Dorial Green-Beckham was regarded as the No. 1 high school prospect in the country two years ago. After an inconsistent freshman season, Green-Beckham has shown signs of becoming the elite wideout all the scouts figured he would be one day. On Saturday, he torched Kentucky's defense.
At 6'6 and 220 pounds, DGB has the ability to go up and catch a lot of throws normal receivers can't get to. With two touchdown grabs already under his belt, he somehow hauled this pass in over a UK cornerback, then held onto it all the way to the ground.
With that catch midway through the third quarter, Green-Beckham has five receptions for 84 yards and three scores. He now has eight touchdown grabs this season, and MU still has at least three more games to go.
In an offense where he's not even the No. 1 target (yet), Gary Pinkel and the Tigers have to be thrilled about the idea of having him for at least one more year in Columbia before he's playing on Sundays.
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