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Name: Cooper Beebe 
College: Kansas State     Number: 50
Height: 6-3   Weight: 322
Position: OG  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2024

40 Low: 4.96
   40 Time: 5.03
  40 High: 5.08

> Projected Round: 2  Stock:    

Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 6032
Weight: 322

Zybek PD3X AKA "Official"
40 Yard Dash (ET):
 5.03
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10 Yard (ET): 1.75
10 Yard (HH): 
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 20
Vertical Jump: 27 1/2
Broad Jump: 09'01"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.61
3-Cone Drill: 7.44
-13 LBs/Projected 5.24/**-.21

Dates: 03/27/24
Hand: 09 1/4  Arm: 31 1/2
Wingspan: 

Height: 6032
Weight: 322
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 Data Scout Notes: **2023: OLOYC/1stC...2022: OLOYC/1stC...POutland/PLombardi...2021: 1stC/HMC-OLOYC...2020: NAC



 Cooper Beebe, Kansas State, Player News

  11/30/23 - OG Cooper BeeberSr/2024, Kansas State, 6-3, 322 (DS#2 OG) + More +

  2023 BIG 12 OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE YEAR: Cooper Beebe, Kansas State, Sr.,...Beebe, who was also named an All-Big 12 First Team pick for a third-straight season, is the fifth player in conference history to twice be named the Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year, an award that began in 2006. The others were Oklahoma's Creed Humphrey (2019 and 2020) and Orlando Brown (2016 and 2017), as well as Baylor's Spencer Drango (2014 and 2015) and Cyril Richardson (2012 and 2013). A native of Kansas City, Kansas, Beebe is the first K-State offensive lineman to earn three-straight All-Big 12 First Team citations from the league's coaches since Dalton Risner in 2016, 2017 and 2018. On Tuesday, Beebe was the first player in school history to be named a finalist for the Outland Trophy. - Kansas State Football

(DS#2 OG) rSr/2024 OG Cooper BeebeKansas State
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  01/07/23 - OG Cooper BeeberSr/2024, Kansas State, 6-3, 322 (DS#2 OG) + More +

  Kansas State football coach Chris Klieman has some good news to share. He expects the Wildcats to return all five starters on the offensive line next season. That includes star left guard Cooper Beebe, who was named Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year following a tremendous junior campaign with the Wildcats. "We have got a bunch of our offensive linemen returning," Klieman told ESPN on Thursday while appearing on College Football Live. "I think everybody, our top eight offensive linemen, are returning. So that is a pretty good spot." Though none of K-State's veteran offensive linemen have publicly announced that they will return for another season blocking together in front of Will Howard, it seemed like a strong possibility that they would stick together.

Beebe told reporters before the Sugar Bowl that K-State's entire offensive line had discussed the possibility of "running it back" for one more year. "We definitely have been in talks," Beebe said last week. "We have sat down at dinner a couple times and talked about it. There's nothing that has been ironed out, and it's still up in the air. But we are definitely in talks. If one of us comes back I think it's an all type of deal." It appears as though that is the plan. Beebe was a candidate to declare as an early entrant for the NFL Draft along with running back Deuce Vaughn, but it looks like he has decided to remain in college for one more year. - The Kansas City Star


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  12/30/22 - OG Cooper BeeberSr/2024, Kansas State, 6-3, 322 (DS#2 OG) + More +

  Cooper Beebe isn't the only member of Kansas State's offensive line who has a decision to make after the Wildcats take on Alabama at the Sugar Bowl later this week. Three of his fellow blockers (left tackle KT Leveston, center Hayden Gillum and right tackle Christian Duffie) all have the option to return to college and play one more season with the Wildcats as "super seniors." That means the K-State offensive line can choose to "run it back" next year and stay completely intact as a blocking unit in 2023. What are the odds that will happen? Higher than you might think.

