EWU receiver to return

December 2, 2015

Star FCS WR to stay in school … Eastern Washington  junior WR Cooper Kupp, one of the most productive receivers in college football history at any level, has announced that he will remain at EWU for his senior season next fall. The 6-2, 205-pound Kupp, who had been considered to be a potential mid-round pick if he had opted to enter the 2016 draft, was named the 2015 Big Sky offensive player of the year and will likely be selected as a first-team All-American for the third straight year after he led all FCS receivers with 114 receptions this fall for over 1,600 yards and 19 scores. One reason why Kupp opted to return to school was for the opportunity to play alongside his younger brother Ketner, an EWU linebacker who was a freshman this season.