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Treadwell returns to the Vikings for his fourth season in 2019 after he set career highs in receptions (35) and receiving yards (302) in 2018. The Crete, Illinois, native has seen action in 40 career games with 15 starts for the Vikings, amassing 517 yards on 56 receptions.
• Set career highs in receptions (35), receiving yards (302) and receiving TDs (1) in 2018.
• Holds over University of Mississippi records, including single-season receptions (82), single-season receiving TDs (11) and career catches (202).
• The 1st Ole Miss WR drafted in the 1st round in school history and the 2nd Mississippi player drafted in 1st round by Vikings.
OFF THE FIELD Hosted his 1st football camp before the 2016 NFL Draft in Oxford, Mississippi, with the proceeds providing scholarships to low-income and underprivileged players...Stayed up until 2 a.m. following the Rebels Sugar Bowl victory, his final collegiate game, to sign autographs for every child and fan at team hotel…Made a personal donation to fund 9,000 meals through the Feed My Starving Children organization...Spoke at 3 Chicago-area schools: Crete-Monee, Balmoral Elementary and Cottage Grove Upper Grade Center prior to the NFL Draft to encourage and thank the students…Close with his mother, Tami, who raised him along with 3 brothers and 2 sisters…Has a daughter, Madison, who attended the NFL Draft in his hometown of Chicago and went on stage with him when selected…Enjoys fishing and cooking and would like to start his own business.
PRO Set career highs in receptions (35) and receiving yards (302) in 2018...Entered his 3rd season as the 2nd-youngest Vikings WR on roster and younger than any 1st-round WR selected in the 2017 NFL Draft...Selected with the 23rd pick in the 2016 NFL draft…Declared for the NFL Draft as a junior…Was the 2nd of 3 Ole Miss players to be selected in the 1st round of 2016…4th WR chosen in the 1st round of 2016...1st Mississippi WR drafted in the 1st round in school history…Formed a bond with Vikings 2nd-year WR Stefon Diggs, who offered guidance and support leading up to the NFL Draft.
2018 Appeared in 15 games throughout his 3rd season, tying his career high of 7 starts...Totaled 35 receptions for 302 yards and 1 TD on the season, all career highs...Inactive at Detroit (12/23)...Started his 7th game of the season at Seattle (12/10), tying a career high. Caught 3 passes for 16 yards...Caught 2 passes for a team-high 37 yards vs. Detroit (11/4)...Caught 3 balls for 11 yards at the New York Jets (10/21), setting a new career mark for receptions in a season (22)...Again tied his career high of 4 catches vs. Arizona (10/14), good for 38 yards...Matched a career high with 4 receptions at Los Angeles (9/27), totaling 47 yards...Caught a career-high 4 passes for 33 yards vs. Buffalo (9/23)...Scored his first career TD at Green Bay (9/16) with a 14-yard grab in the 1st quarter. Totaled 2 catches for 23 yards and 1 TD on the day.
2017 Totaled 20 catches for 200 yards while making 7 starts and appearing in all 16 games in his 2nd season...Played on offense at Philadelphia (1/21/18) in the NFC Championship Game...Played in his 1st career playoff game vs. New Orleans (1/14/18) as the Vikings clinched a berth to the NFC title game...Tied his career-high with 3 catches for 16 yards vs. Chicago (12/31)...Caught 1 pass for 9 yards and a key 3rd down conversion at Atlanta (12/3)...Played on offense at Detroit (11/23) on Thanksgiving Day...Caught 1 pass for 21 yards vs. Cleveland (10/29) at Twickenham Stadium in London, England as a part of the NFL's International Series...Tied his career-high with 3 catches and set a new career-high with 51 yards including a highlight-reel 1-handed catch vs. Green Bay (10/15)...Set career-highs with 3 catches for 33 yards at Pittsburgh (9/17)...Hauled in his 2nd career reception, a 7-yard grab vs. New Orleans (9/11) in the 1st start of his career.
2016 Appeared in 9 games...Hauled in his 1st career reception for 15 yards vs. Detroit (11/6)...Contributed on offense and special teams during his rookie campaign.
COLLEGE Appeared in 35 games, making 31 starts during his Mississippi career…Caught at least 2 passes in all 35 games…Had career highs in receptions (82), receiving yards (1,153) and TDs (11) as a junior…Biletnikoff Award finalist for best WR in the nation…All-American honors from multiple national outlets…All-SEC 1st-Team as voted on by the coaches…Midseason Comeback Player of the Year award from ESPN.com…Led SEC with 1,153 receiving yards and 2nd with 82 receptions…6 games with 100+ yards and 6-consecutive games with 1+ TD, both are single-season school records…Caught 5 passes for 80 yards and 1 TD while winning at #2 Alabama (9/19)…Career highs in receptions (14) and receiving yards (144) at #22 Memphis (10/17) and threw a 68-yard TD pass…Shined in the Sugar Bowl victory over Oklahoma State with 6 catches for 71 yards and a career-high 3 TDs…All-SEC 2nd-Team as a sophomore after having his season cut short due to a severe leg/ankle injury…Played in 9 games with 8 starts while totaling 48 receptions, 632 receiving yards and 5 TDs…Appeared in 13 games, making 12 starts at slot receiver as a true freshman…Named SEC Freshman of the Year by league coaches...1st player in school history to win the award…1st-Team Freshman All-American by 3 national outlets…Established freshman records at Ole Miss in receptions (72), receiving yards (608) and TDs (5). The 72 catches were 2nd-most in team history at the time.
PREP Led Crete-Monee to its 1st-ever Illinois Class 6A state title…All-American selection by numerous national outlets…#1 WR prospect by various recruiting websites…Named Illinois Male Athlete of the Year by the NWI Times along with Chicago Player of the Year…1st-Team All-State as a junior and senior…As a senior, produced 81 catches for 1,424 yards and 16 TDs while rushing for 257 yards and 7 TDs while adding 56 tackles and 6 INTs on defense…Played DE and compiled 45 tackles, 10 TFL and 8.0 sacks as a junior…Recorded 75 catches for 1,391 yards and 18 TDs…Also played basketball at Crete-Monee.