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Name: Isaiah Likely 
College: Coastal Carolina     Number: 4
Height: 6-3   Weight: 245
Position: TE  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Jr/2022

40 Low: 4.72
   40 Time: 4.82
  40 High: 4.90
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Weight: 245

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: 1stC...P2ndC...2019: 3rdC...PMackey

 Isaiah Likely, Coastal Carolina, Player News


  Tight end Isaiah Likely is considered an NFL prospect after an impressive junior year that included an average of more than 20 yards per catch despite playing most of the season with a foot injury that required postseason surgery, but he told The Sun News earlier this year he was returning and reiterated that on social media. - Myrtle Beach Online

(DS#20 TE) Jr/2022 TE Isaiah LikelyCoastal Carolina
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  2020 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM: Isaiah Likely, Coastal Carolina, TE,...Perhaps the most explosive tight end in the nation, Likely totaled 25 catches for 517 yards and four touchdowns this season for the Chants. His 517 receiving yards were 11th in the Sun Belt overall but first among all Sun Belt tight ends, while his average yards per catch of 20.7 yards per reception was third in the Sun Belt. Despite missing one game and playing with a lower-body injury that will require surgery at the end of the season, Likely caught at least one pass in nine of the 10 games in which he played and recorded a career-high 118 receiving yards in the win over Appalachian State. He had catches of 75, 72, and 57 yards on the season, all three of which were the longest pass plays on the season for CCU's offense. - Coastal Carolina Football

(DS#20 TE) Jr/2022 TE Isaiah LikelyCoastal Carolina
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  The junior has emerged as perhaps CCU's most dangerous playmaker to help the Chants (9-0) reach No. 18 in the College Football Playoff ranking, and he is expected to have an opportunity to prove himself in the NFL when he chooses to leave school. "He's a special, special player. We think he's a next level player," CCU head coach Jamey Chadwell said. "He's 6-4, 250 and he runs really well. He's very gifted from a standpoint of being able to run and being very physical and strong, just a natural strength. He's got great hands. "The way the NFL is and the way they use tight ends I do think he has a good shot of having a chance to continue his playing career beyond college. He has that type of skill set."

Likely has 17 receptions for 423 yards and four TDs in eight games this season - which are all second or third on the team - for an average of 24.9 yards per catch, which is in the top five in the country. His production has come despite missing a game and otherwise playing through an undisclosed lower body injury that will require surgery after the season, according to Likely and Chadwell. "He's got a lot of toughness," Chadwell said. "He was banged up and we're trying to work him back in slowly and the last couple weeks he's gotten accustomed to his injury and playing through the pain, and he's had two really big games the last couple weeks and he's a huge part of our offense. He makes us very dynamic." - Myrtle Beach Online


(DS#20 TE) Jr/2022 TE Isaiah LikelyCoastal Carolina
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  Junior tight end Isaiah Likely was a big part of the CCU offense early in the season, but he has been hampered by a lower body injury of late that forced him to miss the Louisiana game on Oct. 17 and has affected his production. He also just hasn't been targeted much in recent games. In the three games prior to Saturday, Likely had three catches for 17 yards. But he was a focus Saturday. The big and fast 6-foot-4, 245-pounder was targeted on CCU's first offensive play despite having two Mountaineers in coverage and was hit by Grayson McCall for a 75-yard TD. He finished with three catches for 118 yards and had a drop that would have been a big gain.

"Whether I'm getting involved or not I love seeing my team celebrate, seeing my team in the end zone, blowing teams out and staying undefeated," Likely said. "So it happened today where we knew what they were going to do with the linebackers and safety, giving me the ball and letting me go do what they recruited, it was a just a fantastic opportunity." Likely now has 13 receptions for 350 yards and four TDs this season for an average of nearly 27 yards per catch. - Myrtle Beach Online


(DS#20 TE) Jr/2022 TE Isaiah LikelyCoastal Carolina
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  2020 PRESEASON ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): TE - Isaiah Likely, Coastal Carolina,...A 2019 John Mackey Award watch list member, Likely was named to the All-Sun Belt third team last year as a sophomore. Likely was one of just 21 players in all of the Sun Belt to record a 100-yard receiving game with 107 yards in the season-finale versus Texas State on Nov. 23. The tight end was a constant threat for the Chants' offense last year, as he hauled in at least one pass in all 12 games and has recorded a reception in 15-straight games dating back to his freshman year in 2018. He finished the season ranked among the league leaders in tight ends with 32 receptions, 431 receiving yards, and a team-high five touchdowns. - Coastal Carolina Football

(DS#20 TE) Jr/2022 TE Isaiah LikelyCoastal Carolina
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  There is still a lot of uncertainty surrounding the return of athletics at Coastal Carolina University, including how teams will handle coronavirus testing and in what manner games will be played. But two things are clear. There will be athletic department spending cuts in multiple forms, and the Chanticleers will try to play their 2020 football schedule in full. CCU athletics and on-campus classes have been suspended since early March because of COVID-19, and the university has suffered financially because of the pandemic, which will be reflected in athletics. The Chants are scheduled to begin their football season on Sept. 5 at South Carolina. "In our situation, our plan is to play our 12 games," CCU director of athletics Matt Hogue said Tuesday. "So far I think the plan for the Sun Belt [Conference] is everyone seems to be uniform in the goal to move forward with the season as scheduled, and right now it remains on schedule, as do the other fall sports we compete in." Hogue said no scheduled football opponents have contacted him requesting a change. "This is an every day evolving situation as everyone knows so certainly you could have a significant change that affects all of that," he said. - Myrtle Beach Online

(DS#20 TE) Jr/2022 TE Isaiah LikelyCoastal Carolina
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  2019 ALL-SUN BELT THIRD TEAM (COACHES): Isaiah Likely, Coastal Carolina (So., TE, Maiden, Mass.),...A 2019 John Mackey Award watch list member, Likely was one of just 21 players in all of the Sun Belt to record a 100-yard receiving game with 107 yards in the season-finale versus Texas State on Nov. 23. The sophomore tight end was a constant threat for the Chants' offense this season, as he hauled in at least one pass in all 12 games and has recorded a reception in 15-straight games dating back to last season. He finished the season ranked among the league leaders in tight ends with 32 receptions, 431 receiving yards and a team-high five touchdowns. - Coastal Carolina Football

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  2019 PRESEASON JOHN MACKEY AWARD WATCH LIST: Isaiah Likely, SO, Coastal Carolina,...A 2019 Phil Steele Preseason Sun Belt All-Conference fourth team selection, Likely play in all 12 games as a true freshman in 2018. The first-year Chant finished the season tied for the team lead with five touchdown receptions on the year, coming on strong at the end of the year by hauling in nine passes for 57 yards and four touchdowns over the last three games.

The Massachusetts native, caught 12 passes for 106 yards and averaged 8.8 yards per catch, which included a 29-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter in the win at Louisiana (Sept. 22), four receptions for 13 yards and a touchdown versus Arkansas State (Nov. 10) and four catches for 13 yards and two touchdowns against Georgia Southern. He also grabbed one pass for a season-long 31 yards and a touchdown at South Alabama (Nov. 23). - Coastal Carolina Football


(DS#20 TE) Jr/2022 TE Isaiah LikelyCoastal Carolina
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