Cooper Beebe NFL Draft

Cooper Beebe

  • IOL Kansas State
  • Junior
  • #153
  • 6'3"
  • 320lbs
  • Prospect
  • Big 12

Prospect Summary

Cooper Beebe 2023 NFL Draft Scouting Report


  • 2021 First Team All-Big-12 
  • Honorable Mention Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year


  • Scheme tendencies: Zone blocking w/ some gap concepts mixed in
  • 2022 projected role: Starting LT 

Pros: Cooper Beebe is a stout, thickly-built offensive lineman that serves as his source of strength and power to make him an effective blocker. In zone blocking schemes, Beebe does a good job making contact with defenders and also sustaining the line of scrimmage. When he has the proper leverage, he does a good job flushing defensive linemen out of a gap to create an opening for the ball carrier. In pass protection, Beebe uses his strength to anchor on defenders attempting to bull rush him. When he can get his hands on the defenders, he can really sit down on defenders and prevent them from getting penetration. 

Cons: At Kansas State, Cooper Beebe plays LT and his issues as a blocker derive from his lack of length and range. Beebe lacks the length and wingspan to run defenders around the arc to prevent them from getting to the quarterback. On many occasions, defenders are able to turn the corner on him and get to the quarterback. His lack of length also affects his ability to react to twists and stunts by the defense. As gaps open wider due to the twist and stunts, Beebe lacks the length to play in space and make contact with defenders to prevent them from getting penetration into the backfield. Beebe plays OT for the Wildcats but his frame limitations show that he should be much better if he moves inside to guard or even center.

Cooper Beebe NFL Draft Scouting Report by Keith Sanchez