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Cooper is a polished route runner. In fact, he’s one of the most smooth route runners to come out in recent memory. He also shows great fluidity in and out of his breaks. He’s elusive in space, often times making defenders miss tackles. Don’t look for him to run out of bounds. He’s as physical a receiver as they come. He welcomes contact and breaks tackles. His production was outstanding. He won the Biletnikoff Award in 2014, which is given to college football's best receiver. He was also a Heisman Trophy candidate, finishing behind Marcus Mariota and Melvin Gordon in the voting.
He doesn’t catch everything. There are times when he loses focus and drops a catchable ball. Is he a physical specimen like West Virginia’s Kevin White?
Finding flaws in Cooper’s game is tough. He’s as NFL ready as any prospect in this class. His athleticism, route running and toughness make him one of the highest graded receivers to enter the NFL this decade. Simply put, defense could not guard him with one man in 2014. Florida cornerback Vernon Hargreaves, who could be a future first-round pick, tried to matchup with Cooper in a game last year. The Alabama standout torched him for 201 yards and three touchdowns. Cooper will be a favorite to earn Offensive Rookie of the Year honors this season. 10 years from now, people may consider him the best player from this year's draft.