BENCH PRESS: 15 REPS
VERTICAL JUMP: 31.0 INCH
BROAD JUMP: 115.0 INCH
- Strength to fight through contact
- Extremely competitive
- Has an excellent release off the line that can be hard to jam
- Short and compact, but really strong for his size
- Beat many defenders within the first few steps off of the snap
- Instant speed, and instantly his his top gear
- Great balance and body control
- Changes direction with ease
- Excellent in and out of his breaks
- Good footwork
- Can create throwing windows with ease
- Not so great catch radius
- Doesn’t have the desired length
- Struggles when contested in making a catch
- Inconsistent hands
- Tight hips during his route running
- Lacks agility
- Limited route tree
I am not a big fan of Cooper, or what he brings to a team. He relies so much on just straight-line speed, which limits him in the NFL. But, even though he relies on that, his straight line speed isn’t blazing speed.
From scouting him, the best way I can see him being utilized is as a rotational slot receiver who takes the top off a defense to help open underneath throws. I just find Cooper to be a limited player, with limited fit in both scheme and style.
Broncos Round Projection: Late 5th-Early 7th
Where He Goes: Late 3rd-Early 5th
Per sources: He is a hard worker and competitive, but lacks what a lot of teams want from their receivers.
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