Deebo Samuel is an American football wide receiver for the San Francisco 49ers (NFL) of the National Football League. He attended South Carolina and was drafted by the 49ers in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft. In 2021, he made the Pro Bowl and was named first-team All-Pro.
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Deebo Samuel Biography
Tyshun Raequan “Deebo” Samuel (born January 15, 1996) is an American football wide receiver for the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at South Carolina and was selected by the 49ers in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft. In 2021, he was selected to the Pro Bowl and received first-team All-Pro honors.
Deebo Samuel Education
Samuel attended Chapman High School in Inman, South Carolina where he played high school football and was coached by Mark Hodge. In his senior year, he led his team to the semifinals of the AAA playoffs. During his career, Samuel had 166 receptions for 2,751 yards and 36 touchdowns; he rushed 133 times for 898 yards and 13 touchdowns. He finished with a career high 53 touchdowns, 94 tackles and 12 interceptions. He won the Class AAA Offensive Player of the Year award from the High School Sports Report and played in the Carolinas Shrine Bowl. Samuel was rated a three-star recruit by the 247 compound. He committed to the University of South Carolina to play college football.
Deebo Samuel Parents
Deebo Samuel’s father is known as Galen and his stepmother’s name is Precious Martin. His biological mother’s name is Felicia Winn.
Samuel redshirted his true freshman year of 2014.
In 2015, Samuel played in five total games, started three times and battled injuries. He suffered a hamstring injury in the season opener against North Carolina. Samuel finished the season with 12 receptions for 161 yards.
2016, his sophomore season, Samuel played in 10 games and led the team with 59 receptions for 783 yards, he also rushed 15 times for 98 yards and six touchdowns. In the Birmingham Bowl against USF, he had 14 receptions for 190 receiving yards.
2017 season, in the season opener against NC State, Samuel returned the kickoff for a touchdown and had five receptions for 83 yards for two touchdowns. In Week 2 against Missouri, Samuel once again returned a kickoff for a touchdown and finished with five catches for 45 yards, also rushing the ball twice for 30 yards and a touchdown. In Week 3 against Kentucky, on the first play from scrimmage, Samuel hauled in a 68-yard touchdown pass from Gamecock quarterback Jake Bentley. After suffering a season-ending injury later in the game, Samuel would finish the season having not played even three full games, but he had 250 receiving yards for three touchdowns, two carries for 30 yards and one touchdown, and two kickoff returns for two touchdowns. for a combined total of 194 yards
On November 5, 2017, Samuel announced that he would be returning for his senior season. Samuel finished the 2018 season with 882 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns, his best game of the season coming against Clemson where he caught 10 passes for 210 yards and three touchdowns. He chose not to play in the Gamecocks’ bowl game, the 2018 Belk Bowl. He was later selected to play in the 2019 Senior Bowl.
During the 2022 offseason, it was reported that Samuel requested to be traded, however, he reported to training camp and eventually, on July 31, 2022, signed a three-year, $73.5 million contract extension with $58.1 million guaranteed.
Against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 4, Samuel had six receptions for 115 yards and a touchdown on a 57-yard catch-and-run in a 24–9 victory. After Week 7 against the Kansas City Chiefs, Samuel reportedly had a hamstring problem. Head coach Kyle Shanahan called the injury day by day. This injury ruled Samuel out for Week 8 against the Los Angeles Rams, but Samuel returned after the team’s Week 9 bye. Against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 14, Samuel had four receptions for 43 yards, including 21 rushing yards on 4 rushing attempts and a rushing touchdown on a 17-yard play. However, later, Samuel injured his ankle and left the match with no return. It was later reported that he was expected to sustain a high ankle sprain, which could rule him out for the remainder of the 2022 regular season.
Deebo Samuel Wife, Personal life
Samuel received the nickname “Deebo” from his father, Galen, after the character Deebo played by Tiny Lister Jr. in the 1995 film Friday.
Currently, there are no details about his wife and children.
Deebo Samuel Height
His height is 1.83 meters.
Deebo Samuel has an estimateof $7 million