41 Facts About DeAndre Hopkins

1. DeAndre Hopkins finally lost his 1st game to injury at the end of his 5th NFL season: a calf strain that cost him Week 17.

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2. DeAndre Hopkins has a tough draw against the Jaguars this weekend, but remains a top 10 WR in our rankings.

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3. DeAndre Hopkins is the third member of his family, succeeding his uncle, the late Terry Smith, and cousin, Javis Austin, to play football at Clemson.

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4. DeAndre Hopkins sustained a concussion from a car accident on Dec 27, 2011.

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5. DeAndre Hopkins was named first-team all-conference in 2012 with the Clemson Tigers football team.

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6. DeAndre Hopkins was a guard on Clemson's basketball team for a short stint after his freshman season.

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7. DeAndre Hopkins dropped 197 yards and a touchdown in a win at Boston College in 2012.

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8. DeAndre Hopkins had 11 games of 100 or more receiving yards at Clemson.

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9. DeAndre Hopkins made noise as early as his freshman year, and consistently improved his stats throughout his time in college.

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10. DeAndre Hopkins knows the Texans have invested millions in creating this 2016 edition of the team and that coaching jobs may depend on success on the field this season.

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11. DeAndre Hopkins need not be reminded that an NFL career for most wide receivers is less than six years.

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12. DeAndre Hopkins managed to get in the end zone last week, but he was largely held in check by Tre'Davious White.

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13. DeAndre Hopkins does not carry an injury designation for Sunday's game against Washington.

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14. DeAndre Hopkins was listed as a limited practice participant Thursday.

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15. On July 24, 2013, DeAndre Hopkins signed a four-year contract with the Houston Texans with a signing bonus of $3.92 million.

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16. DeAndre Hopkins began his career since 2013 NFL Draft and is still in the team Houston Texans.

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17. DeAndre Hopkins set a new ACC mark with 18 receiving scores, adding a team-best 82 catches.

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18. DeAndre Hopkins earned the team's Rookie of the Year award in 2010, starting eight of 12 games and leading the team with 52 catches.

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19. DeAndre Hopkins has two older siblings, Kesha and Marcus, who are actually from a prior relationship his mother had.

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20. DeAndre Hopkins was listed as a limited practice participant Friday.

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21. DeAndre Hopkins ended the season—leading the team in receiving 13 touchdowns to earn his second Pro Bowl as well as got named as a First Team All-Pro for the 2017 season.

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22. DeAndre Hopkins committed to play for the Clemson Tigers football team at Clemson University where he enrolled to major in Community Recreation, Sport and Camp Management.

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23. DeAndre Hopkins became popular as a football player while he was playing at Clemson Tigers in the Clemson University.

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24. DeAndre Hopkins had a 36-inch vertical at the Combine and ran a 4.57 40-yard dash.

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25. DeAndre Hopkins set school records with 1,405 yards and 82 catches this season and had 12 100-yard games.

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26. DeAndre Hopkins set an ACC record last season with 18 touchdowns.

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27. DeAndre Hopkins is projected to see a shadow from Adoree' Jackson, allowing Demaryius Thomas to run free against the league's most inefficient corner.

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28. DeAndre Hopkins will draw coverage from Titans second-year man Adoree' Jackson.

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29. DeAndre Hopkins is eighth in the league in receiving yards and is tied for fifth in touchdown receptions (8).

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30. DeAndre Hopkins was held to five catches for 56 yards on just six targets last week as he locked horns with Redskins corner Josh Norman.

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31. DeAndre Hopkins passed Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice and Warren Wells with his 19th consecutive game of 50 or more receiving yards to rank fourth in NFL history.

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32. DeAndre Hopkins was raised by his mother, Sabrina Greenlee, with whom he has a strong relationship.

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33. DeAndre Hopkins was named as a First Team All-Pro for the 2017 season and was ranked 13th by his fellow players on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2018.

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34. On December 19, 2017, DeAndre Hopkins was named to his second Pro Bowl.

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35. DeAndre Hopkins finished with career highs in receptions, receiving yards (1,521), and touchdowns (11), despite playing with four different quarterbacks (Hoyer, Mallett, Yates, and Weeden).

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36. DeAndre Hopkins was solidified as the Texans' number one receiver to begin the 2015 season after veteran Andre Johnson departed to the Indianapolis Colts in free agency.

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37. DeAndre Hopkins was the Houston Texans leading receiver in 2014, recording 76 receptions for 1,210 yards and six touchdowns in 16 games and 16 starts.

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38. DeAndre Hopkins attended private workouts or visits with the Dallas Cowboys, Carolina Panthers, New England Patriots, and had two with the St Louis Rams.

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39. On January 10, 2013, DeAndre Hopkins decided to forgo his senior season at Clemson and enter the NFL Draft.

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40. DeAndre Hopkins left Clemson with career record for receiving yards and career touchdown grabs (27) with at least one score in each of the last 12 games.

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41. DeAndre Hopkins enrolled in Clemson University, where he played for the Clemson Tigers football team from 2010 to 2012 under head coach Dabo Swinney.

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