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Stefon Diggs
WR #14
Height:
6-0
Weight:
191
Age:
24
College:
Maryland
Experience:
3

Quick Stats (2017):

REC
48
YDS
694
AVG
14.5
TDS
5
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 184 2,317 12.6 59 12 11 34 3.1 12 0 2 0
2017 MIN 11 11 48 694 14.5 59T 5 5 11 2.2 9 0 -- --
2016 MIN 13 11 84 903 10.8 46 3 3 10 3.3 12 0 -- --
2015 MIN 13 9 52 720 13.8 40T 4 3 13 4.3 10 0 2 0
Recent Games
WKOppResultReceivingRushingFumbles
RecYdsAvgLngTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
1 NO W 29-19 7 93 13.3 30 2 1 -6 -6 -6 0 -- --
2 @PIT L 9-26 2 27 13.5 21 0 1 4 4 4 0 -- --
3 TB W 34-17 8 173 21.6 59 2 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
4 DET L 7-14 5 98 19.6 33 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
5 @CHI W 20-17 1 4 4 4 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
6 GB W 23-10 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
7 BAL W 24-16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
8 @CLE W 33-16 4 27 6.8 10 0 1 -1 -1 -1 0 -- --
10 @WAS W 38-30 4 78 19.5 51 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
11 LA W 24-7 4 32 8 10 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
12 @DET W 30-23 5 66 13.2 37 0 1 9 9 9 0 -- --
13 @ATL W 14-9 2 32 16 19 0 1 5 5 5 0 -- --
14 @CAR L 24-31 6 64 10.7 22 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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BIOGRAPHY

• Ranked 16th in receptions (84, team high) and 13th in

receiving yards per game (69.5) in the NFL in 2016.

• Named to PFWA All-Rookie team after becoming the 1st rookie in Vikings history to lead the team in receptions with 52 (3rd in franchise records by a rookie) for 720 yards (5th).

OFF THE FIELD Younger brothers, Trevon Diggs (Alabama) and Darez Diggs (UAB), both play DB collegiately in the state of Alabama...Majored in American studies at Maryland...College WRs coach in 2014 was former NFL WR Keenan McCardell...Takes part in several community outreach programs...Visited an Eagan elementary school after students authored a Vikings book featuring him so the kids could read their story to him...Helped dedicate field along with U.S. Bank Places to Play program each of the past 2 years, bringing new or refurbished fields, courts and playgrounds to under-funded areas of Minnesota.

HONORS Earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week for game vs. Green Bay (9/18/16)...Named All-Rookie by PFWA in 2015...Pepsi Rookie of the Week vs. Kansas City (10/18/15)...Selected as Vikings 2015 Vikings Rookie of the Year.

• Ranked 16th in receptions (84, team high) and 13th in

receiving yards per game (69.5) in the NFL in 2016.

• Named to PFWA All-Rookie team after becoming the 1st rookie in Vikings history to lead the team in receptions with 52 (3rd in franchise records by a rookie) for 720 yards (5th).

OFF THE FIELD Younger brothers, Trevon Diggs (Alabama) and Darez Diggs (UAB), both play DB collegiately in the state of Alabama...Majored in American studies at Maryland...College WRs coach in 2014 was former NFL WR Keenan McCardell...Takes part in several community outreach programs...Visited an Eagan elementary school after students authored a Vikings book featuring him so the kids could read their story to him...Helped dedicate field along with U.S. Bank Places to Play program each of the past 2 years, bringing new or refurbished fields, courts and playgrounds to under-funded areas of Minnesota.

HONORS Earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week for game vs. Green Bay (9/18/16)...Named All-Rookie by PFWA in 2015...Pepsi Rookie of the Week vs. Kansas City (10/18/15)...Selected as Vikings 2015 Vikings Rookie of the Year.

PRO Became the 1st player in NFL history to record 13 receptions in consecutive games: 13 vs. Detroit (11/6/16) and 13 at Washington (11/13/16)...Totaled the 2nd-most receptions (119) in team history prior to turning 23, trailing only Percy Harvin (131)...Registered career highs in receptions (84) and receiving yards (904) during his sophomore campaign...Made huge impact on Vikings passing game despite not playing in the opening 3 games of the 2015 season...Led team with 52 receptions, the 1st rookie in team history to achieve the feat...Earned All-Rookie honors from PFWA...Joined 5 other Vikings rookie classmates to tie a team record with 6 rookies starting in a game at Arizona (12/10/15)...Selected in the 5th round (#146) of the 2015 NFL Draft...The 20th WR drafted in 2015…Was the 1st Terrapin selected by the Vikings since TE Jeff Dugan (7th round, #220) in 2004...Played final college game where he began his NFL career, Levi’s Stadium, where he was inactive for the 2015 season opener vs. the 49ers.

