NASHVILLE, TN - May 13, 2021 - The 2021 photo of Racey McMath of the Tennessee Titans NFL football team.  This image reflects the Tennessee Titans active roster as of May 13, 2021 when this image was taken. Photo By Donald Page/Tennessee Titans

Racey McMath

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Experience: R

Height: 6-3

Age: 22

Weight: 217 lbs

College: LSU

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Biography

PRO: The Titans selected Racey McMath with the 205th overall pick in the sixth round of the 2021 NFL Draft. The 6-foot-3 inch, 217-pound wide receiver possesses tremendous size and explosion for the position. He gained valuable experience as a special teams standout during his career at Louisiana State University, which allows him to compete immediately for a spot on the gameday roster. A native of New Orleans, La., he spent four seasons at LSU, appearing in 34 total games with six starts. He was a key contributor during the Tigers' 2019 national championship campaign.

TITANS TIDBITS: 
•   McMath's roommate at Louisiana State in 2019 was current Titans cornerback Kristian Fulton.
•   After he was drafted, McMath listed wide receiver Julio Jones as his football role model. Less than two weeks later, the two became teammates when the Titans traded with the Atlanta Falcons to acquire Jones.
•   His parents named him Racey due to the fact that during his mom's pregnancy, he never stayed still. "It felt like he was just racing in my stomach," said his mom, Pam, "so we said, 'OK, that's going to be his name—let's call him Racey.'" 

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: 
•   The New Orleans, La., native was selected by the Titans in the sixth round (205th overall) of the 2021 NFL Draft.

COLLEGE:
•   During four seasons at Louisiana State, McMath appeared in 34 games with six starts. His career totals included 33 receptions for 522 yards and four touchdowns. He also served as a key contributor on special teams, collecting six special teams tackles and forced a fumble.

AS A SENIOR (2020), started all six games in which he appeared and caught 14 passes for 195 yards and one touchdown. Added a pair of special teams tackles and a forced fumble.
•   At Missouri (10/10), forced a fumble on punt coverage in the second quarter, which led to an LSU touchdown one play later. 
•   At Auburn (10/31), produced five catches for 51 yards. His five receptions tied his career high.
•   At Arkansas (11/21), caught a 30-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter.

AS A JUNIOR (2019), developed into a key contributor among LSU's fleet of wide receivers, appearing in 14 games during a national championship season. Produced career highs with 17 receptions, 285 receiving yards and three touchdowns. Caught at least one pass in five of LSU's final six games. Added two special teams tackles.
•   At Vanderbilt (9/21), established a career high with five receptions for 48 yards, including a six-yard touchdown.
•   At Mississippi State (10/19), finished with three receptions for 78 yards. Outran defenders on a 60-yard touchdown reception from Joe Burrow.
•   Against Texas A&M (11/30), caught two passes for 67 yards, including a 58-yard touchdown reception.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2018), played in 12 games and caught two passes for 42 yards. Also contributed two tackles on special teams.
•   Against Ole Miss (9/29), posted two receptions for 42 yards, including a long of 23 yards.

AS A FRESHMAN (2017), played in the first two games of the season against Brigham Young and Chattanooga.
•   Majored in interdisciplinary studies at Louisiana State.

PERSONAL: 
•   Attended Edna Karr (New Orleans, La.) High School, where he helped lead the Cougars to state championship games as both a junior and senior. Rated a three-star recruit by 247Sports, Rivals, ESPN, and Scout and listed as a Top 30 overall prospect in Louisiana by 247Sports, Rivals, and ESPN
•   As a senior in 2016, caught a pair of touchdown passes in helping Karr to a perfect 14-0 mark and the 4A state title in 2016. Named first team 4A by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association.
•   Also ran track in high school and helped the relay team to a third-place finish in the 4x200 relay in spring 2016.
•   Follow McMath on Twitter at @ohrae17_ and on Instagram at @ohrae17.
•   Son of Pam and James McMath.
•   Born Racey James McMath on June 14, 1999 in New Orleans, La.

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