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Michael Cook
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Walpole, MA

High School:
Walpole

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 318

Position:
OT

At BC
Wide-bodied member of the offensive line who could challenge for all-star honors this fall?a lock to be the starter at left tackle.

1999 Season
Earned a starting spot and kept it throughout the season?"Cookie" matured into a key member of a replenished BC offensive line following the loss of Doug Brzezinski, Dan Collins and Damien Woody?has a dedicated work ethic and has improved his strength.

1998 Season
Contributed to the offensive line in nine games, starting the last two games of the season (Pittsburgh and West Virginia)...saw most game action at left tackle.

1997 Season
Saw action at right tackle, but was sidelined with a knee injury for several weeks in mid-October.

1996 Season
Redshirted.

High School
A two-way lineman who earned All-America honors from USA Today, Tom Lemming's Prep Football Report and SuperPrep magazine...a member of Blue Chip Illustrated's Dream Team; the publication selected him as its top lineman in the East...led head coach Chuck Grant's Walpole High School team to the Bay State League title and the Eastern Massachusetts Division II Super Bowl crown...earned Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic honors...also earned all-star recognition from the Quincy Patriot Ledger and the Daily Transcript newspapers...made 88 tackles as a senior defensive lineman, while also capturing Walpole's Offensive Player of the Year honor...played in the 1996 Massachusetts Shriners Football Classic...a four-year hockey letterwinner who earned Bay State League all-star honors as a defenseman.

Personal
Michael Adams Cook, born June 23, 1978...enrolled in the School of Education, where he is an elementary education major...Michael and his three younger sisters are the children of Janet and Robert Cook.

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