Born in Chicago. Three sport varsity stand out at Thornton High School. Selected in 14th round of Major League Baseball draft by the Chicago Cubs. Declines. Accepts football scholarship to Indiana University.
Enters Indiana University. Plays basketball for legendary coach Bobby Knight.
Stand out quarterback on the Indiana Hoosiers football team. Wins Big Ten Player of the Week.
Plays outfield for the Indiana Hoosiers baseball team.
Graduates. Selected 2nd round in the NFL draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Plays for legendary coach Bill Cowher.
Makes touchdown pass as a wide receiver for the Steelers in Super Bowl XL, the only wide receiver in Super Bowl history to do so.
Signed by the Washington Redskins as a wide receiver. Plays for legendary coach Joe Gibbs.
Re-signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers; retires next year from the NFL.
Big Ten Conference names Freshman of the Year Award in Antwaan Randle El’s honor. Premieres on the Big Ten Network. Graduates with Masters from Washington University.
Co-founds Virginia Academy. Serves as Athletic Director and Basketball Coach. The EL Foundation enters over a decade of funding inner city youth educational initiatives.