It’s been a tumultuous six months for Quinn Cook. The jovial 6’1″ D.C. area native won a Gold medal for the USA 17 U team in Hamburg, Germany, suffered a partially torn meniscus after falling awkwardly at the end of an exhibition game for television, began attending a new school in rural Virginia, committed to defending National Champion Duke, and became the leader of the mythical number one high school team in the country, Oak Hill. After this weekend’s nationally televised loss to Milton HS of Georgia, a more somber Cook spoke briefly with Blue Devil Nation about his physical recovery, his transition to Oak Hill, his McDonald’s All-American aspirations, and which players he’s trying to recruit to Duke.
First of all, how’s your knee right now?
It’s a little sore, I mean, cold weather really makes it sore. I just wanted to try my best.
Are you close to a hundred percent?
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