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What makes you stand out as a future collegiate athlete?
1AA Player of the year football 2021, 1st team all region QB 2020, 2nd team all state baseball 2022, 1st team all region baseball 2021 and 2022
Cooper did it again his senior year, and proved why he is one of the top passers in the state of Georgia. The QB threw for over 2400 yards and just under 700 yards rushing on the year as well with a combined total of 35 touchdowns. What has always stood out when it comes to Cooper compared to his peers is his ability to make plays on the fly. The steady QB has good presence in the pocket and his acceleration to escape out of it makes him a constant threat to make plays as a rusher. Cooper’s running allows for him to get outside and find open receivers downfield, which is something he had to do frequently throughout the year. Impressively, Cooper only threw 3 interceptions on the year. He helped Worth County to another excellent season going 8-3. He absolutely raised the tides for the Rams the last few seasons as a starter and should be considered a legit impact player who has put up good numbers consistently while winning. Cooper certainly shows the composure and savviness to make plays. You have to love his ability to read the field, evade pass rushers, and find his receivers. Cooper is among the best in this recruiting class at that. He makes some really tough throws, standing tall in the pocket and firing footballs over the field with good velocity – in some cases really taking a big hit in the process. We are really big on Cooper and feel that though he lacks traditional size, his natural ability in the pocket makes him one of the more interesting dual-threat QB’s in this recruiting class.
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