"I'm trying my very best to be like LeBron, to be a LeBron in my own way. But we're not the same, you know? I feel different than he does in certain ways," Odell explained. "I might not be able to express it in such a professional way that he does. He's a little bit older than I am. He's experienced more than I have. He's been through it. He's been through it [...] But to see the way that he carries himself, that's what I want. That's what I'm reaching for, is a legacy. Outside the field, but more so on the field. I'm trying to achieve some things and be a part of things that are special."
I Am More: OBJ airs every Friday this fall exclusively on Facebook Watch, which partnered with Uninterrupted for the series.
Throughout 16 episodes, audiences will get an inside look at the Giants star's recovery from an ankle injury, his game preparation, as well as his life off the field. In support of the series, Odell conducts Facebook Live broadcasts throughout the season, shares his thoughts on each game. He also engages with fans in an official Facebook group and provides behind-the-scenes content on his Instagram.