Who Is Cooper Beebe? Height, Weight, Age, and More

Kansas State offensive lineman Cooper Beebe had a phenomenal college career. Here is everything to know about Beebe as he heads to the NFL.

Kansas State’s Cooper Beebe was one of the best offensive linemen in college football. He’s one of the most experienced and versatile linemen in the 2024 NFL Draft and has over 40 career starts with playing experience at left tackle, left guard, right guard, and right tackle.

Here is everything to know about Beebe ahead of the 2024 NFL Draft.

How Tall Is Cooper Beebe?

Beebe stands at 6’3 1/4″. He ran a 5.03-second 40-yard dash with a 1.74-second 10-yard split and also logged a 9’1″ broad jump, a 4.61-second shuttle time, and a 7.44-second three-cone at the NFL Combine, which paced him near the 96th percentile among guard prospects.

How Much Does Beebe Weigh?

Beebe weighs in at 322 pounds. He’s a hyper-dense and well-leveraged lineman with elite mass and physicality.

How Old Is Beebe?

Beebe was born May 19, 2001, and is 22 years old. He was born in Kansas City, Kansas, and attended Piper High School.

What School Did Beebe Go To?

Beebe lettered four years at Piper, including the final season under head coach Rick Pollard, and was rated the 79th-best defensive tackle in the Class of 2019 by ESPN. The organization also ranked him the ninth-best player in the state of Kansas.

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Beebe totaled 128 tackles with 34 tackles for loss, 10.5 sacks, and five forced fumbles during his high school career. He committed to play college football at Kansas State.

Revisiting Beebe’s College Career

In 2019, Beebe played against Bowling Green and Kansas as a reserve offensive lineman, retaining his redshirt for the season.

In his second year in 2020, he played in nine games with eight starts. Beebe started the first three games at right tackle before an injury sidelined him for one contest. He then started four more games at right tackle and the final game at left guard.

Beebe was part of a unit that helped K-State tie for first in the Big 12 and 27th nationally in sacks allowed (14), while the Wildcats led the conference and ranked fourth in the nation in red-zone offense (93.9%).

In 2021, Beebe was a 13-game starter at left tackle and picked up first-team All-Big 12 honors from both the league’s coaches and the Associated Press. He was the youngest offensive lineman to be named to the first team by either organization.

Beebe did not allow a sack among his 367 pass-blocking snaps. He was one of the top interior offensive linemen in the nation during the 2022 season and started all 14 games at left guard.

Beebe was named a first-team All-American by The Athletic, ESPN, FOX Sports, and Sporting News, a second-team All-American by the Associated Press, CBS Sports, Pro Football Focus, and USA TODAY, and an honorable mention All-American by Phil Steele.

Beebe was also named the Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year by the league’s coaches and a first-team all-conference selection by both the coaches and Associated Press for a second-straight season.

Starting all 13 games at left tackle in 2023, Beebe earned plenty more accolades en route to consensus All-American honors, becoming the first K-State offensive lineman to earn the distinction, the 12th overall player to earn the honor, and the 14th in school history.

Beebe’s Potential in the NFL

Pro Football Network draft analyst Ian Cummings said Beebe is reliable and a steady lineman in every sense of the word.

“He explodes off the snap, bounds into space with stellar range, and has great natural leverage,” Cummings wrote.

“Beebe’s physical tools safely pass the threshold of a starter, but his high floor is his chief selling point. Beebe’s pass sets are always clean and controlled, and his hands are fast and efficient. As a run blocker, his elite football IQ and angle awareness always keep him in the right place — and it’s all melded together by brute competitive toughness.”

KEEP READING: Ian Cummings’ Full Scouting Report of Cooper Beebe

Some of Beebe’s strengths, according to Cummings, include having great burst and range when he’s able to pull and attack defenders in space and having the lateral mobility to keep rushers in front of him and quickly adjust his alignment.

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