|Real Name||Brandon Copeland|
|In Limelight||Buy My House (2022)|
Real Estate Agent.
|Birth Date||July 2, 1991.|
|Birth Place||Sykesville, Maryland.|
|Parents||Mother: Angela Hilton-Copeland.|
|Children||Son: Bryson Copeland.|
Son: Braylon Copeland.
Pounds: 263 lbs.
|Height||In feet: 6'3".|
In centimeters: 191 cm.
In meters: 1.91 m.
|University||University Of Pennsylvania.|
|Played For||New England Patriots.|
New York Jets.
|Television||Buy My Life.|
|Net worth||29.52 Million USD.|
Brandon Copeland (born July 2, 1991) is a 31-year-old professional football linebacker, most recently just selected by the Baltimore Ravens, but besides playing football, Brandon also gives investment advice and works as a real estate agent; that’s why in 2022, he entered the Netflix new real estate show, “Buy My House.”
If you like “Stark Tank” or are a real estate fan, this is the show for you. Here, homeowners from across America try to sell their property to four real-estate tycoons; it is unscripted and 6 episodes long, including the homeowners’ heartfelt back stories, all related to the property they are selling.
Early Life & Parents
Brandon Matthew Copeland, aka Brandon, was born in Sykesville, Maryland, to a single mom who made sure her child was given all the suitable life lessons; Brandon owes everything to his mother, Angela Hilton-Copeland, who works at Social Security Administration; and his high school coach for making him the person he is today, his father was never really in the picture, he was unreliable, alcoholic and was in and out of their lives.
Roy Hilton, a former Baltimore Colts defensive player, was his grandfather. Brandon attended Gilman School, where he participated in football, basketball, and track; during his senior year, he was voted captain of his team; he represented the winning squad of the 2006 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association after winning the National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award in 2008, he was also honored an Academic All-State team honoree all in the same year.
Copeland also played as the captain of the 2012 Ivy League championship for the University Of Pennsylvania, which later turned out to be the winning team that year. He completed his graduation from Wharton School, pursuing a Bachelor of science in economics.
Career in sports
At the beginning of his career, Brandon was first signed by the Baltimore Ravens on April 27, 2013, as an undrafted free agent and was later waived off after a few months. On October 8, 2013, Copeland signed with Tennessee Titans on their practice squad. After almost a month, he was released by the Titans’ practice squad on November 5, 2013, but was again re-assigned to the team’s practice squad after a few days; later, he signed a future contract with the Titans on December 31, 2013.
By 2015, he had already signed a one-year contract Detroit Lions; after the NFL Veterans Combine, Copeland, along with Ifeanyi Momah, were the only players to be offered contracts; the former, however, had to be ruled out due to a torn pectoral injury during the Lions’ first preseason in the year 2017.
A year later, he was signed with the New York Jets, where he played a total of 16 games; he was suspended for 4 games the following year due to violating the league’s policy on performance-enhancing substances; in 2019, he was reinstated and scored the highest 9 tackles against Miami Dolphins. Brandon went on to join New England Patriots, where he signed a $1.1 million contract in 2020; he later joined the Atlanta Falcons on a one-year basis.
Real Estate Career
Brandon had interned at an investment bank, UBS, for two summers while he was in college; he managed the finance of the travel management, then became a sales and trading analyst; after a while, Copeland founded the Cascade Advisory Group, an educational group that’s committed on giving out financial information with the help of partnering with clients who share the same vision, currently the president of this group along with a podcast of his own, “Money Music Culture,” where he talks about finance and how to manage it.
He also returned to the University Of Pennsylvania, where he taught financial literacy in a seminar. His achievements do not stop here, as this NFL linebacker got an opportunity to star in “Buy My House,” along with other real-estate tycoons like Pamela Liebman, Glenn Kelman, and Danisha Wrighster.
Love Life & Kids
Brandon Copeland is happily married to his long-time partner Taylor Destany Copeland, who attended the University Of Pennsylvania, where the couple first met each other. Taylor is the co-founder of Beyond the Basics Inc, and they tied the knot on January 27, 2018, and completed 4 years of marriage this year; the couple is blessed with 2 sons, Bryson Copeland and Braylon Copeland.
Brandon Copeland Q&A
Que: How old is Brandon Copeland?
Ans: He is 31 years old.
Que: What show does Brandon Copeland star in?
Ans: He is seen in “Buy My House.”
Que: What is Brandon Copeland’s height?
Ans: Copeland is 6 feet 3 inches tall.
Que: What is Brandon Copeland’s net worth?
Ans: 29.52 Million USD.
Que: Is Brandon Copeland on Instagram?
Ans: Yes (@bcope51).