First-team All-SEC. 2nd Round NFL Pick. Financial Advisor.
A Charlotte, North Carolina native, Mohamed was the second round pick for the Cleveland Browns in the 2009 NFL draft where he recorded two 100-yard receiving games his rookie year, the first Browns rookie to have two or more such games in a season since Kevin Johnson in 1999.
Before joining the NFL, Mohamed earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology taking only 3.5 years from the University of Georgia where he was named the 2008 team captain, selected as a first-team All-Southeastern Conference and Academic All-SEC member, and received the team's Leon Farmer Award for his dedication to the strength and conditioning program and academics.
Mohamed attended Independence High School helping his team win 77 consecutive games and capture four consecutive North Carolina state 4A championships while setting the North Carolina state prep records for career receiving yards (4,851) in a season (2004), touchdown catches in a career (76), and touchdown catches in a season (32 as a senior).
Since retiring from the NFL, Mohamed has worked as a financial advisor at Morgan Stanley. In Spring 2017, while riding ATVs with friends, Mohamed was involved in an accident that resulted in the amputation of most of his left hand. Most recently following the accident, Mohamed is an entrepreneur and a speaker focusing on finding opportunities in adversity, maximizing the present, and athletes in business.
Mohamed is a member of the 2018 UGA 40 under 40 class. He has studied at the Harvard Business School, completing their Business of Entertainment, Media and Sports program led by Anita Elberse. He will begin Harvard’s Program for Leadership Development, which functions as their alternative eMBA, in fall 2018.
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