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Name: Josh Imatorbhebhe (Transfer from Southern California)
College: Illinois     Number: 9
Height: 6-1   Weight: 220
Position: WR  Pos2: OLB/ST
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2021

40 Low: 4.42
   40 Time: 4.52
  40 High: 4.62
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 Data Scout Notes: 2019: Media HM All-Big Ten w/33-634-19.2-9 rec, TT in 11 gms in '19. Transferred from Southern California for '19. Backup in 1 gm in '18. Backup w/2-11-5.5-0 rec in 6 gms in '17. Redshirted in '16.

 Josh Imatorbhebhe, Illinois, Player News


  Last year's leading receiver Josh Imatorbhebhe was targeted 10 times Friday night and caught three passes for 26 yards. Only tight end Daniel Barker, with three, had more than a single target. Peters looked to Imatorbhebhe early - and clearly often. "I was just throwing to where my reads took me," Peters said. "I don't drop back and just look for one guy. The guys that I found in the second half were the guys that got open." Offensive execution - or lack thereof - was both Peters' and Smith's takeaway Friday night. That was never more clear than in Illinois' struggles on third and fourth down. The Illini converted just two of their 10 third down opportunities and put up an 0-fer in three cracks by the offense at fourth down. "We had a lot of errors," Peters said. "We shot ourselves in the foot with not converting on fourth down and penalties as well. We've got to stay ahead of the chains. We've got to move the chains. If you look at the time of possession, they killed us. It was bad. We've got to focus on moving the chains, getting the first downs and executing. All those little things." - News Gazette Tribune

(DS#37 WR) rSr/2021 WR Josh ImatorbhebheIllinois
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  Peters returns his top four receivers, a group led by Josh Imatorbhebhe. The senior accounted for nine of Illinois' 19 touchdown receptions last season and averaged a whopping 19.2 yards per reception. "We definitely have our work cut out for (us) because he's definitely not a body type that you see every day and the aggressiveness that he plays with is just a little bit different for some of the corners to see," UW defensive coordinator Jim Leonhard said of Imatorbhebhe, who had a 29-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter against the Badgers. "I like our group, I like the matchups we have, but he's going to have opportunities one-on-one in this game and we've got to win them downfield." - Wisconsin State Journal

(DS#37 WR) rSr/2021 WR Josh ImatorbhebheIllinois
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  2021 SENIOR BOWL WATCH LIST: Josh Imatorbhebhe, Illinois,...2020 Athlon Preseason All-Big Ten fourth team...2019 All-Big Ten honorable mention (media)...33 receptions, 634 receiving yards, nine receiving touchdowns in 2019...Second in Illinois history in touchdown receptions in a single season (9), one behind the record of 10 set by David Williams in 1985 and Brandon Lloyd in 2001. - Illinois Football

(DS#37 WR) rSr/2021 WR Josh ImatorbhebheIllinois
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  Every time I have talked to Josh Imatorbhebhe in the last year, I get smarter. Illinois football's star receiver is thoughtful and insightful. He has seen college sports from multiple angles. So, it was no surprise to me last week when the 22-year-old Imatorbhebhe went to Twitter with his idea to have an NCAA Players Association. "We have absolutely no representation when it comes to decision making," Imatorbhebhe wrote. Of course, the reaction was swift. Some of it positive and encouraging, suggesting Imatorbhebhe lead the way. "Band together! Start one. You absolutely need a voice in all of this," one post read. "Y'all are speaking out and I love it. Do what you gotta do and we got your back!" tweeted another.

Other comments were negative. "Don't play bro, nobody is forcing you to get a free education and exposure. Walk away, get a better deal," one wrote. "Quit whining. You have it better then 90% of the people in the world, AND after college, if you take it seriously, you will have a great career with alumni always willing to help. You live in a bubble and have no clue," tweeted another. - News Gazette Tribune


(DS#37 WR) rSr/2021 WR Josh ImatorbhebheIllinois
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  NOV 11 BIG TEN CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Josh Imatorbhebhe, Illinois, Jr., WR, Suwanee, Ga./North Gwinnett,...Tallied four receptions for a career-high 178 yards and two touchdowns at Michigan State, the most receiving yards by an opponent at Spartan Stadium since at least 2000 and the most by an Illinois player ever in the 47-game series history against Michigan State...Had a 46-yard touchdown reception as time expired in the first half and an 83-yard touchdown to start the fourth quarter...Added a key 37-yard reception on 4th and 17 on the Illini's game-winning touchdown drive in the final minutes...Claims his first career Offensive Player of the Week award...Last Illinois Offensive Player of the Week: Reggie Corbin (Nov. 5, 2018). - Big Ten Football

(DS#37 WR) rSr/2021 WR Josh ImatorbhebheIllinois
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