Shanterria Cobb: Fact about DeAndre Hopkins’s siblings

Shanterria Cobb

Shanterria Cobb is the younger sister of DeAndre Rashaun Hopkins, an American football player. Hopkins attended D. W. Daniel High School in Central, South Carolina, where he participated in the Lions’ football, basketball, and track and field teams. Shanterria and her three siblings were raised by their single parent, Sabrina Greenlee.

Shanterria Cobb: Bio Summary

Full nameShanterria Cobb
Date of birth1998
Age25 years old as of 2023
Sex Female
ProfessionBasketball player
Famous asThe sister of DeAndre Hopkins
ParentSabrina Greenlee, Harris Steve Hopkins
UnclesTerry Smith
SiblingsDeAndre Hopkins, Marcus Greenlee, Kesha Smith
ChildrenFour children
Net worthUnknown

Who is Shanterria Cobb?

Shanterria Cobb is the younger sister of DeAndre Hopkins, an American football wide collector. Shanterria Cobb was born and raised by her single mother, Sabrina Greenlee. Her father, Harris Steve dead in a car accident. Her actual birthdate and place is unknown since she hid her personal information from the public. Shanterria has three siblings DeAndre Hopkins, Marcus Greenlee, and Kesha Smith. Shanterria hails from a sporting family, and all three of his siblings are involved in sports.

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Shanterria Cobb attended D. W. Daniel High School in Central, South Carolina.

What did Shanterria Cobb do?

Shanterria Cobb plays basketball. She is a basketball player at Texas Southern University. In the spring of 2016, she signed a letter of intent to attend the school. During her career at Daniel High School, she was named to the all-region basketball team three times.

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DeAndre Hopkin’s career

DeAndre Hopkins was born on June 6, 1992. He is an American football wide receiver for the Tennessee Titans of the National Football League (NFL). He attended Clemson University and was drafted in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft by the Houston Texans. Hopkins has five Pro Bowl appearances and has been named to five All-Pro teams. He also played for the Arizona Cardinals.

His siblings are all active in sports. Macuss’ mother’s uncle, Terry Smith played wide receiver at Clemson and went undrafted before having a brief professional career.

Hopkins attended D. W. Daniel High School in Central, South Carolina, where he participated in football, basketball, and track and field for the Lions athletic teams. During his high school football career, Hopkins had 57 receptions for 1,266 yards and 18 touchdowns on offense, 28 interceptions, and five scores on defense.

He attended Clemson’s pro day on March 7, 2013. At the conclusion of the predraft process, NFL draft analysts and scouts predicted Hopkins to be a first- or second-round choice. He was ranked third among wide receiver prospects by draft expert Josh Norris, fourth among wide receivers by Sports Illustrated, and fifth among wide receivers by and NFL analyst Mike Mayock.

Hopkins made his NFL debut in the Texans’ season-opening 31-28 victory over the San Diego Chargers. The Texans were behind 28-7 at one point in the game. Hopkins had five receptions for 55 yards.

Hopkins came back as a starting wide receiver opposite Andre Johnson to begin the 2014 season under new head coach Bill O’Brien. Hopkins was firmly entrenched as the team’s top receiver to begin the 2015 season after veteran Andre Johnson left the Texans in free agency to join the Indianapolis Colts.

Hopkins announced on July 30, 2016, that he was holding out for a new contract, but he did not report to training camp. Hopkins was fined $6,076 on September 15, 2016, for wearing inappropriate cleats with his shoes, which were identified as Kanye West’s Yeezy 350 Boosts.

On August 31, 2017, Hopkins and the Houston Texans agreed to a five-year, $81 million contract, including $49 million in guaranteed compensation and a $7.5 million signing bonus.

At the end of the 2019 season, Hopkins had 104 receptions for 1,165 yards and seven receiving touchdowns. His teammates ranked him eighth on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2020 list.

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What is her Ethnicity

Her ethnicity is African-American.

What happened to DeAndre Hopkins’s mom, Sabrina Greenlee?

Sabrina Greenlee had a boiling mixture of lye and bleach thrown on her body by Savannah Grant, a woman her boyfriend had an affair with on July 20, 2002. The attack caused her skin to peel off her neck, face, and back, leaving her blind. Her partner picked her up, put her in his car, and drove her to a local petrol station.

Greenlee was brought to the hospital by ambulance and then airlifted to Augusta, Georgia, where she underwent skin graft surgery on her face and was placed in a medically induced coma for three weeks. More than 17% of Greenlee’s torso was destroyed by fire.

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Shanterria’s parents: Meet Sabrina Greenlee and Harris Steve Hopkins

Her mother, Sabrina, had already been in two relationships and had two children, Kesha Smith and Marcus Greenlee, before marrying her father, Harris.

Shanterria was raised in South Carolina by a single mother, Sabrina Greenlee, along with her sister and two brothers.

Sabrina married Shanterria’s father, Harris Steve Hopkins, in 1989, after a previous relationship. Sabrina and Harris Steve Hopkins married and have two children, DeAndre Hopkins, and Shanterria Cobb, together.

 Sabrina was thrown a boiling concoction of lye and bleach by the lady she discovered with her cheating partner in July 2002. The attack caused her skin to peel off her neck, face, and back, leaving her blind.

Because of this tragedy, she was unable to provide the life she desired for her children, so Hopkins’ uncle took responsibility and assisted them throughout.

Hopkins’ father, Harris Steve Hopkins, was just 25 years old when the entire family was involved in an accident while returning from Atlanta in 1992, he died of his injuries and left for his heavenly home at a young age.

The incident occurred in November 1992, when DeAndre’s parents were driving back to their house in Georgia after visiting other family members in Atlanta.

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Shanterria Cobb has three siblings, she is the youngest of the three siblings. She has two brothers and a sister, DeAndre Hopkins, Marcus Greenlee, and Kesha Smith.

She has two older half-siblings, Marcus and Kesha from her mother a previous relationship.

Kesha Smith received her bachelor’s degree from Southern Wesleyan University. She moved to Houston in 2014 and has since worked as a basketball coach and tight end with the Houston Energy of the Independent Women’s Football League.

Marcus Greenlee competed in basketball and football in high school. Marcus hails from a sporting family. Marcus and his brother DeAndre have good memories of playing football together since their high school days.

Net worth

Shanterria Cobb’s estimated net worth is unknown. However, her brother, DeAndre Hopkins has a net worth of $40 million.

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