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Username Post: New Commit        (Topic#23188)
Dr. V 
PhD Student
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Reg: 11-21-04
07-13-19 08:13 AM - Post#285840    

Supreme Cook, yes, that’s really his name, a 6’8” PF from NJ from the class of 2020 has committed according to several sources on the Net.

Masters Student
Posts: 564

Reg: 12-26-04
Re: New Commit
07-13-19 01:32 PM - Post#285842    
    In response to Dr. V

Supreme Cook is 6'8 200lbs. His strength is toughness and rebounding with a developing mid-range game. He played last year at St. Benedict's and will do a post grad year at Peddie. He played AAU with the NJ Roadrunners

Below are various posts about him. Some may require an Instagram account.

(Video, scroll down to St Benedict's game, Cook is #35 in white): https://jerseysportszone.com/watch-sunday-1-6-jsz- ...

https://www.instagram.com/njroadrunners/p/BdlhB E7l...

https://twitter.com/nj_roadrunners/status /99185369...

https://www.facebook.com/NjRoadrunnersU1415161 7/ph...



Masters Student
Posts: 564

Reg: 12-26-04
Re: New Commit
07-14-19 01:44 PM - Post#285866    
    In response to hoopsfan

From NJ Hoops 7/14/19

6 foot 9 recent St. Benedict's grad Supreme Cook has made his college pick.

Cook has decided to attend Columbia after a prep school year.

Last season he was named NJHoops.com 2nd Team All State Independent/Prep, NJHoops.com All Post Scorers Team, NJHoops.com All Rebounder 1st Team.

Last off season he was named All Tournament at Hoop Group Spring Jam Fest, All Tournament at Elevate Memorial Day Hoop Fest and a Top 20 All Star at Hoop Group Elite 1

He spent his first three seasons at East Orange. As a junior he averaged 18 ppg. The coaches chose him All SEC Liberty 1st Team.

As a sophomore he went for 10 ppg.

He was ranked among NJHoops.com top 12 players in the Class of 2019

Chet Forte 
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Reg: 03-02-08
07-14-19 05:21 PM - Post#285871    
    In response to hoopsfan

Interesting point about PG year for Cook. It used to be common in Ivy football to do a PG year (Harvard for example used Exeter for this purpose) but not so much in basketball. Now it is unusual to see football PGs but it seems pretty commonplace in basketball.

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