Breaking News: Quinn Cook out 3-4 months with knee injury
Words. Jason Jordan
In the closing seconds of the Boost Mobile Elite 24 game at Venice Beach, Calif., last weekend, Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Va.) point guard Quinn Cook came down awkwardly on his right knee.
The freak accident will cost Cook, a senior who is ranked No. 25 in the new HSH national Top 50, three to four months.
“I’ll be back though,” Cook told HSH Tuesday night.
Cook, the All-Met Boys’ Basketball Player of the Year last season at DeMatha H.S. in Maryland, will undergo surgery on Friday to repair a “partial ACL tear,” and should return at some point in December or January.
No word yet on how the injury will affect his official visit schedule, which he was in the process of finalizing.
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