Pro Football Player - Wide Receiver
One thing people may not know is that you are a talented photographer. What got you interested in photography?
Photography sparked my interest when I met a great friend of mine, Scott Reither, in Hawaii. His work spoke to me years ago and ever since I’ve continued to learn through many different photographers. I would have to say my favorite thing to shoot is landscape. I love to travel, so being able to capture the beauty around me is important to me.
Sacramento, California native Brandin Cooks moved north to play for Oregon State where he became the second player in school history to win the Biletnikoff Award. The distinction is awarded to the most outstanding receiver in American collegiate football. Cooks went on to be drafted in the first round of the 2014 draft his Junior year of college. He then became the second player in league history to have a 1,000-yard receiving season with four different teams.
• Brandin played at Oregon State where he was named an All-American in 2013 & 2014
• Drafted in 2014 as a first round pick (20th overall)
• He has had 1,000-yard receiving season with four different teams -- a record he shares with Brandon Marshallfollow Brandin on Instagram