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20/20: Cooper Kupp

We take a closer look at the ultra-productive wideout from Eastern Washington.

Cooper Kupp finds the end zone

Welcome to the 20/20 series. As part of our continued Dynasty Scouts coverage and in preparation for the NFL Combine, we’ll be profiling 20 of the top incoming rookies of the class of 2017 by giving you 20 facts you must know.

1.) Player Name — Cooper Kupp

2.) College — Eastern Washington University

3.) Height/Weight — 6-foot-2, 198 pounds

4.) Birth date — June 15, 1993.

5.) Class — Redshirt Senior.

6.) Basic college stats — Kupp finished his collegiate career with an astonishing 428 receptions, 6,464 receiving yards, and 73 receiving touchdowns.  In 2016, the prolific wide receiver posted a line of 117/1700/17.

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Curtis Patrick

Curtis Patrick

Curtis enjoys devising plans and executing them, in fantasy and in real-life. He is an advocate of moving quickly in response to the dynamic marketplace and never plays scared. He runs the Dynasty Command Center here at DLF. You can find Curtis on Twitter at @dynastycommand
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20/20: Cooper Kupp
4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Thomas Bonafair II

    February 12, 2017 at 2:26 pm

    Landry is listed at 5’11” most places, while Kupp is 6’2″ wherever I’ve looked. That makes Kupp more than “a little taller” than Landry. I get the comparison to a point, they’re both hands catchers, run precise routes, run the whole route tree, and are gritty bastards on the field of play.

    But 3″ in the world of physical metrics is a big deal. Kupp won’t be pigeon holed into the slot like Landry was, at least not right away. With his size I’m betting he’ll be given a shot on the outside as well, and if succeeds early on, he has the potential to line up all over the place. Inside and out, no package left out for him, and that will give him a WR1 ceiling on the right team. Love this guy, counting on him to blow up the Combine and ace his private interviews/workouts.

    Borderline late 1st/early 2nd round pick for me in rookie drafts. Keep moving him up higher and higher, and I’m fine with that.

    • Curtis Patrick

      February 13, 2017 at 10:48 pm

      Thanks for the comments. I probably should’ve used more precise language regarding the height difference between the two, but my point was more about the similarities in the style of play, which I think you saw.

      I think he will start out in the slot, but could eventually grow into a true move Z, similar to the role Larry Fitzgerald has been playing for the past several years.

  2. Stuart Fisher

    February 13, 2017 at 1:43 am

    Point 20 is important, the NFL seems to love bloodlines, could get drafted earlier than forecast

  3. Bob Brannon

    February 13, 2017 at 5:01 pm

    I’ve got him as a top 10 talent in dynasty rookie drafts. You have to watch him to see just how much better he is than the field. WR3 for me

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