Cooper Beebe NFL Draft Profile


Cooper Beebe Scouting Report: 2023 NFL Draft Prospect


2023 NFL Draft Measurements

Position: Guard

School: Kansas State

Class: Junior

Height: 6-4

Weight: 322

Cooper Beebe 40 time: 5.2 seconds (estimate)



  • Youngest offensive lineman ever to be named First Team All-Big 12 (2021)
  • Started 13 games at left tackle (2021)
  • First-Team All-Big 12 at left tackle (2021)
  • Zero sacks allowed on 367 pass block snaps (2021)
  • A 3-Star recruit out of Piper High School in Kansas City (ESPN/247 Sports)
  • Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year (Honorable Mention)
  • In high school, he also tallied 10.5 sacks, five forced fumbles, and 128 stops at defensive tackle
  • Preseason All-American. (2022)



  • Impressive ratio of size to athleticism!
  • Massive frame with light feet in the run block game, drops anchor quick, and rarely gets walked back
  • Highly physical off the snap has an effective hand punch to stun defensive linemen
  • Fluid hips, decent change of direction, and solid mirroring skills for his size
  • Versatility! Has started at LT, RT, RG, and LG over his college career
  • Impactful puller gets out in space and looks comfortable operating
  • Very alert on the interior after the snap!
  • Doesn’t freeze his feet, and is consistent at picking up stunts and blitzes
  • Instinctively manipulates defenders in the run blocking game, plays with a stout natural leverage and walks opponents back well
  • Violent hands, wide base, and powerful as you would expect from his size, and he plays every bit to it
  • He’s a brick wall in his Pass Protection as he takes on bull rushes well, and displays the ability to routinely reset and drive tackles well off there rush lanes



  • Range and length are marginal which would make the chances of him playing tackle in the NFL low despite playing the position at a high level in college.
  • Lack of arm length renders his margin for error
  • Very slim as a quicker, interior lineman
  • Foot speed could be a possible issue in “pass pro” at the next level, as he sometimes appears to be heavy-legged in transitioning into his pass sets.


Final Thoughts on Cooper Bebee Scouting Report

To sum it up, Bebee is a very physically imposing and powerful guard with the versatility to help out and perform solidly at three other spots. He’s a high-floor player who’s going to give you a powerful run blocker from either side. He also has good size to athleticism, solid pass protection, and experience. The guard position isn’t considered a high pick-worthy priority due to the fact most teams find quality guard play in rounds 5-7 and in the UDFA pool. Therefore, the draft value of interior linemen, much like running backs, receives a yearly hit. Pound for pound, Bebee is a top player in this class regardless of position and is currently my top interior offensive line prospect.


Cooper Beebe Scouting Report by Walter Stringer