Cooper Kupp- Wiki, Age, Height, Wife, Net Worth, Ethnicity, Career

Cooper Douglas Kupp is an American football wide receiver with the National Football League’s Los Angeles Rams. He attended Eastern Washington University, where he earned the Walter Payton Award as a junior, and was drafted by the Rams in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft.

Quick Facts

User NameCooper Kupp
Nickname / Stage NameCooper
ProfessionAmerican Football Player
Date of Birth15th June 1993
Age31 Years Old
Birth PlaceYakima, Washington
HometownUpdate Soon
SchoolDavis High School
Height (Inches)6.2
Weight (Kilogram)In Kilograms- 94 kg
FatherCraig Kupp
Marital StatusMarried
Wife  Anna Croskery
SonCooper Jameson Kupp, Cypress Stellar Kupp
Net Worth $2.06 million

Cooper Kupp Biography

Cooper Kupp was born on June 15, 1993, in Yakima, Washington, with the middle name Douglas. He attended Davis High School, where he excelled in both football and basketball. He had 110 receptions for 2,100 yards and three years of basketball lettering by the time he graduated in 2012. Cooper Kupp is the oldest of four children born to Karin and Craig Kupp. He is the third generation of Kupps to be elected to the National Football League, coming from a family of professional football players. His father, a former NFL quarterback, was drafted by the New York Giants in the fifth round of the 1990 draft after playing collegiate football at Pacific Lutheran University. In 1991, he also played for the Phoenix Cardinals and the Dallas Cowboys.

Moving on, he enrolled at Eastern Washington University and registered with the Eastern Washington Eagles football team to play collegiate football. He concluded his career with a total of 6,464 career yards (the most in FCS history) and 73 touchdowns (first in FCS history).

Cooper Kupp Height, Weight, Body measurement

The wide receiver for the Los Angeles Rams measures 1.8m 2 inches tall and weighs 208 pounds (94 kg). He was barely 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighed 120 pounds as a high school freshman. Cooper’s physical development did not begin until his junior year, but by the time he reached college, he had grown to a sculpted 6 feet 112 inches and weighed 205 pounds (92.9 kg).


  • Cooper started his football career at Eastern Washington University, where he signed a letter of intent with coach Beau Baldwin’s Eastern Washington Eagles in 2012.
  • In 2013, he redshirted for the first time as a wide receiver and finished the season with several single-season schools and national receiving records at the Football Championship Subdivision level.
  • On December 16, 2013, he was also named the recipient of the 2013 Jerry Rice Award.
    He got the 2013 FCS Wide Receiver Award at the College Football Performance Awards on January 9, 2014.
  • In 13 games as a sophomore, he caught 104 receptions for 1,431 yards and 16 touchdowns.
    He finished 18th in the 2014 Walter Payton Award voting.
  • During the 2015 season, he had 114 catches for 1,642 yards and 19 touchdowns in 11 games.
    He also won the Walter Payton Award, becoming the third Eastern Washington player and just the second wide receiver to do it since Villanova’s Brian Finneran in 1997.
  • After rumors that he was considering entering the 2016 NFL Draft, he announced on November 30, 2015, that he will stay for his senior season.
    During the 2016 season, he had 117 receptions for 1,700 yards and 17 touchdowns.
  • Later, he played for the North in the 2017 Senior Bowl, where he made two receptions for 14 yards in a 16-15 defeat against the South.
    According to, he is the eighth-best wide receiver in the draft.
  • The Los Angeles Rams selected him in the third round (69th overall) in the 2017 NFL Draft.
    He agreed to terms with the Los Angeles Rams on a four-year contract for $3.83 million, including a $954,760 signing bonus.
  • Cooper made his professional regular-season debut against the Indianapolis Colts in the Rams’ season opener.
    On January 6, 2018, he recorded eight receptions for 69 yards and a score in his first career playoff game, but the Rams lost 26-13 to the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC Wild Card Game.
  • He caught nine passes for 162 yards and two touchdowns against the Minnesota Vikings on September 27, 2018.


  • 1st in college football all-division career receiving yards: 6,464 yards
  • 1st in FCS career receiving touchdowns: 73 touchdowns
  • 1st in FCS career receptions: 428 receptions
  • 1st in Big Sky career total touchdowns: 77 touchdowns
  • 1st in Eastern Washington single-game receptions: 20 receptions
  • 1st in Eastern Washington career all-purpose yards: 7,038 yards

Cooper Kupp’s Net Worth

Cooper’s net worth is probably in the millions since he is one of the league’s highest-paid players. Cooper Kupp of the Los Angeles Rams has made $2.06 million for two seasons, placing him 2263rd among active NFL players. He earned $704K in 2017, ranking 91st among wide receivers and 878th overall in the NFL. His career, on the other hand, provides him with a steady salary.

Cooper Kupp Wife, Marriage, Children

Cooper Kupp married Anna Kupp, who was born Anna Marie Croskrey in Kennewick, Washington on March 22, 1994. Anna Croskrey is the daughter of Nathan and Veronica Croskrey, and she has three brothers and sisters called Matthew, Aaron, and Sarah.
She attended Richland High School in Richland, Washington, and after graduating in 2012, she enrolled at Eastern Washington University to study Public Relations. The pair met via athletics, which is understandable given that Anna was in track and Cooper was on the Eastern University Eagles football team at the time. The soccer star proposed to his girlfriend in the spring of 2014, and they married on June 20, 2015. Cooper said on their wedding day how he knew Anna was the one for him the instant they met.

Cooper Jameson Kupp, their first kid, was born in early July 2018, and who knows what the future holds. He might be the fourth generation of the Kupps to play in the National Football League.

Awards & Achievement

Here are the awards and honors Kupp won in college:

  • 2013 Jerry Rice Award (2013)
  • Big Sky Conference Freshman of the Year (2013)
  • Phil Steel first-team freshman All-American (2013)
  • WCFF first-team FCS All-American (2013, 2015-16)
  • 2x Big Sky Conference Offensive Player of the Year (2015-16)
  • 4x First-team All-Big Sky Conference Wide Receiver (2013-16)
  • Second-team All-Big Sky Conference Punt Returner (2016)
  • Third-team All-Big Sky Conference Punt Returner (2014)
  • 4x Consensus (AFCA, AP, STATS) FCS All-American (2013-16)
  • 2x First-team Division I Academic All-American (2015-16)
  • Second-team Division I Academic All-American (2014)
  • Walter Payton Award (2015)
  • FCS Athletic Director’s Association Offensive Player of the Year (2016)

Interesting Facts

  • Cooper Kupp went to Davis High and said that he didn’t receive a single college offer following his final high school football game. That is insane!
  • Cooper Kupp attended Eastern Michigan University, where he put up some insane numbers. Throughout his undergraduate career, he shattered numerous of NFL Hall of Famer Jerry Rice’s receiving records and established at least 15 FCS marks.
  • Kupp was an All-American all four years at Eastern Michigan. He is the only athlete to have received both the Jerry Rice Award and the Walter Payton Award, according to
  • Cooper Kupp attended an FCS institution, but he also competed against FBS opponents on the gridiron. He averaged nine receptions, 157 yards, and almost two touchdowns per game while playing against FBS teams. He performed well in both categories.
  • It’s in the blood. Cooper’s father, Craig Krupp, was picked by the New York Giants in the fifth round of the 1990 NFL Draft. Cooper’s grandpa, Jake Krupp, was a Hall of Fame offensive lineman with the New Orleans Saints from 1964 to 1975.