Cooper Kupp is the third Kupp generation to make it into the National Football League (NFL). His grandfather Jake was placed 116th in the overall standings, his father Craig placed 135th in the league, while Cooper was named 69th in the 2017 NFL Draft as an NFL player who continues the family legacy.
Here we’ll take a closer look at his biography, family, NFL career, body statistics, and everything else we’ve found to make this young dome special by playing America’s most popular sport.
Cooper Kupp’s Bio
Cooper Douglas Kupp was born in Yakima, Washington, the son of former NFL quarterback Craig Kupp and his wife Karin Kupp (personal trainer and former soccer player at Pacific Lutheran University). His brother is Ketner Kupp, with whom he attended Davis High School in Yakima (Washington), where he played both soccer and basketball.
However, soccer would take up most of his time, as he was more focused on the grid game, where he played either as a defensive back or as a wide receiver for the Davis Pirates. Cooper recorded a total of 110 catches over 2,100 yards in his preparation career, for which he was recognized as a two-way all-state pick. The first Team 4A All-State honored him as a defensive back and as one of the top 100 prospects in Washington.
For college, Cooper Kupp enrolled at Eastern Washington University in 2012 to study economics. He also played for the Eastern Washington Eagles football team under coach Beau Baldwin. At the beginning of his college career, Kupp was retired in the first year of college, but when he started playing from 2013 to 2016, the boy showed how talented he was with the ball by breaking and setting numerous team and country records.
He played a total of 52 college games, achieving a record of 6,464 rushing yards, a receiving yard average of 125.7, 428 receptions, and 73 touchdowns. His college laurels include the Jerry Rice Award (2013), Big Sky Conference Freshman of the Year (2013), third place All-Big Sky Conference Punt Returner (2014), second Division I Academic All-American (CoSIDA) (2014), 2x Big Sky Conference Offensive Player of the Year (2015-16) and 4x FCS All-American First Team (AFCA, AP, STATS) (2013-16).
The soccer prodigy finished 69th in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft selected by the Los Angeles Rams. This made him the second-highest student from East Washington to enter the draft round after Michael Roos, who was voted 41st overall by the Tennessee Titans in the 2005 NFL Draft.
His rookie contract was a four-year $3.83 million contract with a signing bonus of $954,760. In addition to the Rams, he was named the fourth wide receiver behind his better-rated teammates Sammy Watkins, Robert Woods, and Tavon Austin. Kupp has played 15 games in the regular season, 6 of which he has started. So far the young wide receiver has recorded 62 receptions for 869 yards with 5 touchdowns. While playing his career with The Mob Squad and then with other teams he joins, Cooper kupp has every reason to make it to the top of the league.
Family and Wife
He comes from a family of soccer players and is certainly good at keeping the family legacy alive.
Cooper’s grandfather, Jake Kupp, played in college for the University of Washington as an offensive lineman, he came in 1964 in the 9th round of the NFL draft as the 116th in the NFL when he was selected by the Dallas Cowboys. During his time in the league, he played for the Washington Redskins, the Atlanta Falcons, and most recently the New Orleans Saints, after which he was inducted into their Hall of Fame in 1991.
His son and Cooper’s father, Craig Kupp, also came after Senior Kupp. He played college football at Montana Tech and Pacific Lutheran University before he finished in the fifth round of the 1990 NFL draft for the New York Giants in 135th place overall. He later played for the Phoenix Cardinals and the Dallas Cowboys.
The youngest Kupp has founded his own family, he is married to Anna Kupp. She used to be Anna Marie Croskrey, after she was born on March 22, 1994, in Kennewick, Washington. We received the names of her parents, Nathan and Veronica Croskrey, who had three other children in the family; boys – Matthew and Aaron, and a girl named Sarah.
They enrolled Anna at Richland High School in Richland, which she graduated in 2012, before going to Eastern Washington University to study Public Relations. During her high school years, she participated in athletics events, just like her current husband.
In the course of their sporting lives, the two met on one occasion when Anna Cooper was to present a medal for an athletics event he had won. The attraction between the two was instantaneous and lasted from then on until college, as they were loyal to each other. In the spring of 2014, the Wide Receiver engaged the Belle and on June 20, 2015, they were declared man and wife. The couple has made it their mission to raise the next generation of Kupp’s, and after the birth of their son, Cooper Jameson Kupp, as announced on Instagram, they are on the right track.
Cooper Kupp, the wide receiver of the Los Angeles Rams, stands at a height of 1.85 m. At this height, it weighs 94 kg (208 lbs), which is a slight increase over the 93 kg (204 lbs) it weighed in its preliminary designs. Kupp has an arm length of 31½ in (0.80 m), which is just right for his hand, which measures 9½ in (0.24 m).