Amari Cooper, an American football wide receiver with the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League, was born on June 17, 1994. (NFL). He played college football for Alabama, where in 2014 he won the Biletnikoff Award as the country’s top receiver and was selected as an undisputed All-American. The Oakland Raiders picked Cooper with the fourth overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, when he was widely regarded as the top wide receiver prospect.
Cooper struggled in his third season with the Raiders, compiling just 680 yards after strong rookie and sophomore campaigns that included back-to-back 1,000-yard campaigns and two Pro Bowl berths. He was moved to the Dallas Cowboys in the middle of the 2018 season, where his play started to thrive once more. He even put up a 217-yard effort, and as a result, he was selected for his third career Pro Bowl. Cooper had consecutive 1,000-yard seasons in 2019 and 2020 and was named to the Pro Bowl in that year.
Cooper attended Miami Northwestern Senior High School in Miami, Florida. Despite missing much of the season as a junior due to an injury, Teddy Bridgewater still used Cooper as one of his top targets, and Cooper finished the year with 16 receptions for 175 yards and four touchdowns. Before his senior year, Cooper dominated the 7-on-7 league on numerous college campuses. He put up a stellar showing at Alabama’s summer camp, and the Crimson Tide and Nick Saban promptly extended an offer. He hauled in 33 receptions for 722 yards and six touchdowns in his final season. He was chosen for the first-team FHSAA 8A All-State squad and ranked fourth on the Florida Top 100 by the Orlando Sentinel. He was also given the opportunity to compete.
Cooper was a four-star talent by consensus. He was ranked as the 45th player overall by Rivals.com, and Rivals.com ranked him as the sixth wide receiver and the eighth player in Florida.  He was ranked by ESPNU as the nation’s seventh-best wide receiver and the number-46 overall talent in the ESPNU 150, as well as number 12 in Florida and 25th in the ESPNU Southeast Top 100.  247Sports.com, which placed him 55th in the Top247, regarded him as the state’s top player and the sixth-best wide receiver in Florida. In addition, Scout.com ranked him as the 86th overall prospect and the nation’s number 12 pass catcher.  Among other schools, he selected Alabama over Florida State, Miami, and Ohio State. Cooper made the University of Alabama aware of his verbal commitment.
Cooper participated in all 14 of Alabama’s games as a freshman, making starts in the final nine contests. With 59 receptions for 1,000 yards and 11 touchdowns, he led the squad. Al Lary’s record of 62 years in Alabama was surpassed by the 11 touchdowns. Julio Jones’ Alabama rookie marks for catches and receiving yards were surpassed by him. He had eight receptions for 128 yards and a touchdown in the 32-28 win over Georgia in the SEC Championship, including the game-winning score with three minutes remaining. Cooper led all Alabama receivers in the 2013 BCS National Championship Game with six catches for 105 yards and two scores. Alabama defeated Notre Dame 42-14. Cooper was chosen to the SEC All-Freshman team and received unanimous Freshman All-American recognition.
Cooper enjoys playing chess a lot. He was first enthralled by the game while attending an elementary school in northwest Miami, and as a football player, he compares his on-field play to chess tactics. He participated in Chess.com’s Blitz Champs, a fast-paced competition for NFL players, and finished second to Chidobe Awuzie.
Cooper has 13 receptions for 139 yards and two touchdowns in the first game of the regular season, a 31-29 road loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. His 13 receptions broke the previous record for the most by a Cowboys player in the first game of the season. Cooper caught eight catches for 122 yards and the game-winning score in a 20-16 road victory over the Minnesota Vikings in Week 8. Cooper missed Weeks 11 and 12 after a COVID-19 test was positive.
In 15 games and 14 starts, Cooper concluded the regular season of 2021 with 68 receptions for 865 yards and a career-high eight touchdowns (tied for the team lead). Cooper has six receptions for 64 yards and a score in the Wild Card Round matchup with the San Francisco 49ers.