman season, was redshirted after. Any news of medical testing at Indianapolis will be something to keep an eye on.

Summary: Overall, Metcalf is a rare prospect with elite size and speed. As long as health doesn’t hold him back, the potential to be a dominant outside WR1 in need of some technical refinement.
He provides a great fit as a true, prototype WR1 for the Arizona Cardinals, and (depending on range) should be a prime trade back candidate. Assuming there are no red flags that precipitate a tumble to the 33rd overall selection, he is as much of a “no-brainer” pick as there stands to be.

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