2016 Ranked 16th in receptions (84, team high) and 13th in

receiving yards per game (69.5) in the NFL...Inactive (hip) vs. Chicago (1/1/17)...Caught 4 passes for 29 yards and 1 TD Green Bay (12/24)...Secured 3 receptions for 55 yards, including a 45-yarder, at Jacksonville (12/11)...Caught a game-high 8 passes for 59 yards vs. Dallas (12/1)...Inactive (knee) at Detroit (11/24)...Recorded 37 yards on a team-high 6 receptions vs. Arizona (11/20)...Matched his career-high 13 receptions for 164 yards at Washington (11/13), becoming the 1st player in NFL history to reach 13 catches in consecutive weeks and setting a Vikings franchise record for total receptions in back-to-back games (26)...Totaled a career-high 13 receptions for 80 yards, posted a 12-yard rush and returned 3 punts for 29 yards vs. Detroit (11/6)...Caught 8 passes (game high) for 76 yards and returned 2 punts for 11 yards at Chicago (10/31)...Secured 2 receptions for 18 yards and 2 1st downs at Philadelphia (10/23)...Inactive (groin) vs. Houston (10/9)...Gained 47 yards on 5 receptions, including 3 for 1st downs, vs.  NY Giants (10/3)...Registered 182 receiving yards on 9 catches (both career highs), including a career-long 46-yarder and 1 TD, vs. Green Bay (9/18)...Posted game highs with 7 receptions and 103 yards at Tennessee (9/11)...3rd Vikings WR with back-to-back 100-yard receiving games in Weeks 1 and 2 (1st since Cris Carter in 1997) and 2nd-most receiving yards by a Vikings WR after Weeks 1 and 2 in franchise history.

2015 Became 1st Vikings rookie to lead the team in receptions en route to All-Rookie honors from the PFWA...Ranked 3rd in team history in rookie receptions with 52 and 5th in rookie receiving yards with 720...Became 1st Vikings rookie WR since Randy Moss in 1998 to post consecutive 100-yard games - 129 vs. Kansas City (10/18) and 108 at Detroit (10/25)...Caught 1st career TD pass on a diving 36-yarder from Teddy Bridgewater at Detroit (10/25), earning Pepsi Rookie of the Week honors for the game...Had season-best 2 TD catches vs. Chicago (12/20)...Had 6 catches for 87 yards in his NFL debut at eventual Super Bowl 50 champion Denver, tying a Vikings record for most catches by a player in his debut game and ranking 3rd in club history for most yards receiving in a debut...Joined fellow rookie classmates OT T.J. Clemmings, LB Edmond Robinson, LB Eric Kendricks, CB Trae Waynes and S Anthony Harris to tie a Vikings record with 6 rookies starting a game when they all opened the Thursday Night Football matchup at Arizona (12/10)...His season-long 40-yard TD catch with 1:49 left in game at Chicago (11/1) tied the game 20-20 and set the stage for K Blair Walsh to win the game with a FG as time expired...His 720 receiving yards and 13 catches of 20+ yards on the season ranked 2nd among NFL rookies behind Oakland’s Amari Cooper...Caught a pass in every game he played...Helped team to NFC North title and Wild Card playoff berth.

COLLEGE Started 24 of his 28 career games at Maryland...Ended college career with 150 receptions, 2,227 yards and 14 TDs in 28 games…Had 62 receptions for 792 yards and 5 TDs as a junior, his final year at Maryland...Named 2nd-Team All-Big Ten by the league’s coaches in 2014…Caught 10 passes totaling 138 yards in the Foster Farms Bowl vs. Stanford (12/30/14)…Led the team in receptions his freshman and junior seasons and had his sophomore campaign cut short due to injury…Had 1,896 all-purpose yards his freshman season, 2nd most in school history.

PREP 1 of the top recruits in the nation and a consensus 5-star recruit at Good Counsel HS in Gaithersburg, MD…Decided to stay in his home state of Maryland after considering offers from Florida, USC and Auburn…Selected 2012 U.S. Army All-American...Named 1st-Team All-State and runner-up Gatorade Maryland Player of the Year as a junior.