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News and Analysis for Michigan State QB Connor Cook:
5/25: 2016 NFL Draft Spotlight via DB Senior Analyst Joe Marino:
If Cook is going to continue to make strides as a senior, he will have to do it without Jeremy Langford, the team’s leading rusher in 2013 and 2014. He will also be without Tony Lippett and Keith Mumphrey who were Cook’s two leading receivers in 2014. 1,693 of Cook’s 3,214 (52.6%) passing yards were tallied by the tandem of Lippett and Mumphrey. His supporting cast will be very different this season.
5/22: 2016 NFL Draft Quick Look: QBs via DB Analyst Chad Dinkins:
Cook decided to come back to college for his senior season despite many believing he was a first-round pick. But with holes in his game and questions still to be answered he choose to return.
5/18: Chris Ross’s Way-Too-Early 2016 NFL Draft Top 5 QB Rankings via DB Analyst Chris Ross:
Had he entered the 2015 draft, Connor Cook likely would have been a top-10 selection due to the dearth of talent at the position. Luckily for him, however, Cook still has a good chance at going in the top 10, and perhaps even the top five if he can put together another solid season for Michigan State.
Measurables coming soon!