Rankings Updated: 1970-01-01
Ranked as the #16 athlete in the nation by ESPN.com....rated as the #37 athlete in the nation and 37th best player in Georgia by Rivals.com...#34 outside linebacker in the nation and #37 player in Georgia by Scout.com ...#33 player in Georgia by SuperPrep...in 2009 had 120 rushes for 828 yards and seven touchdowns as a running back...had seven punt returns for a 17.3 average and had two punt returns for touchdowns...had just one kickoff return, but he took it 80 yards for a score...on defense, had 102 total tackles, including 69 first hits...had 12 tackles for loss and one interception...named to All-Southeast Region by Prep Stars...son of former Auburn player Victor Beasley, who played at Auburn from 1982-84...played in the Georgia North-South All-Star game, he had a blocked field goal in that contest...first-team All-State by Associated Press and Georgia Sportswriter Association...committed to the Tigers in August...named all-county and all-area his last two years...also played high school basketball and AAU basketball...averaged a double-double for the AAU Georgia All-Stars...coached by Jim Kremer at Adairsville High School...recruited by Billy Napier, Napier's father is offensive coordinator at Adairsville High...chose Clemson over Alabama, Auburn, and Stanford....born July 8, 1992.
Mickey Plyler on Vic Beasley: "Beasley reminds me of former Tiger Ben Hall because of how athletic Beasley is entering school. He is not quite as thick as Hall but he is similar because he can stretch the field vertically. Beasley is a basketball body that could develop into a terrific pass catching tight end."
Reminds Plyler of: Ben Hall
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