Brayden Cosper is a 6-foot-3 205-pound wide receiver for Brigham Young University, recruited as part of the Class of 2018.
BYU summary: In two seasons at BYU (roster years 2019-2020), Cosper has played in 13 games (one start) and has four receptions for 36 yards (BYUcougars.com).
- 2022 (Junior).
- 2021 (Sophomore). Missed the season due to injury
- 2020 (COVID Sophomore). Played in 10 games (one start), had four receptions for 36 yards
- 2019 (Freshman). Played in three games before tearing meniscus again and having micro-fracture surgery.
- 2018 (Redshirt). Member of scout team. Injured part of season with a torn ACL and meniscus.
High School. Cosper prepped at Bingham High School (South Jordan, Utah), where in two seasons he played in 15 games and caught 53 passes for 976 yards and 10 touchdowns (MaxPreps). On defense he had 26 tackles (14 solo), with one quarterback hurry, five passes defended, one fumble recovery, and one interception. Bingham won state titles in Cosper’s junior and senior seasons. He also played on the basketball team.
Recruitment. Cosper was rated 3-stars by 247Sports (0.8204), who rated him the no. 17 overall prospect from Utah in the Class of 2018. He held scholarship offers from Air Force, Navy, Nevada, and Weber State with recruiting interest from Boise State, Utah, and Utah State. Cosper committed to BYU on June 21, 2017 and enrolled August 7, 2018.
Personal. Cosper’s father played soccer at Weber State.