2x Super Bowl Champion, LeSean McCoy remains one of the top NFL running backs for the last decade. During LeSean's senior year at Bishop McDevitt High School, he suffered a compound fracture to his ankle which jeopardized his college career, but more importantly his hopes of playing in the NFL. LeSean overcame his injury and eventually attended the University of Pittsburgh. In just two seasons, LeSean left with titles of: Big East Rookie of the Year, Big East Offensive Player of the Year and 2x First Team All Big East. LeSean declared for the 2009 NFL draft after his Sophomore year.
LeSean's NFL dreams came true, he was drafted in the second round by the Philadelphia Eagles. McCoy went on to break the all-time Eagles rookie rushing record with 606 yards. His 2013 season was one for the books, he led the league in rushing and was awarded the NFC Offensive Player of the Year. LeSean continued to shine for the Eagles, appearing in three Pro Bowls during his six seasons with the Eagles.
After a run with the Buffalo Bills, LeSean landed in Kansas City where he made an immediate impact on the high- powered offense finishing his season with 5 touchdowns. LeSean's veteran presence helped lead the Chiefs to victory in the 2020 Super Bowl!
Next, LeSean didn't stop there, he took his talents to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers where he earned himself another Super Bowl Title. This 12 year NFL legend's hard work, cut on a dime ability and exceptional speed made him a 6x Pro Bowler and 2x First Team All-Pro in his NF career. In 2021, LeSean signed a one day contract with the Eagles where he decided to officially retire as a Philadelphia Eagle.