The Pittsburgh Steelers selected JuJu Smith-Schuster in the second round of the 2017 National Football League Draft.
He boasts a number of other records as well, including the youngest player to reach 2,500 career receiving yards and the first player to have two offensive touchdowns of at least 97 yards each.
He is the first player in NFL history to have two offensive touchdowns of at least 97 yards each. He is well-known off the field for his social media activity and his love of esports.
JuJu Smith-Schuster first put on football cleats at the age of eight. Snoop Dogg served as his youth football coach when he participated in the Snoop Youth Football League.
The title of being the high school in the United States that produced the most football players who went on to play professionally in the National Football League was held by Long Beach Polytechnic High School.
When he decided against going to the University of Oregon, he announced that he will instead enroll at the University of Southern California.
He played Fresno State in his debut game as a true freshman and hauled in four passes for 123 yards and two scores.
He played in 14 games as a sophomore and finished with 1,454 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns, setting a new career high.
He made the choice to forego his senior year after the 2016 season ended in order to enter the NFL Draft in 2017. He left school before receiving his diploma but later returned to finish his university coursework.
Was JuJu Smith-Schuster adopted?
Smith is the name of JuJu Smith-Biological Schuster’s father, who, according to various reports, did not play an active role in his children’s life.
As a result of the fact that his mother married another man named Lawrence Schuster, who went on to become his stepfather, and as a result of the love that Lawrence Schuster showed him, Smith-Schuster legally hyphenated his last name after he turned 18 and added Schuster in honor of his stepfather.