"We definitely have been in talks," Beebe said. "We have sat down at dinner a couple times and talked about it. There's nothing that has been ironed out, and it's still up in the air. But we are definitely in talks. If one of us comes back I think it's an all type of deal." Should that happen, it would be excellent news for K-State as the Wildcats look to reload next season with star running back Deuce Vaughn potentially leaving for the NFL and Will Howard returning as starting quarterback. It sounds like K-State offensive coordinator Collin Klein is expecting good news. He told reporters on Thursday that he won't be surprised if the majority of the O-Line returns for one more year. Beebe is obviously the biggest key to the equation. The Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year is only a junior, but he is a projected pick in the upcoming NFL Draft if he decides to declare early. - The Kansas City Star


(DS#2 OG) rSr/2024 OG Cooper BeebeKansas State
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  12/24/22 - OG Cooper BeeberSr/2024, Kansas State, 6-3, 322 (DS#2 OG) + More +

  Various draft experts have Beebe going anywhere from the second round to the third day of the 2023 NFL draft, should he decide to bypass his senior year. But that decision will have to wait. "I knew that question was coming before I even walked in here," Beebe said with a chuckle Monday during the Wildcats' first media availability since the Big 12 championship game. "Right now, that's not something I'm focused on. I'm going to worry about that after the bowl game. Right now I'm just focused on Alabama." After the Sugar Bowl, Beebe will have a decision to make. Does he try his luck at the next level, or does he return and have a chance to play alongside younger brother Camden Beebe, who signed a letter of intent with the Wildcats on Wednesday?

"We've kind of already talked about it a little bit," he said. "Obviously there's a lot of things that play into it. "My brother coming here next year plays a factor into that, but it's definitely going to be a family decision for sure." Until then, there is work left to be done. "This season was huge," Beebe said of the Big 12 championship. "We knew at the start that we had a team this year and this was our year to win it. "We (achieved) our goal, but our season's not over. We've still got a story to write." - Topeka Capital Journal


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  12/09/22 - OG Cooper BeeberSr/2024, Kansas State, 6-3, 322 (DS#2 OG) + More +

  2022 ALL-BIG 12 FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM: OL Cooper Beebe, Kansas State, Jr.,...Beebe, a native of Kansas City, Kansas, has started each of the last 30 games, including all 12 contests this season at left guard. He has not surrendered a sack among his 358 pass blocking snaps this year and is currently riding a 27-game streak without allowing a sack dating back to his redshirt freshman campaign of 2020. Beebe earned All-Big 12 First Team honors for a second-straight year, the first Wildcat offensive lineman to do so since Risner was a three-time All-Big 12 First Team performer from 2016 to 2018. - Kansas State Football

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  11/30/22 - OG Cooper BeeberSr/2024, Kansas State, 6-3, 322 (DS#2 OG) + More +

  2022 BIG 12 OFFENSIVE LINEMEN OF THE YEAR: Cooper Beebe, Kansas State, Jr.,...Beebe, a native of Kansas City, Kansas, has started each of the last 30 games, including all 12 contests this season at left guard. He has not surrendered a sack among his 358 pass blocking snaps this year and is currently riding a 27-game streak without allowing a sack dating back to his redshirt freshman campaign of 2020. Beebe earned All-Big 12 First Team honors for a second-straight year, the first Wildcat offensive lineman to do so since Risner was a three-time All-Big 12 First Team performer from 2016 to 2018. - Kansas State Football

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  08/22/22 - OG Cooper BeeberSr/2024, Kansas State, 6-3, 322 (DS#2 OG) + More +

  The easy move for Cooper Beebe would have been to stay put. After all, you'd be hard pressed to find a more productive left offensive tackle in the Big 12. But with Kansas State looking to fill three holes in the middle of the line - center and both guards - as well as a leadership void left by three senior starters, taking the easy way out is the last thing on Beebe's mind. "I have the most experience on the offensive line right now and I think I've definitely stepped up into the role," said Beebe, a 6-foot-4, 322-pound junior from Piper High School in Kansas City. "Last year obviously we had (Josh) Rivas, (Ben) Adler and Noah (Johnson) and some of those guys. "We lost a huge part, but I think I've done a great job stepping up and filling that (leadership) role." Good thing, too, because offensive line coach Conor Riley is not one to leave well enough alone. Not if he sees a way to make the Wildcats stronger up front.

