Behind The Player
Quinn Cook is a leader. At DeMatha High School (MD) he started as a freshman on the varsity team. Unheard of. As a junior, Quinn became the Washington Post ‘Metropolitan Player of the Year”. Hadn’t happened in 50 years. He went on to the prestigious basketball powerhouse Oak Hill Academy (VA), where he was a McDonald’s All-American while earning a spot on the USA Olympic team 3 years running. Next, Cook moved to Duke University, excelling in academics as a theater major and in athletics as a starting combo guard. He presented President Barack Obama with a Duke jersey at the White House, after leading Duke to an NCAA championship in 2015.
While winning on the court and in the classroom, Quinn toured the country, speaking and uplifting others with his insight on goal-setting, excellence, and winning with style and dignity. As a basketball persona, Quinn Cook moves on purpose. As a speaker and presenter, Quinn Cook moves in his purpose. In 2018, Cook won his first NBA Championship with the Golden State Warriors.
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