From Midland, Texas, Goodley set a school-record 1,747 receiving yards in high school en route to being a first-team All-District 2-5A and first-team All-Permian Basin contributor. He was ranked by ESPN.com as the 73rd best receiver in the nation before committing to the University of Baylor.
Goodley flourished at Baylor. An All-American receiver, Goodley ranks fourth on school career receiving TDs list (21), sixth on career receiving yards list (2,366) and ninth on all-time catches (150). He is also ranked third in school history with 12 100-yard reception games, seventh on all-purpose yardage (3,533), seventh on kick return average (23.04), 10th on kick return yardage (1,037) and 10th on kick returns (45). He earned All-Big 12 honors in both seasons as starter (2013 & 2014), was a semifinalist for 2013 Biletnikoff Award, and a semi-finalist for the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award. He was also listed as a top-5 Senior WR by draft specialist Mel Kiper: “Goodley possesses pure speed, but with the ability to make contested catches.”
Undrafted in 2015, the 5’10”, 212 lbs Goodley was signed by the Dallas Cowboys. He also has spent time on the Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers practice squads, as well as a stint with the Kansas City Chiefs.
In 2018, the 26-year old Goodley will return to Texas to participate in The Spring League, looking to prove to NFL scouts he has plenty left in the tank.
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