Biography: Three-year starter who caught 7 passes for 43 yards as a senior while accumulating no rushing statistics. Carried the ball just once as a junior with 12/110/1 as a receiver.
Positives: "Underrated and relatively athletic blocker who's been solid on the college level. Bends his knees, has good quickness, and shows terrific blocking vision. Redirects to linebackers on the second level, moves well on his feet, and seals opponents from the action. Solid receiver out of the backfield."
Negatives: Lacks the strength to finish off blocks. Not an offensive threat. Average speed and ability on the second level.
Analysis: Cooper is a competitive lead blocker who does the little things well. He lacks the top size/speed numbers for the next level yet would be an effective backup in a West Coast or timing system.
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