1. Cooper Crook

    Cooper Crook

    Height: 6" 3' | Weight: 230lbs

    Class of 2024 | TN

    Long Snapper Rating:

    Kohl's Comments

    Crook competed at the Kohl’s Southern Showcase and snapped a quality football. During the charting portion of camp, he displayed impressive power for his age by finishing with an average snap time of .75 seconds. While attending the 2022 Kohl’s Future Stars Camp, Crook ended up finishing with the highest overall charting score. His smooth mechanics and frame have the staff very excited for his future as he continues to improve on his quickness of his pull from the beginning of his motion.

    Academics

      Ranking Camp Results

      MAY 22, 2022 SOUTHERN SPRING SHOWCASE CAMP

      JANUARY 15, 2022 FUTURE STARS INVITATIONAL

      December 19, 2021 Southern Winter Showcase

      Training Camp Results

      DateCamp
      02/26/2022Atlanta, GA - 2 Day Training Camp
      10/31/2021Nashville, TN Fall Assessment

      Weekly Game Stats

      Weekly stats for Cooper are unavailable at this time.

      Season Stats

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