CeeDee Lamb

Overall Rank
WR1
2023
Height
6' 2"
Weight
198 lbs
Arm Length
32"
(65th)
Draft Pick
1.17
(2020)
College
Oklahoma
Age
25.2
Best Comparable Player
Jerry Rice
Workout Metrics
4.50
69th
97.9
66th
120.7
46th
10.08
65th
40-Yard Dash
Speed Score
Burst Score
Agility Score
Catch Radius
High School Metrics
38.1%
(78th)
College Dominator
26.6%
(79th)
College Target Share
19.4
(79th)
Breakout Age

CeeDee Lamb Bio

CeeDee Lamb

Cedarian Lamb, otherwise known as "CeeDee," is an NFL wide receiver for the Dallas Cowboys. Lamb was born in Opelousas, Louisiana. He lived in New Orleans, but he and his family had to migrate to Houston, Texas, as a result of the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Before earning his spot in the NFL, he starred at John and Randolph Foster High School in Richmond, Texas. There he became a four star prospect and committed to the University of Oklahoma, where he caught passes from quarterbacks Baker Mayfield, Kyler Murray, and Jalen Hurts, who all made their way to the NFL by way of Oklahoma. In three seasons as a Sooner, Lamb finished with 3,292 yards on 173 receptions and scored 32 touchdowns.

Lamb is a sublime talent boasting a 4.5 second 40-yard dash and a prolific collegiate production profile. The Dallas Cowboys drafted him with the No. 17 overall pick in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft. He had a fantastic rookie season, putting together more than 1,000 yards from scrimmage, including 935 yards as a receiver. He hauled in 74 receptions and also scooted for a 47-yard kick return touchdown. With a WR18 finish under his belt, expectations were high for Lamb to make the leap into the stratosphere among the elites at the wide receiver position. That particular jump did not occur in his sophomore season, but Lamb did improve on his proficient rookie campaign. He had five more receptions than in his rookie season, finishing the 2021 season with 79 (No. 20). He also accrued 1,102 (No. 14) receiving yards and six (No. 20) total touchdowns.

Lamb's 2022 was stellar, as he averaged 17.7 (No. 7) fantasy points per game. That was even while enduring five games without an injured Dak Prescott. Lamb still delivered multiple decent performances with Cooper Rush under center. Once Prescott returned, Lamb returned to elite production, including six 100-plus-yard performances from week 10 on, including the playoffs. Kellen Moore was ousted as offensive coordinator after the 2022 season and speculation was that Mike McCarthy was going to opt for a run-heavy approach. Instead, Prescott led one of the league's best passing offenses.  Lamb was the WR1 in fantasy with 23.7 fantasy points per game and solidified himself as a top-5 dynasty receiver.