|No. 85 – Tijuana Luchadores|
|Born:||July 10, 2003 (aged 36)|
|Height:||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|Weight:||170 lb (77 kg)|
|High school:||Chandler HS|
|DSFL Draft:||S14 / Round: 11 / Pick: 66|
Rod "money" Tidwell (born January 10, 2003) is an American football wide receiver for the Tijuana Luchadores of the Developmental Simulation Football League. He played college football for Arizona State University (ASU) and has declared his intent to enter the professional ranks next season.
Rod Tidwell was born in Chandler, Arizona. Rod Tidwell grew up in Arizona. Rod Tidwell is Arizona. Tidwell grew up fatherless. He was raised by a single mother with many other siblings. Rod's mother worked multiple jobs just to make sure that her kids were fed, had clothes, went to school, and could get an education. This is why money was and is so important to Rod. Rod Tidwell goes where the money is. SHOW ME THE MONEY says Rod Tidwell.
This helps him achieve the Kwan. Rod Tidwell went to Chandler HS where he was first team all world, not just all state or all country ALL WORLD. He then wen to be a 5-star blue chip player for The Arizona State Sun Devils.
As a true Freshman, Rod Tidwell dominated the Pac-12. He was the best reciever in the country early in his career. He broke Shaun MacDonalds receptions record in his first year with 102 receptions. He also topped the receiving yards record, by catching for over 1,450 yard.
His Sophomore year, was a bit of a down year by Tidwell's standards. This was largely in part due to an ankle strain he sustained at the beginning of the year. It is widely known, though not official, that this was done due to Tidwell showing off to his then girlfriend, now wife, Marcee. Tidwell was however able to catch 98 passes and gain 1,012 yards.
His Junior year was his best statistical year at ASU. Tidwell was able to catch 112 passes, gain 1,658 yards, and a stunning 28 touchdowns. This led him to win the best receiver in the nation and a finalist for season MVP. It was widely known he was going to turn pro.
By the end of Rod Tidwell's career at Arizona State University he was able to catch a total of 412 patches, 4,120 yards, and 58 TDs for his career all records for ASU.
Tidwell is currently a S15 draft pick in the NSFL and is awaiting his DSFL team.
Kwan- Tidwell both coinage the phrase and the meaning of the word Kwan. When asked what Kwan was Tidwell replied, "Kwan is both everything and nothing, it both exists and doesn't exist. Kwan is community, love, respect, and money. For Kwan cannot be without one of these things. Kwan is life, Kwan is meaning, Kwan is everything." Kwan is something that Tidwell strives for and wants to get.
SHOW ME THE MONEY - This is Tidwell's catchphrase. You can find him yelling it at defenders after a big play, saying it to reporters, at a press conference, or basically anytime he feels it, whether it is necessary or not.
College career statistics
|Ht||Wt||40‑yd dash||20‑ss||3‑cone||Vert jump||Broad||BP||Wonderlic|
|5 ft 10 in
|4.39 s||4.15 s||7.12 s||29.5 in
|11 ft 0 in
Professional career statistics
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