So when Riley began searching for the right combination to replace Johnson at center along with guards Rivas and Adler, he immediately turned to Beebe, who not only is the Wildcats' most seasoned lineman, but arguably the most versatile as well. It started in the spring, with Beebe splitting time between guard and tackle, where last year he was a first-team all-Big 12 pick by both the conference coaches and media. And by the start of preseason camp two weeks ago, it looked more and more likely that left guard would be his new home. "It's obviously a lot different than going at tackle," said Beebe, who started one game at left guard as a redshirt freshman in 2020. "Having the spring and now fall camp at guard, I have gotten used to it by now, but it's a little difference coming back and changing into it." - Topeka Capital Journal


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  08/09/22 - OG Cooper BeeberSr/2024, Kansas State, 6-3, 322 (DS#2 OG) + More +

  2022 PRESEASON ROTARY LOMBARDI AWARD WATCHLIST: Cooper Beebe, Kansas State, Jr OL,...Beebe, a product of Kansas City, Kansas, was a 13-game starter at left tackle last year who picked up First Team All-Big 12 honors from both the league's coaches and Associated Press, the youngest offensive lineman to be named to the first team by either organization. Beebe was the first Wildcat freshman or sophomore offensive lineman to be named a First Team All-Big 12 performer since Dalton Risner in 2016, while he also earned votes for the Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year Award from the league's coaches. - Kansas State Football

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  08/05/22 - OG Cooper BeeberSr/2024, Kansas State, 6-3, 322 (DS#2 OG) + More +

  While junior Cooper Beebe was a first-team all-conference selection at left tackle last year, the prevailing thought is that at 6-foot-4, 322 pounds, he might be physically better suited for a guard position. But where he ends up likely will come down to the other moving pieces. Duffie no doubt will remain at tackle, while senior Hayden Gillum and sophomore Hadley Panzer battle it out to replace two-year starter Noah Johnson at center. Then things get interesting.

If Beebe moves to guard, who steps in at tackle? "(Redshirt freshman) Andrew Leingang is the first name that jumps out at me," Klieman said. "(Senior) Kaitori Leveston is in really good shape right now, is having a really good summer and needs to be an impact player for us. But I don't know if he's the tackle and Beebs (Beebe) is the guard or vice versa. "That's the great versatility we have with those two guys. Andrew is strictly a tackle right now. Also, getting Taylor Poitier back allows us more flexibility, because with him, Hadley and Hayden Gillum, we have some guys inside." - Topeka Capital Journal


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  07/29/22 - OG Cooper BeeberSr/2024, Kansas State, 6-3, 322 (DS#2 OG) + More +

  2022 PRESEASON OUTLAND TROPHY WATCHLIST: OT Cooper Beebe, Kansas State,...Beebe is also one of 10 players from the Big 12 on the watch list for the Outland Trophy, which goes to the nation's most outstanding interior lineman on either side of the ball. He is the first Wildcat in the running for the award since Dalton Risner was a candidate in 2018. - Kansas State Football

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  02/28/22 - OG Cooper BeeberSr/2024, Kansas State, 6-3, 322 (DS#2 OG) + More +

  2021 ALL-BIG 12 HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Cooper Beebe (OLoY),...K-State had nine players pick up honorable mention accolades at their respective positions: defensive back Julius Brents, linebackers Cody Fletcher and Daniel Green, defensive tackle Eli Huggins, offensive lineman Noah Johnson, defensive back Jahron McPherson, offensive lineman Josh Rivas, defensive back Reggie Stubblefield and punter Ty Zentner. Knowles also earned an honorable mention nod as a wide receiver. - Kansas State Football

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  01/03/22 - OG Cooper BeeberSr/2024, Kansas State, 6-3, 322 (DS#2 OG) + More +

  2021 ALL-BIG 12 FIRST TEAM (COACHES): OL Cooper Beebe, Kansas State, So.,...A product of Kansas City, Kansas, Beebe is the only freshman or sophomore to earn First Team All-Big 12 honors this season. He is the Wildcats' first offensive lineman to earn First Team All-Big 12 accolades since Dalton Risner in 2018, while he is the first to pick up the honor as a freshman or sophomore since Risner in 2016. Beebe started all 12 games at left tackle, but he was versatile enough to fill in at right guard during games throughout the season. - Kansas State Football

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