Number Two: Odell Beckham Jr
Odell Beckham Jr. really needs no introduction but here’s one anyway.
Odell is a 5-foot-11 wide receiver who currently plays for the Cleveland Browns and formerly played for the New York Giants. Beckham was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and played his college football at LSU.
Bringing Odell back to his home state would be great for both parties.
Odell has put up polarizing numbers since his entrance into the league as the number twelve overall pick in 2014.
In his career, Beckham has logged 464 receptions, 6,511 receiving yards, a 14.0 yards per reception average, and 50 total touchdowns.
He has also logged a 1,000-yard receiving season in five out of his six seasons in the NFL, showing consistent productivity despite not having the best teammates or coaches to help him.
Odell Beckham Jr. is a polarizing superstar for many reasons. Whether it be his sideline antics or his one-handed catches, people love to hate on Odell. Although people love to hate on Odell, there’s no questioning this man’s talent and productivity shine every single year.
The Saints don’t care about outside opinions and they proved that when they brought in the drama queen himself Antonio Brown for a workout last season. Odell would bring them a receiver for the next four years who would dominate alongside Michael Thomas.