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Professional Career


National Football League (NFL)

I was fortunate enough to extend my playing career post college as an undrafted free agent with the Cleveland Browns, and was a part of their rookie Mini-camp. While attending the camp, I was named “honorable mention camper” on day 2 of camp.  One writer quoted “Copeland caught everything thrown his way”.


 I attended the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine held in Baltimore, MD on 2/11/12.


-After performing drills and running routes from the above combine for the scouts, I was selected to attend the NFL's Super Regional Combine held at Ford Field in Detroit, MI. On 3/30-3/31/12, I attended the Super NFL Scouting Combine in front of 60+ representatives from all 32 teams.


-I also attended the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine held in Baltimore, MD on 3/23/13. T


Arena Football League (AFL)

Despite no luck with NFL teams, I was signed to the practice squad of the Philadelphia Soul for the playoffs of the 2008 Arena Football League season.  After playing seasons in the AF2 and IFL, I was invited onboard with the Tulsa Talons in 2011, where I played the entire season with the team.

 2011 Season

  • 103 Receptions

  • 1008 Yards

  • 15 Receiving TD's

  •  Special Teams

  • 15 Tackles

  • 9 Solo


Arena Football League 2 (AF2)

I attended the mini-camp of the Peoria Pirates in March of the 2009 season. I was released from the team at the end of camp due to insufficient roster space. In May 2009, I was called back to be a part of the Peoria Pirates. From May until mid June, I was just a practice player. In July, myself and many others were released by the team due to coaching staff changes. From my stint with the team, I played in just one game and recorded 3 catches for 34 yards. Once released from the Pirates in July, I was signed by the Tri-Cities Fever weeks later, for the remainder of the season. With the Fever, I tallyed up a total 41 passes for over 400 yards and 7 touchdowns in the last 5 games of the season.


Indoor Football League (IFL)

At the end of the 2009 AF2 season with the Fever, I was resigned to the team under new management with the Indoor Football League.  I participated the whole 2010 season with the Tri-Cities Fever where my accomplishments are as follows:

2010 Season

  • 68 Receptions

  • 779 Yards

  • 18 Receiving TD's

  • 3 Rushing TD's

  •  Special Teams

  • 14 Tackles

  • 7 Solo

College Career


College Football

My career at Bridgewater College stats were 127 receptions for 1,924 yards and 21 TD's. While in college, I managed to stack up many awards, records, and honors. In my 2004 and 2005 seasons, I was a part of the ODAC conference football championship. My college  career is as follows:

Bridgewater College Football Career Top 10 Lists

  • No. 2 in receiving yards with 1,924

  • No. 2 in receiving touchdowns with 21

  • No. 2 in receptions with 127

  • No. 6 in punt returns with 30

  • No. 7 in punt return yards with 293

  • No. 7 in yards per punt return at 9.77

  • No. 9 in yards per catch at 15.15

  • I hold the record for longest pass reception from scrimmage with a 99-yard reception against Wesley College (Delaware) (12/3/05). I also split a record for most receiving yards in a game against Randolph–Macon College (11/4/06) with 217 reception yards.


Track & Field

  I also have an extensive knowledge for Track and Field.  My knowledge dates back to my freshman year of high school.  While in college, my accomplishments were:

  • 2008 Old Dominion Athletic Conference champion (outdoor long jump)

  • 2008 Old Dominion Athletic Conference champion (outdoor 4x100 meter relay)

  • 2008 Old Dominion Athletic Conference champion (indoor long jump)

  • 2007 Old Dominion Athletic Conference champion (indoor long jump)

  • 2006 All-American (long jump)

  • 2006 Old Dominion Athletic Conference champion (outdoor long jump)




I currently reside in Greensboro, NC where I engage in training others to reach specific and desired goals.

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