2013 Spring Team Most Improved WR
Fluid athlete who looks to make contributions as part of the receiving corp in his second year in the program ... Was able to take a redshirt season in 2012, and he'll look to make a push up the depth chart in fall drills, and he's coming off an impressive spring camp when he claimed the team's Most Improved Wide Receiver award ... Begins fall ball listed at No. 3 on the depth chart at the H-receiver position, and he could also factor into the depth on return units.
Two-way star who was a 1st-Team All-State defensive back and wide receiver as well as a special teams ace for the top team in Oklahoma's top division of Class 6A football ... Was named the Oklahoma 6A-3 Offensive Player of the Year while helping his team to a state championship runner-up finish ... Caught a touchdown in the 4th-quarter of the championship game which put his team in the lead, before they eventually dropped the game ... Led the state of Oklahoma with 8 interceptions as a senior (returning 3 for touchdowns), and he also blocked 4 kicks on special teams, while also returning two kickoffs and two punts for scores ... Caught 31 passes as a wideout for 647 yards and 7 touchdowns ... Rivals rated him as the No. 8 overall prospect at any position out of the state of Oklahoma in 2012, and also as the nation's No. 52 prospect at safety ... Also starred for Broken Arrow in track, where he took 2nd-place in the state in the 110-meter hurdles, and was also a district champion ... High school coach - Steve Spavital.
Parents - Rod & Lisa Copelin ... Lists weight lifting, Xbox Live and sleeping as his primary hobbies outside of football ... Plans to major in either Kinesiology or Sports Psychology at Mizzou ... Chose Mizzou over Houston and Iowa State, among others ... Lists the family atmosphere around the Tiger program, as well as Mizzou's move to the Southeastern Conference as major attractions to MU.