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Quinn Cook

Name: Quinn Cook

Overall Rank: #16

Position (Rank): Point Guard (#5)

College: Duke

High School: Oak Hill Academy (Virginia)

Height: 6’1

Weight: 180

Evaluation: Cook is a very nifty passer who has great floor vision. He is excellent at creating scoring opportunities for his teammates and is a great finisher when he gets in the lane. He is very good at penetrating and kicking out (which is perfect for Coach K’s offense) and is fast and quick. Cook’s intangibles are also all there being widely considered as a tremendous leader and having a great basketball IQ. He has developed a very nice three-point stroke as well and has consistently shown that he can be a go-to scorer when needed. Some areas Cook needs to work include his strength and shot selection. A nice quality about him is that he can handle defensive pressure well and apply it himself when he’s on defense. He should be a very good point guard at Duke and will excel even as a freshman next year.

Notes: Committed to Duke in November, 2010; Former Duke star Nolan Smith is his god-brother

Awards: 2011 McDonald’s All-American

Stats: Senior year– 19.1 ppg, 10.9 apg and 2.5 steals

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  1. […] for the Warriors since Oak Hill lost class of 2011 McDonald’s All-American point guard Quinn Cook (#16 — Duke) to graduation. Smith-Rivera has made a smooth transition from shooting guard to […]

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