VILLANOVA: Good athlete with playmaking skills; Has the ability to play corner and safety; Should be a prominent member of the Wildcat secondary.
2006: Suffered a season-ending knee injury in week five at Hofstra; Started the four games he played in and had 13 tackles, one sack and one tackle for loss; Tallied one tackle, one tackle for loss and a sack at Central Florida; Registered five tackles versus Lehigh; Made seven tackles versus Massachusetts.
2005: Started all 11 games and had 55 tackles (third on team), three pass break-ups, one interception and one tackle for loss; Made two tackles in season opener at Rutgers; Tallied eight tackles in win over Northeastern; Registered four solo tackles versus Penn; Recorded five solo stops versus New Hampshire; Had five tackles and a pass break-up at Richmond; Made two solo tackles at Bucknell; Recorded four tackles and a pass break-up versus Rhode Island; Totaled six tackles against William & Mary; Had four tackles, an interception and a pass break-up at Towson; Credited with six total tackles at James Madison; Had eight tackles and a tackle for loss versus Delaware.
2004: Replaced the injured Raymond Ventrone and started the last seven games at safety and tallied 34 total tackles, one interception, one tackle for loss and one pass break-up; Recorded a pass break-up versus Penn; Registered eight tackles versus New Hampshire; Earned Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week honors on October 17 after his 11 tackle, one interception performance versus Richmond; Posted one solo stop versus Towson; Registered five tackles and a tackle for loss at Rhode Island; Had two solo tackles and three assisted stops at William & Mary; Made four solo tackles at Delaware.
Reading High School: Letterwinner in football, basketball and track; All-League performer as both a defensive back and a running back; First team Associated Press All-State selection as a senior; First team All-County selection and Defensive Back of the Year; Also the league Defensive Back of the Year; Second team All-County recognition as a running back; Nominated for Red Zone Player of the Year and was selected for the Big 33 Football Game; Named 2003-2004 Outstanding Male Track and Field Athlete and was also the Outstanding Winter Track Athlete; Sportsmanship Award winner and football and track academic honoree.
Personal: Human Services major; Second of three children of Leslie Cook and Deanne Bell; Father played college football at Morgan State and uncle played for both Morgan State and the San Diego Chargers; Born 5/29/86 in Reading, Pa.